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A study was carried out to determine the prevalence of haemoparasites in cattle in Cauvery delta region over a period of one year. A total of 228 giemsa stained blood smears were screened for the presence of haemoprotozoa, out of which 34 animals were found to be positive. An overall prevalence of...

Author(s)
Jayalakshmi, K.; Sasikala, M.; Veeraselvam, M.; Venkatesan, M.; Yogeshpriya, S.; Ramkumar, P. K.; Selvaraj, P.; Vijayasarathi, M. K.
Publisher
Springer, New Delhi, India
Citation
Journal of Parasitic Diseases, 2019, 43, 2, pp 308-312
Abstract

Ticks and tick-borne diseases (TTBDs) are considered major causes of economic loss in the livestock sector which incur an annual control cost estimated at US$ 498.7 million in India. Among these diseases, babesiosis, theileriosis and anaplasmosis are listed among the top ten livestock diseases in...

Author(s)
Pradeep, R. K.; Murikoli Nimisha; Sruthi, M. K.; Pakideery Vidya; Amrutha, B. M.; Kurbet, P. S.; Kumar, K. G. A.; Anju Varghese; Deepa, C. K.; Dinesh, C. N.; Leena Chandrasekhar; Juliet, S.; Pradeepkumar, P. R.; Chintu Ravishankar; Srikant Ghosh; Reghu Ravindran
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2019, 118, 2, pp 617-630
Abstract

Background: Piroplasmosis is an important animal disease that is a major constraint to the development of the livestock industry, often resulting in significant economic losses. Therefore, there is an urgent need to further understand the etiology of this and other tick-borne infections. Methods:...

Author(s)
Hassan, M. A.; Liu JunLong; Rashid, M.; Iqbal, N.; Guan GuiQuan; Yin Hong; Luo JianXun
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Parasites and Vectors, 2018, 11, 457, pp (7 August 2018)
Abstract

Theileriosis is a disease of domesticated animals in tropical and subtropical countries and causes significant reductions in livestock productivity. The arid region of Punjab in Pakistan is notorious for the presence of the vector tick (Acari: Ixodidae) and tick-borne diseases, such as theileriosis ...

Author(s)
Hassan, M. A.; Liu, J.; Sajid, M. S.; Rashid, M.; Mahmood, A.; Abbas, Q.; Guan GuiQuan; Yin Hong; Luo JianXun
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 2018, 9, 4, pp 1002-1005
Abstract

Theileriosis, babesiosis and anaplasmosis are the important tick-borne haemoparasitic diseases (TBHDs) of ruminants, mostly prevalent in the tropics and subtropics, pose a substantial economic losses to dairy industry particularly in developing countries. Here we have discussed the prevalence and...

Author(s)
Anita Ganguly; Bisla, R. S.; Harpreet Singh; Vandna Bhanot; Ankit Kumar; Sonu Kumari; Maharana, B. R.; Indrajit Ganguly
Publisher
Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2017, 87, 5, pp 552-557
Abstract

Livestock in India is an integral component for the livelihood resource of poor farmers. Majority of the milk production in India is contributed by the small and marginal farmers who are very prone to face brunt of undesirable's effects of climate change. Change in climate affects the livestock in...

Author(s)
Jayshri Nema; Hema Tripathi
Publisher
Indian Society of Animal Production and Management, Karnal, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Production and Management, 2014, 30, 1/2, pp unpaginated
Abstract

Theileria annulata was successfully transmitted between crossbred calves through nymphs and adult stages of Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum. Attempts to transmit the parasite through Rhipicephalus haemaphysaloides and Amblyomma integrum were not successful.

Author(s)
Harikrishnan, T. J.; Joseph, S. A.; Anandan, R.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 2000, 77, 5, pp 382-384
Abstract

25 serum samples from calves known to be infected with Theileria annulata, uninfected, or infected with Babesia bigemina or Trypanosoma evansi were tested with a capillary tube agglutination test for Theileria annulata. 12 sera tested positive, including 8 from animals known to be infected; of the...

Author(s)
Sundar, N.; Balasundaram, S.; Anandan, R.
Citation
Cheiron, 1998, 27, 1/2, pp 13-14
Abstract

29 crossbred calves, 7-10 days old, from different farms in the Punjab, India, were injected intramuscularly with buparvaquone (Butalex) at a dose of 1 ml per 20 kg body weight and allowed free access to natural Theileria annulata-infected premises. During 16 months of observation, none of them...

Author(s)
Jasmer Singh; Gill, B. S.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 1998, 12, 1, pp 60-61
Abstract

The efficacy of medium RPMI-1640 (supplied by Gibco, Centron or Hi-media) supplemented with horse, donkey, sheep or goat sera for in vitro propagation of Theileria annulata-infected bovine mononuclear cells was evaluated by observing growth (in the number of cells per ml) and viability over 5 days. ...

Author(s)
Nichani, A. K.; Sharma, R. D.; Sarup, S.
Citation
Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 1997, 35, 11, pp 1175-1181

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