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Between 1959 and 1996, research was performed to change a vaccine against babesiosis in Australia and to improve it as actual or threatened untoward field responses became apparent. The most significant change occurred in 1964 with the traditionally used carriers of Babesia being replaced as...

Author(s)
Callow, L. L.; Dalgliesh, R. J.; Vos, A. J. de
Citation
International Journal for Parasitology, 1997, 27, 7, pp 747-767
Abstract

Monoclonal antibodies, directed against a 58-kDa Babesia bigemina merozoite antigen that reacted strongly in Western blots with immune sera from experimentally and naturally infected cattle, were used to develop a competitive-inhibition ELISA. The ELISA was used to test 70 antibody-positive sera...

Author(s)
Molloy, J. B.; Bowles, P. M.; Jeston, P. J.; Bruyeres, A. G.; Bowden, J. M.; Bock, R. E.; Jorgensen, W. K.; Blight, G. W.; Dalgliesh, R. J.
Citation
Parasitology Research, 1998, 84, 8, pp 651-656
Abstract

Babesiosis in Africa is usually caused by Babesia bovis and/or B. bigemina. Their distribution follows the tick vectors Boophilus microplus, B. geigyi, B. decoloratus and/or Rhipicephalus evertsi evertsi. The prevalence of clinical disease in a locality depends on transmission rates. Enzootically...

Author(s)
Vos, A. J. de; Jorgensen, W. K.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Tick vector biology: medical and veterinary aspects., 1992, pp 159-174
Abstract

Recent advances in immunology and biotechnology have stimulated much research on the control of parasitic diseases through vaccination. This is a review of the state of the art regarding important protozoan and arthropod veterinary parasites. A live oocyst vaccine for avian coccidiosis is still in...

Author(s)
Barriga, O. O.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1994, 55, 1/2, pp 29-55
Abstract

The report contains sections on tick control and resistance; tick biology; disease relationships between ticks, man and/or animals; international control directed towards the prevention of spread of ticks and tick-borne diseases; and the recommendations of the Panel. Appendices are included giving...

Publisher
Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations,
Citation
Third meeting of the FAO/OIE Expert Panel on tick-borne diseases of livestock, held at Hamilton, Montana, U.S. A. 8-15 August 1966., 1967, pp 70 pp.
Abstract

Bovine VIBRIOSIS was studied to assess the value of vaccination and to record the events leading to infertility. V. fetus cultures were introduced into the vagina a year before heifers came to first service to determine whether immunity will develop from such an exposure. A killed culture was used...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Melbourne: C.S.I.R.O.,
Citation
Australia. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization Animal Research Laboratories, Annual Report 1960-61., 1961, pp 126 pp.
Abstract

This, report covers the whole range of the Agricultural Department's activities and only certain portions can be referred to here An important new departure during the year was the appointment of a science co-ordinating officer for the purpose of correlating the activities of various research...

Publisher
Brisbane: David, Whyte, Govt. Printer,
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agri. culture and Stock, for the Year 1935-1936., 1937, pp 251 pp.
Abstract

This paper purports to describe the life of a veterinary surgeon in the tropics contrasting that in the West Indies, where the author was first stationed, with that in the Far East, where he is at present employed. It gives quite an interesting account of field work and incidence of disease in...

Author(s)
Ford, T. A.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1919, 75, 8, pp 45-54 pp.
Abstract

The author first discusses the ways in which insects cause loss to the above industries. A survey of the literature indicates that there are about 150 different disease-producing organisms which invade the warm-blooded animals including man, in the transmission of which insects are more or less...

Author(s)
Bishopp, F. C.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1920, 57, 4, pp 414-422
Abstract

The ticks which transmit bovine piroplasmosis in Queensland and North America [Margaropus (Boophilus) annudlatus australis, and M. annulatus, respectively], have never been discovered in New Zealand.
The ticks that occur on cattle are Ixod es ricinus (commonly called the " dog tick " or the "...

Author(s)
Reakes, C. J.
Citation
J. Agric. Wellington, N. Z., 1918, 16, 2, pp 83-86 pp.

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