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Cattle were infected by s/c or i/v inoculation of 107 tissue culture lymphoblasts containing macro-schizonts of Th. parva. The infection produced went through the complete life cycle. Inoculation of 109 infected cells produced fatal disease in two cattle. Most cattle receiving 105-109 cells had...

Author(s)
Brown, C. G. D.; Malmquist, W. A.; Cunningham, M. P.; Radley, D. E.; Burridge, M. J.
Publisher
Washington,
Citation
Proceedings 2nd int. Conger. Parasit., 1970, 4, pp 59-60
Abstract

Cattle were infected by s/c or i/v inoculation of 107 tissue culture lymphoblasts containing macro-schizonts of Th. parva. The infection produced went through the complete life cycle. Inoculation of 109 infected cells produced fatal disease in two cattle. Most cattle receiving 105-109 cells had...

Author(s)
Cunningham, M. P.; Brown, C. G. D.; Purnell, R. E.; Radley, D. E.; Burridge, M. J.; Musoke, A. J.; Sempebwa, C.
Publisher
Washington,
Citation
Proceedings 2nd int. Conger. Parasit., 1970, 4, pp 61
Abstract

Cattle were infected by s/c or i/v inoculation of 107 tissue culture lymphoblasts containing macro-schizonts of Th. parva. The infection produced went through the complete life cycle. Inoculation of 109 infected cells produced fatal disease in two cattle. Most cattle receiving 105-109 cells had...

Author(s)
Cunningham, M. P.; Brown, C. G. D.; Purnell, R. E.; Musoke, A. J.; Burridge, M. J.
Publisher
Washington,
Citation
Proceedings 2nd int. Conger. Parasit., 1970, 4, pp 60
Abstract

Two Indian water buffalo, experimentally infected with T. lawrencie (Serengeti) by inoculation of stabilate material, died from acute theileriosis. Macroschizonts were first detected in both buffalo in the peripheral lymph node regional to the site of inoculation 8 days later. No microschizonts...

Author(s)
Burridge, M. J.; Odeke, G. M.
Citation
Experimental Parasitology, 1973, 34, No.2, pp 257-261
Abstract

Previous conferences on the same theme were held in Edinburgh in 1973, West Berlin in 1976 and Nairobi in 1980. The main topics are trypanosomiasis, African swine fever, dermatophilosis, swine fever, anaplasmosis, pest of small ruminants, theileriosis, brucellosis, cowdriosis (heartwater), poultry...

Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 1984, 2, pp x + 629pp.
Abstract

The Theileriidae of East African wild mammals are reviewed. Captured buffalo (Syncerus caffer), blue wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) and eland (Taurotragus oryx), were all found to be naturally infected with Theileria species. The transmissibility and pathogenicity of their theilerial infections ...

Author(s)
Burridge, M. J.
Citation
Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 1975, 11, No.1, pp 68-72

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