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A survey carried out at studfarms in Normandy, France, of French Trotters showed a high prevalence of Cryptosporidium infection in mares (81% of samples) as well as in their foals (69% of the samples). Most of the animals were asymptomatic carriers. Infection was assessed by staining of oocysts on...

Author(s)
Chermette, R.; Tarnau, C.; Boufassa-Ouzrout, S.; Couderc, O.
Publisher
Versailles: INRA Service des Publications, France
Citation
Coccidia and intestinal coccidiomorphs. Proceedings of the Vth International Coccidiosis Conference. Tours (France), 17-20 October 1989.., 1989, pp 493-498
Abstract

Two multicentre surveys were conducted in France to estimate the prevalence of Cryptosporidium infection in calves using qualitative ELISA for the detection of Cryptosporidium coproantigens and oocysts. The first survey involved 4- to 12-day-old calves in 6 dairy-calf distribution centres,...

Author(s)
Lefay, D.; Naciri, M.; Poirier, P.; Chermette, R.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2000, 89, 1/2, pp 1-9
Abstract

A study was carried out into the importance of Cryptosporidium parvum in neonatal diarrhoea in suckling and dairy calves in 6 Departments in France (Cantal, Vendée, Saône et Loire, Pyrénées Atlantiques and Finistère). Faeces were examined for agents causing neonatal diarrhoea (Escherichia coli,...

Author(s)
Naciri, M.; Lefay, M. P.; Mancassola, R.; Poirier, P.; Chermette, R.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1999, 85, 4, pp 245-257
Abstract

Attempts at the biological control of L. truncatula by the introduction of the predatory snails Zonitoides nitidus, Oxychilus draparnaudi and/or Physa fontalis are discussed and the different methods used are considered. The difficulties and limitations of such programmes, carried out in the...

Author(s)
Ximenes, T.; Rondelaud, D.; Mage, C.; Chermette, R.
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 1993, 24, 149, pp 55-61
Abstract

Further investigations of summer sores on cattle in the Doubs Department yielded a larva from an excised lesion in each of two cows. The two larvae were similar to those described in Recueil de Médecine Vétérinaire (1986) 162 (10) 1103, which were considered to be third-stage Parafilaria bovicola. ...

Author(s)
Bussiéras, J.; Chermette, R.; Gresset, M.; Mas, M.
Citation
Recueil de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1987, 163, 10, pp 853-856
Abstract

Bovine babesiosis is considered as a frequent cause of jaundice in cattle. In France it is caused mainly by Babesia divergens, transmitted by Ixodes ricinus. The life-cycle of the parasite and the tick, epidemiology, clinical findings, pathogenesis, immunity, diagnosis, treatment and prophylaxis...

Author(s)
Chermette, R.
Citation
Point Veterinaire, 1979, 9, 45, pp 31-40
Abstract

Several techniques for detecting Cryptosporidium in faeces and mucosal scrapings were compared. The modified Ziehl-Neelson technique, Heine's method and Anderson's flotation technique (the last 2 can be used only for examination of faeces) all detected the parasite but the Ziehl-Neelson staining...

Author(s)
Polack, B.; Chermette, R.; Savey, M.; Bussieras, J.
Citation
Point Veterinaire, 1983, 15, 71, pp 41-46
Abstract

In Corsica about 10 new human cases of hydatid disease are diagnosed each year per 100 000 inhabitants, and in Provence about 4.5 new cases, but, besides these particularly affected areas, the frequency and distribution of the disease in the rest of France are not known. Some abattoir studies in...

Author(s)
Chermette, R.
Citation
Point Veterinaire, 1983, 14, 70, pp 15-24
Abstract

Although Haemonchus contortus mostly infects sheep in warm, wet climates, its capacity for entering into a condition of hypobiosis in the host, in the fourth larval stage, enables it to survive in northern climates, and it remains a problem in France. Besides sheep, both cattle and goats are...

Author(s)
Chermette, R.
Citation
Point Veterinaire, 1982, 13, 65, pp 21-28

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