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"VIEV" cell-culture vaccine against Theileria annulata was inoculated into 14 Black Pied cattle aged 7-8 months or 2 years. The postvaccinal reaction was most severe (though not dangerous) in the older cattle, but parasitaemia remained low.
There was no diferrence in the response of calves of the...

Author(s)
Zablotskii, V. T.
Citation
Trudy, Vsesoyuznyĭ Instituta Ėksperimental'noĭ Veterinarii, 1988, 66, pp 62-75
Abstract

The reaction to vaccine injected s.c. was more severe in 8 Black Pied cattle aged 2 years than in 6 calves of the same breed aged 7-8 months. There was no difference between 25 calves, aged 8-9 months, of Black-Pied, Latvian Brown, Bushuevski and Estonian Red breeds in their response to vaccination.

Author(s)
Zablotskii, V. T.
Citation
Trudy, Vsesoyuznyĭ Institut Ėksperimental'noĭ Veterinarii, 1988, 66, pp 62-67, 67-75
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Author(s)
Zablotskiĭ, V. T.; Stepanova, N. I.; Mutuzkina, Z. P.
Citation
Trudy, Vsesoyuznyĭ Institut Ėksperimental'noĭ Veterinarii, 1989, No. 67, pp 73-77
Abstract

Several species of Theileria and their associated tick vectors are responsible for bovine theileriosis in the USSR. 30-90% of infected animals die. Chemotherapy against theileriosis has not been successful and the use of acaricides has provoked the development of resistance in ticks and problems...

Author(s)
Stepanova, N. I.; Zablotskii, V. T.
Citation
Revue Scientifique et Technique, Office International des Épizooties, 1989, 8, 1, pp 89-92
Abstract

VIEV cell culture vaccine against Theileria annulata was inoculated subcutaneously into 7 Black Pied bulls, 8-10 or 15-19 months old. Immunity, tested by placing infective Hyalomma detritum ticks on the cattle, lasted at least 3.5 years.

Author(s)
Zablotskii, V. T.
Citation
Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental'noi Veterinarii, 1983, 57, pp 56-61
Abstract

Five strains of Theileria annulata obtained from the Azerbaijan, Tadzhik, Uzbek, Dagestan and Karakalpak Republics were propagated in monolayer cultures of fibroblasts and lymphoid cells from calves infected with the parasite. The number of serial passages required to attenuate the strains varied...

Author(s)
Stepanova, N. I.; Zablotskii, V. T.; Rasulov, I. Kh.
Citation
Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental'noi Veterinarii, 1982, 56, pp 10-18
Abstract

The work of the author and others on immunization of cattle against theileriasis is reviewed. Theileria annulata schizonts grown in vitro in cultures of bovine thymus, lymphatic and spleen tissue lost their original virulence but retained their immunogenic properties and conferred a high degree of...

Author(s)
Zablotskii, V. T.
Publisher
"KOLOS"., Moscow, USSR
Citation
Arakhnozy i protozoinye bolezni sel'skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh. (Nauchnye Trudy VASKhNIL)., 1977, pp 121-139
Abstract

Four series of leukocyte cultures were obtained from a calf experimentally infected with Theileria annulata, frozen to -196 deg C, in a protective medium consisting of 15% bovine serum, 10% glycerol and 75% lactalbumin hydrolysate. The freezing was done slowly down to -70 deg C, and the frozen...

Author(s)
Stepanova, N. I.; Zablotskii, V. T.
Citation
Byulleten Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental'noi Veterinarii, 1977, 31, pp 21-23
Abstract

Large scale tests with live vaccines of Theileria annulata proved that vaccinated cattle are unlikely to contract theileriasis. 60 bullocks which had received subcutaneous injections of 2 ml of live vaccine were turned on to badly infested pastures along with 15 controls. 3 months later 6 of the...

Author(s)
Stepanova, N. I.; Zablotskii, V. T.; Mutuzkina, Z. P.; Rasulov, I. Kh.; Umarov, I. S.; Tukhtaev, B. T.
Citation
Veterinariya, Moscow, 1977, No.3, pp 69-70

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