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Abstract

Infection of 3- to 4-month-old calves with 2,000 and, a month later, 4,000 infective Dictyocaulus filaria larvae produced no symptoms. 30 calves immunized with 1000 and, 35 days later, with 2000 D. filaria larvae acquired a small degree of resistance to natural D. viviparus infection. Laboratory...

Author(s)
Taranik, K. T.
Citation
Veterinariya, Kiev, 1977, No. 45, pp 53-56
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Author(s)
Taranik, K. T.
Citation
Veterinariya, Kiev, USSR, 1979, 50, pp 68-70
Abstract

The spread of Dictyocaulus infection on farms specializing in the fattening of cattle in the Ukrainian SSR, is caused by the introduction of infected new stock, by using restricted grazing areas and by mixing herds of cattle. Peaks of infection occur in July to September and April to May. Infection ...

Author(s)
Popova, Z. G.; Korostisheva, A. G.; Mishareva, T. E.
Citation
Veterinariya, Kiev, 1972, No. 32, pp 66-70
Abstract

Bulls aged 1.5 years were infected and hyperimmunized with larvae of D. filaria isolated from sheep. Serum gamma globulins increased up to 30.4-30.6% on days 15-19, compared to 26.2-27.8% in controls. These immunoglobulins were administered to five lambs, thereby causing an increase in serum...

Author(s)
Taranik, K. T.; Antonov, V. S.
Citation
Veterinariya, Kiev, USSR, 1975, No. 42, pp 95-98
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Author(s)
Popova, Z. G.; Korostisheva, A. G.; Mishareva, T. E.
Citation
Veterinariya, Kiev, 1972, 32, pp 66-70
Abstract

The effect on serum proteins in a bull calf (1.5 years old) of Dictyocaulus filaria infections or hyperimmunisation with material of sheep origin was studied. 15 to 19 days after administration of D. filaria larvae to the hyperimmunized bull, the serum gamma -globulins rose to a level of 30.4 to...

Author(s)
Taranik, K. T.; Antonov, V. S.
Citation
Veterinariya, Kiev, 1975, No. 42, pp 95-98