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Amphistomiasis, caused by species of Paramphistomatidae is an economically important disease in ruminants. Explanatum explanatum is a very common amphistome in bile ducts and gall bladder of cattle and buffaloes worldwide where as in goats, it is exclusively found in Asian countries. Screening of...

Author(s)
Chennuru Sreedevi; Devi, V. R.; Annapurna, P.; Malakondaiah, P.
Publisher
Springer, New Delhi, India
Citation
Journal of Parasitic Diseases, 2017, 41, 3, pp 750-753
Abstract

More than 70 species of the Superfamily Paramphistomoidea, have been identified in ruminants in different parts of the world. Most are pathogenic, causing amphistomosis. Adult flukes within this family have a predilection for the forestomach (rumen) or bile duct of the liver, where they may cause...

Author(s)
Qasim Ali; Imran Rashid; Shabbir, M. Z.; Haroon Akbar; Kashif Shahzad; Kamran Ashraf; Sargison, N.; Umer Chaudhry
Publisher
Elsevier Ireland Ltd, Shannon, Irish Republic
Citation
Parasitology International, 2018, 67, 5, pp 533-537
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This study was carried out with the aim to determine the degree of Trypanosoma infection in large ruminants in and around Mathura. During the study period (September 2012 to August 2013), a total of 643 blood samples were randomly collected and examined for the presence of Trypanosomosis. Out of...

Author(s)
Singh, A. K.; Daya Shanker; Jitendra Tiwari; Rahul Parashar
Publisher
MKK Publication, Kolkata, India
Citation
Environment and Ecology, 2015, 33, 2, pp 639-641
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Prevalence of Echinococcus granulosus genotype G1 was investigated in 55 cattle, 129 buffaloes, 10 sheep and 10 goat samples by polymerase chain reaction (PCR). These 204 samples were collected from 64 liver and 140 lungs of slaughtered animals from three districts Okara (n=29), Jhang (n=43) and...

Author(s)
Waseem Shahzad; Ali Abbas; Rashid Munir; Khan, M. S.; Muhammad Avais; Javed Ahmad; Rana, M. Y.; Fayyaz Mehmood
Publisher
Zoological Society of Pakistan, Lahore, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 2014, 46, 6, pp 1541-1544
Abstract

Theileriosis, babesiosis and anaplasmosis are the important tick-borne haemoparasitic diseases (TBHDs) of ruminants, mostly prevalent in the tropics and subtropics, pose a substantial economic losses to dairy industry particularly in developing countries. Here we have discussed the prevalence and...

Author(s)
Anita Ganguly; Bisla, R. S.; Harpreet Singh; Vandna Bhanot; Ankit Kumar; Sonu Kumari; Maharana, B. R.; Indrajit Ganguly
Publisher
Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2017, 87, 5, pp 552-557
Abstract

Myiasis caused by Hypodermatinae flies is an economically important disease affecting domesticated and wild ruminants in countries of the Mediterranean and Indian subcontinent. The adult flies have a short life span of 1 week, and they spread disease by laying their eggs on the coat of animals. ...

Author(s)
Anish Yadav; Panadero, R.; Rajesh Katoch; Rajesh Godara; Cabanelas, E.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2017, 243, pp 208-218
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This paper gives an overview on leeches affecting livestock and man in northeast India. The types of leeches (aquatic and terrestrial), effects of leech on its host, species of leeches infesting livestock and man (Hirudinaria, Dinobdella and Haemadipsa) and control of leeches are discussed.

Author(s)
Joken Bam; Pallabi Pathak; Bhattacharya, D.; Islam, S.
Publisher
North-East Veterinarian, Guwahati, India
Citation
North-East Veterinarian, 2014, 14, 1, pp 3-5
Abstract

A total of 1369 faecal samples of domesticated ruminants inhabiting Khandwa region of Nimar valley of Madhya Pradesh were investigated for one year (April 2012 to March 2013) for evidence of gastrointestinal parasitic infections. Of these, 698 (51%) animals were found to be infected with different...

Author(s)
Nath, S.; Dixit, A. K.; Jain, R.; Agrawal, V.; Shweta Dongre; Das, G.
Publisher
Indian Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Chennai, India
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 2015, 29, 1, pp 41-46
Abstract

Genetic hybridisation between parasitic nematode species has potentially important consequences. It could lead to the introgression of genes between species including those involved in pathogenicity, host specificity, transmission and drug resistance. It could also complicate diagnosis and control. ...

Author(s)
Chaudhry, U.; Redman, E. M.; Abbas, M.; Muthusamy, R.; Ashraf, K.; Gilleard, J. S.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
International Journal for Parasitology, 2015, 45, 2/3, pp 149-159
Abstract

In May, 2007 a total of 54 cattle and 47 buffaloes were examined for Schistosoma nasale infection at a municipality slaughterhouse in Kalpetta, Wayanad, India. Eleven point one percent of cattle and 23.4% of buffaloes were positive, all with only mild parasite loads, with fewer than 5 per animal....

Author(s)
Reghu Ravindran; Kumar, A.
Publisher
SEAMEO Regional Tropical Medicine and Public Health Network, Bangkok, Thailand
Citation
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 2012, 43, 3, pp 586-588

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