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Based on mobility and the amount of the β- and γ-globulin fractions of the serum proteins of 371 cattle from 33 farms their electrophoretic patterns on a cellulose acetate membrane were classified into 4 groups (I-IV) consisting of 14 types (A-N). There were 116 healthy cattle, 17 from farms with...

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Senda, H.
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Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1992, 45, 3, pp 159-165
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A crude preparation containing the root of the fern M. orientalis was given orally to 18 cattle with fascioliasis. In 14 cattle the Fasciola egg counts were reduced to zero in 1-2 weeks and remained so for 8 weeks after treatment. In the other 4 cattle the faecal egg counts were reduced but not to...

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Shiramizu, K.; Tuchida, T.; Abu, M.
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Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1993, 46, 7, pp 561-564
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Atresia of the common bile duct, the result of extensive fibrosis, was found at PM examination of two 1 month-old calves culled because of severe jaundice that developed soon after birth. The atresia and liver lesions were probably due to prenatal Fasciola infection. Similar liver lesions were...

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Morita, T.; Shimada, A.; Umemura, T.; Hongyo, T.; Obayashi, M.
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Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1992, 45, 3, pp 166-169
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Shiramizu, K.; Abu, M.
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Yamaguchi Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1991, No. 18, pp 39-45
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Rediae and cercariae were observed in 2 of 2024 Lymnaea truncatula from Betsukai-cho in the Nemuro district. Experimental infection of L. truncatula was induced by miracidia of Fasciola sp. from Betsukai-cho; rediae and cercariae were observed in 90 and 6 of 150 snails, respectively. L. truncatula ...

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Nakaoka, Y.; Hasiba, T.; Takahashi, T.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1991, 44, 11, pp 1131-1134

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