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Neospora caninum protozoa is globally acknowledged as one of the major causes of bovine abortions. The main host of Neospora are canids; ruminants, birds and rodents - or dogs - among other animals can act as intermediate hosts. Cattle can get infection through feed or water contaminated with dogs' ...

Author(s)
Seppänen, V.; Syrjälä, P.; Skryzkopf, T.; Kukowski, D.; Korpikallio, A.; Taponen, J.
Publisher
Suomen Eläinlääkäriliitto, Helsinki, Finland
Citation
Suomen Eläinlääkärilehti, 2016, 122, 2, pp 66-73
Abstract

Dictyocaulus lungworms are the causative agents of parasitic bronchitis (dictyocaulosis) characterised by coughing and severe lung pathology in domestic and wild ruminants. The objective of this study was to design a simple molecular test that could detect of lungworm DNA from both adult and larval ...

Author(s)
Pyziel, A. M.; Laskowski, Z.; Höglund, J.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2015, 114, 10, pp 3923-3926
Abstract

This report contains the abstracts of the following papers presented at the seminar "Coccidial infections of ruminants - diagnosis, epidemiology and control" held in Uppsala, Sweden, 16-18 November 1992: the Coccidia - classification and identification (A. Uggla); small subunit rRNA as a target...

Citation
Bulletin of the Scandinavian Society for Parasitology, 1993, 3, 1, pp 37-47
Abstract

The distribution of Taenia saginata cysts was recorded in 23 experimentally infected calves. The calves harboured between two and 2569 cysts. A median of 15.7% of the cysts were located in the heart and 6.5% in the masseter muscles, the organs usually considered as the most important predilection...

Author(s)
Kyvsgaard, N. C.; Ilsoe, B.; Henriksen, S. A.; Nansen, P.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1990, 49, 1, pp 29-33
Abstract

The serum IgG response of cattle with cysticercosis caused by Taenia saginata was studied in an ELISA in which a T. saginata metacestode surface extract was used as antigen. In experimentally infected calves, a sharp rise in specific antibody levels was found 3-4 weeks after the infection followed...

Author(s)
Kyvsgaard, N. C.; Ilsøe, B.; Henriksen, S. A.; Feld, N. C.; Nansen, P.
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica, 1991, 32, 2, pp 233-241
Abstract

An examination of recent reports on the handling of faecal samples for examination of D. viviparus larvae prompted a modification to the present Baermann technique which involves the use of glasswear in its own specially designed holder. This method is both time- and space-saving and does not...

Author(s)
Jorgensen, R. J.; Madsen, K.
Citation
Dansk Veterinaertidsskrift, 1982, 65, 11, pp 517-518
Abstract

The usefulness of pepsinogen analysis as an indicator of Type II Ostertagia ostertagi infection in cattle is commented upon.

Author(s)
Henriksen, S. A.
Citation
Dansk Veterinaertidsskrift, 1979, 62, 4, pp 191
Abstract

A general account of Strongyloides papillosus in ruminants, including its development, pathology, epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment, is given. The incidence of Strongyloides infection in Denmark is relatively low.

Author(s)
Henriksen, S. A.; Krogh, H. V.
Citation
Dansk Veterinaertidsskrift, 1976, 59, 23, pp 1053-1056
Abstract

A technique for culturing infective larvae (L3) of gastro-intestinal strongyles in faeces is described. The morphology of L3 larvae of commonly occurring genera/species is described and illustrated with photomicrographs. Results obtained with this method indicate that Ostertagia and Cooperia spp....

Author(s)
Henriksen, S. A.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaer Medicin, 1972, 24, 2, pp 49-55
Abstract

The decision to hold an International Conference for the study of epizootic diseases, to sit in Paris, was made on thé initiative of the French Minister of Agriculture (M. RICARD) in October 1920. Forty-three States responded to the invitation, including Germany, United States of America,...

Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1921, 97, 13, pp 387-395 pp.

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