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Abstract

The results of investigations on Echinococcus, carried out in Yakutiya, Russia, are reported. The parasite was found in 50 (48.7%) of 104 wolves (4 were infected with both E. granulosus and E. multilocularis) and in over 40% of (mainly hunting) dogs. Metacestodes were found in 64.8% of 54 elks (...

Author(s)
Isakov, S. I.; Safronov, M. G.; Ivanova, R. N.
Citation
Veterinariya (Moskva), 1993, No.9, pp 36-39
Abstract

E. granulosus infections in dogs in the Yakutsk region (USSR) are infrequent and only 0.02% of 17 000 cattle examined in recent years were infected. However, 1.02% of 11 000 reindeer in the region and 14 of 641 reindeer and 71.4% of wolves within the Bulunsk district were infected, suggesting that...

Author(s)
Safronov, M. G.; Isakov, S. I.
Citation
Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel'mintologii im. K.I. Skryabina, 1984, No.37, pp 58-59
Abstract

In Yakutiya, USSR, 252 (36.8%) of 685 commercial white foxes [Alopex lagopus] were found infected with Echinococcus multilocularis, often with several thousand cestodes/fox. Infection was present throughout the year. In wild foxes, the rate of infection was 56.7% in males and 47.7% in females....

Author(s)
Isakov, S. I.
Citation
Parazitologiya, 1982, 16, 4, pp 330-333
Abstract

Ova from cestodes recovered from dogs infected with hydatids from Rangifer tarandus in Yakutiya, USSR, were not infective to cattle but young R. tarandus became infected and small hydatids were recovered, 9 months after infection, from the lungs and other organs. Cysts from the brain contained...

Author(s)
Safronov, M. G.; Isakov, S. I.
Citation
Nauchno-Tekhnicheskiĭ Byulleten' VASKhNIL, Sibirskoe OtdelenieNauchno-Tekhnicheskiĭ Byulleten' VASKhNIL, Sibirskoe Otdelenie (Infektsionnye i invazionnye bolezni zhivotnykh Yakutii)., 1982, No. 9, pp 29-31