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Abstract

In October/November, 1993, three groups, each of six cattle of 4-5 months of age, were immunized with a 100 µg dose of a 34 kDa polypeptide, a 45 kDa polypeptide, or a T. sergenti merozoite vaccine (protein content 100 µg/dose) with aluminium hydroxide; booster doses were given 3-4 months later....

Author(s)
Baek, B. K.; Jung, J. M.; Kim, B. S.
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research, 1996, 36, 2, pp 453-461
Abstract

In studies on Cheju Island, Korea Republic, the level of Theileria sergenti parasitaemia in immunized Korean Native cattle (T. sergenti blood vaccine) was less than that in non-immunized cattle. Immunization prevented reductions in PCV and RBC and increased daily weight gain (0.25 kg compared with...

Author(s)
Kim, D. C.; Oh, W. Y.; Kim, H. S.; Hyun, K. J.; Kang, Y. B.
Citation
RDA Journal of Agricultural Science, Livestock, 1993, 35, 1, pp 579-585
Abstract

Eight cattle not exposed before to Theileria were inoculated S/c with 1 ml of whole blood from cattle containing 0.5% r.b.c. infected with an unspecified Theileria. The r.b.c. count of the cattle began to decline about 50 days after inoculation and then to increase again about 120 days after...

Author(s)
Jeon, Y.; Lee, S. K.; Lee, B. D.
Citation
Research Reports of the Office of Rural Development, Korea. Veterinary Series, 1973, 15, pp 53-61