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Live attenuated vaccines are used to combat tropical theileriosis in North Africa, the Middle East, India, and China. The attenuation process is empirical and occurs only after many months, sometimes years, of in vitro culture of virulent clinical isolates. During this extensive culturing,...

Author(s)
Echebli, N.; Mhadhbi, M.; Chaussepied, M.; Vayssettes, C.; Santo, J. P. di; Darghouth, M. A.; Langsley, G.
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA
Citation
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 2014, 8, 11, pp e3183
Abstract

Tropical theileriosis, a tick borne disease of cattle caused by the protozoan Theileria annulata, was widely distributed in northern China causing great economical losses before the 1980's. In the 1960's blood passaging, irradiation and in vitro culture of parasite were used for the development of...

Author(s)
Yin Hong; Luo JianXun; Lu WenShun
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Vaccine, 2008, 26, Supplement 6, pp G11-G13
Abstract

This special issue, inclusive of 9 papers, addresses the veterinary use of attenuated vaccines for animal infectious diseases, such as theileriosis, ehrlichiosis, foot and mouth disease, Babesia bovis infection, and Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum infestation.

Author(s)
Seitzer, U.; Ahmed, J.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Vaccine, 2008, 26, Supplement 6, pp G1-G53
Abstract

A review is given of 40 years of research on the prevention and treatment of Theileria annulata infection of cattle in China. In 1956-1957, primaquine phosphate was found to be an effective drug for the elimination of gametocytes of T. annulata. An attenuated strain of virulent parasites was...

Author(s)
Zhang, Z. H.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1997, 70, 1/3, pp 77-81
Abstract

A gelatin-protected, schizont cell vaccine against tropical theileriosis was developed in China. The vaccine was administered to over 3 400 000 cattle in 13 provinces of northern China between 1984 and 1996. The vaccine was 100% safe and had an effective rate of protection of 99.8%. The immunity...

Author(s)
Song ShiRong
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1997, 29, 4 (supplement), pp 101S-103S
Abstract

Eight cattle, including 4 from a safe area and 4 from an epizootic area of China, were divided into 3 groups. The first (vaccinated) and the 3rd (control) groups each consisted of 2 clinically healthy, haemosporidia-free cattle. Each animal of the first group was inoculated with 5 ml (containing 2...

Author(s)
Liu, Z. Y.; Ma, Y. L.; Ma, L. T.
Citation
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology, 1986, No.10, pp 5-8
Abstract

A report of the last conference which would take place under these auspices, as the functions of the various Standing Research Committees were to be taken over by the East African Advisory Council for Agriculture, Animal Industry & Forestry. Summaries of the discussions of the various items on the...

Author(s)
ANON.
Citation
East African Agricultural Journal, 1948, 14, pp 58-65
Abstract

The author summarizes the views which have been held regarding the identity or otherwise of the bacilliform and ring-shaped intra-corpuscular parasites which are responsible for fatal diseases in bovines in the countries bordering on the Mediterranean.
The author's own investigations have been...

Author(s)
Brumpt, E.
Publisher
Masson, Paris, France
Citation
Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee, 1923, 1, 1, pp 16-53
Abstract

The discussion of the above question, following as it does the foregoing articles, is of particular interest and is quoted at some length.
i. RUPPERT'S CRITICISMS. SCHERN'S conception that there are carriers of rinderpest arises from a single positive transmission experiment. A bullock was...

Author(s)
RUPPEET, F.
Citation
Do "Carriers" of Rinderpest exist ?.,

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