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The efficacy of triclabendazole (Fasinex) against natural infections with F. gigantica was evaluated in a field study using 102 Indonesian cattle. The animals were divided into 2 groups; one received triclabendazole at 12 mg/kg orally every 8 weeks for 1 year while the other remained untreated....

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Suhardono; Widjajanti, S.; Stevenson, P.; Carmichael, I. H.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1991, 23, 4, pp 217-220
Abstract

The epidemiology of Fasciola gigantica infection in buffaloes and cattle in Northeast Thailand is discussed. The average prevalence of the disease is 15.7% in cattle and 25.4% in buffaloes. A fascioliasis control strategy is outlined.

Author(s)
Srikitjakarn, L.; Pholpark, M.; Leidl, K.; Loehr, K. F.; Hoerchner, F.
Citation
Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1988, 18, 1, pp 9-22
Abstract

Lymnaea auricularia race rufescens and L. luteola were shown to transmit Fasciola gigantica in the Koshi hills of Nepal. In the Hattikharka panchayat, the highest numbers of snails occurred immediately after the end of the monsoon. Mature F. gigantica infections in the snails were detected from May ...

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Morel, A. M.; Mahato, S. N.
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Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1987, 19, 1, pp 33-38
Abstract

In China, yearling Chinese yellow cattle and water buffalo free of Schistosoma japonicum (but infected with Fasciola hepatica, Fischoederius elongatus and nematodes) were immunized with 1 or 2 intradermal or intramuscular injections of 10 000, 60Co irradiated S. japonicum cercariae with 30 days...

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Li Hsu, S. Y.; Xu, S. T.; He, Y. X.; Shi, F. H.; Shen, W.; Hsu, H. F.; Osborne, J. W.; Clarke, W. R.
Citation
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1984, 33, 5, pp 891-898
Abstract

Temperature and relative humidity of straw bundles stored in attics of barns and plastic greenhouses were monitored with the aim of controlling the infectivity of Fasciola metacercariae.

Author(s)
Abu, M.; Shiramizu, K.
Citation
Yamaguchi Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1985, No.12, pp 89-96
Abstract

In the Primorsk Territory, USSR, hexachloroparaxylene at 0.5 g/kg body-weight was given to cattle infected with Fasciola, Dicrocoelium and paramphistomes. The treatment was 100% effective against fascioliasis and greatly reduced both prevalence and intensity of the other 2 infections. Bithionol at...

Author(s)
Nadykto, M. V.
Citation
Trudy Irkutskoi i Primorskoi Nauchno-Issledovatel'skoi Veterinarnoi Stantsii, 1978, No.4, pp 88-94
Abstract

A 3-year plan to establish an area free of fascioliasis was conducted in Tsubonuma district, Sendai City, Japan. The initial Fasciola-positive rate determined by Taira's technique was 48.5%. The rate decreased to 20.4, 17.3 and 13.5% two, 2.5 and 3 years after the use of control measures...

Author(s)
Kawamura, Y.; Sato, Y.; Taira, N.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association (Nihon Jui Shikai Zasshi), 1982, 35, 10, pp 576-579

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