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A review (120 references) with special attention to research on dictyocaulosis in ruminants, pster-tagiosis in cattle and trichinosis in lab. animals. [Author's address: Central Veterinary Laboratory, Weybridge.]-RM.

Author(s)
Michel, J. F.
Citation
Immunity to Parasites (6th Symposium Br. Soc. Parasit), 1968, pp 67-89 pp.
Abstract

D. filaria was more pathogenic to goats than to sheep. Eight of 13 kids given 2, 500-5, 000 larvae died from anoxia or congestive heart failure. Four of 12 lambs died from similar exposure. Animals which did not die usually had respiratory distress and reduced weight gain. Pathogenicity increased...

Author(s)
Wilson, G. I.
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts, 1966, 26, pp 5612-5613
Abstract

Buffaloes in Para State are infected with Neo-ascaris vitulorum, Strongyloides papillosus, Oster-tagia trifurcata, Cooperia sp., Haemonchus sp., Oesophagostomum radiatum and Dictyocaulus viviparus. Calves are more susceptible than adults. Prenatal infection is the most important means of acquiring ...

Author(s)
Da Silva, R. G.
Citation
Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, 1969, 4, pp 155-160
Abstract

Sera from calves infected with Ostertagia oster-tagi produced strong cross-reactions in the c.f. test with a variety of boiled helminth antigens and sheep red cells. No statistical correlation was found between the naturally occurring cattle blood group antigen J and the amount of antibody formed....

Author(s)
Sinclair, I. J.
Citation
Immunology, 1964, 7, pp 557-566
Abstract

BRUCELLOSIS was found to be still the main cause of abortion, and VIBRIOSIS of infertility, in Western Australian cattle. Calfhood infections continued to be major problems in dairy herds, and were due mainly to colibacillosis, salmonellosis, coccidiosis and helminthosis. Severe PARASITIC...

Author(s)
Dunne, T. C.
Publisher
Perth: A. B. Davies, Govt. Printer,
Citation
Western Australia. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture for the year ended June 30, 1967., 1968, pp 81 pp.
Abstract

Recovery from an initial lungworm infection conferred a strong resistance to reinfection in 9 of 11 young cattle. However, acute symptoms developed in animals whose resistance was initially challenged with over 200, 000 infective larvae; one animal died. Animals whose resistance was repeatedly...

Author(s)
RUBIN, R.; LUCKER, J. T.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1956, 46, pp 88-96
Abstract

The studies reported here include work on HELMINTH PARASITES, bovine mastitis, and the trace elements-copper and cobalt. Observations confirmed that Dictyocaulus larvae can overwinter on pasture and then increase to a high level in summer in the presence of susceptible calves. Other work in...

Author(s)
Walsh, T.
Publisher
33 Merrion Rd, Dublin 4,
Citation
An Foras Talun-tais, 1967, pp 183 pp.
Abstract

MASTITIS due to Bact. coli and Bact. aerogenes was reported. STAPHYLOCOCCAL MASTITIS is still a problem and does not respond well to streptomycin, streptomycin-penicillin, aureomycin or dibromopropamidine. TUBERCULOSIS appears to be more prevalent in beef cattle than was anticipated. The policy of...

Publisher
AUSTRALIA. QUEENSLAND., Brisbane : A. H. Tucker, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1953-54., 1954, pp 109 pp.
Abstract

I. Experiments on the vaccination of calves against D. viviparus infection using whole worm antigen in Freund's adjuvant are described. A reduction in the number of worms developing from a challenge infection was sometimes obtained but the method seems to be of little practical value.

Author(s)
Jarrett, W. F. H.; Jennings, F. W.; Mclnryre W. I. M.; Mulligan, W.; Urquhart, G. M.
Citation
Immunology, 1960, 3, pp 135-144
Abstract

It has been shown experimentally that infection of calves with D. viviparus confers a high degree of resistance to re-infection. This acquired immunity can result from a single infection with a sub-lethal dose or from repeated doses of small numbers of larvae. Animals immunized by a previous...

Author(s)
Jarrett, W. F. H.; Jennings, F. W.; McIntyre, W. I. M.; Mulligan, W.; Thomas, B. A. C.; Urquhart, G. M.
Citation
Immunology, 1959, 2, pp 252-261

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