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Abstract

In Inch'on, between 1984 and 1987, 12 262 cattle were tested for Fasciola infection by the intradermal hypersensitivity test and 6537 (53.3%) of them responded positively to the liver fluke antigen. The overall prevalences in native Korean cattle and dairy cattle over the 4 year period were 69.3...

Author(s)
Jo, S. S.; Sohn, B. W.; Park, H. M.; Bai, D. G.; Kang, G. S.; Han, T. H.
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Public Health, 1990, 14, 3, pp 333-342
Abstract

Comparisons were made between F. hepatica from Chonnam (Korea) and Oregon (USA) by isoelectric focusing (IEF) of whole-body protein. Adult F. hepatica were recovered from bile ducts of Korean native cattle. Whole-body protein of the flukes was subjected to IEF, and the banding patterns of the fluke ...

Author(s)
Lee, C. G.; Zimmerman, G. L.; Wee, S. H.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 42, 3/4, pp 311-316
Abstract

Twelve enzymes (encoded by 14 loci) in Fasciola species originating from Japan (parthenogenetic triploids), Korea (parthenogenetic diploids), USA and Australia (all sexual diploids) were analysed using starch gel electrophoresis. All flukes examined were obtained from cattle. Variation in...

Author(s)
Agatsuma, T.; Terasaki, K.; Yang, L.; Blair, D.
Citation
Journal of Helminthology, 1994, 68, 3, pp 181-186