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Four German Black Pied calves, 3 months old, were each immunized s.c. with 100 000 autologous lymphocytes, infected by being cultured in the presence of T. annulata sporozoites. They developed only mild illness when exposed to infected Hyalomma anatolicum ticks, but remained carriers of the...

Rothert-Weber, M.
Fachbereich Veterinärmedizin, Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany
Untersuchungen zur zellvermittelten Immunität bei Theileria annulata-(Dschunkowsky und Luhs, 1904) infizierten Kälbern., 1990, pp 72 pp.