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Bile samples, from slaughtered cattle harbouring between 120 and 280 adult lancet flukes, were used to investigate the range of somatic proteins inducing local antibody responses in naturally infected animals. Lancet fluke infections induced local (bile) antibody responses against Tris-buffered...

Wedrychowicz, H.; Ducommun, D.; Górski, P.; Pfister, K.
Veterinary Parasitology, 1995, 56, 1/3, pp 47-56

Immune reactions of cattle to F. hepatica take place not only in the liver but also earlier. The aim was to identify and quantify the cellular response in the small intestine. 5 groups of 2 bulls each (Simmental × Red Holstein, 6-month-old) were infected with metacercariae of F. hepatica (MC)...

Wicki, P.; Schwalbach, B.; Charbon, J. L.; Steiner, A.; Lang, M.; Loup, F.; Pfister, K.
Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde, 1991, 133, 9, pp 429-437

In a study to identify the helminth fauna, investigate the population structure of gastrointestinal nematodes and examine the occurrence of arrested development and survival strategy of nematodes during the dry season, N'Dama cattle were necropsied in Gambia. In November, the early dry season...

Ndao, M.; Pandey, V. S.; Zinsstag, J.; Pfister, K.
Veterinary Parasitology, 1995, 60, 1/2, pp 161-166

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