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This article records the results of large-scale immunization of cattle against piroplasmosis and anaplasmosis in Algeria and Morocco. The immunization is carried out in two stages, the first being against the babesia infections and anaplasmosis, and the second against Th. dispar. For immunization...

Author(s)
SERGENT, ED.; DONATIEN, A.; PARROT, L.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1933, 51, pp 284-289
Abstract

The authors report the occurrence in North Africa of Theileria mutans and Th. dispar transmitted by Hyalomma mauritanicum; and of Piroplasma [Babesia] bigemina, Babesiella berbera, Babesiella major and Anaplasma marginale transmitted by Margaropus cakaratus and Rhipicephalus bursa. The strains are...

Author(s)
SERGENT, Ed.; DONATIEN, A.; PARROT, L.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Citation
Compte Rendu Hebdomadaire des Seances de l'Academie d'Agriculture de France, 1934, 20, pp 169-172
Abstract

II. The second paper records experiments to ascertain the amount of protection given by the Palestinian and Algerian theileria against heterologous and homologous strains of theileria. The comparison is made by means of charts representing the severity of the reactions of groups of animals under...

Author(s)
SERGENT, Ed.; DONATIEN, A.; PARROT, L.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Citation
Arch. Inst. Pasteur d'Algerie, 1937, 15, pp 58-69 pp.
Abstract

This interesting book is not a general review of the subject of bovine piroplasmosis, but records the results of the study of tick-borne diseases of cattle (piroplasmosis, theileriasis and anaplas-mosis) in North Africa over a period of 80 years. During this time five bovine infections due to these ...

Author(s)
SERGENT, Ed.; DONATIEN, A.; PARROT, L.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Publisher
Algiers: Institut Pasteur d'Algérie,
Citation
Etudes sur les piro-plasmoses bovines., 1945, pp 816 pp.
Abstract

I. The Iranian strain of theileria was obtained by allowing nymphs of a species of Hyalomma to feed on infected calves in Iran and then sending them to Algiers where, after moulting to adults, they were allowed to feed on clean calves. Cross-immunity tests were carried out by inoculating calves...

Author(s)
SERGENT, Ed.; DONATIEN, A.; PARROT, L.; LESTOQUARD, F.; DELPY, L.
Citation
Arch. Inst. Pasteur d'Algerie, 1939, 17, pp 301-319
Abstract

This article records experiments on the cross-immunity conferred by a strain of A. céntrale against infections with strains of A. marginale from Algiers and Brazil. The A. céntrale strain was obtained from Kenya by the despatch of specimens of citrated and defibrinated blood on ice. The journey...

Author(s)
Sergent, Ed.; Donatien, A.; Parrot, L.; Lestoquard, F.
Publisher
Algér,
Citation
Arch. Inst. Pasteur, 1933, 11, pp 526-569
Abstract

The authors dispute the contention of ADLER and ELLENBOGEN that the causal agent of the bovine theileriasis of Palestine constitutes a separate species of parasite from Theileria dispar and Th. parva [see this Bull. 6. 585]. They present the results of a series of experiments undertaken by them in...

Author(s)
SERGENT, Ed.; DONATIEN, A.; PARROT, L.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Citation
Arch. Inst. Pasteur d'Algerie, 1935, 13, pp 472-488
Abstract

II. D. and L. have previously reported the joint transmission of Theikria dispar and Rickettsia bovis to Algerian cattle by species of Hyalomma derived from Iran. They now report the transmission of Th. dispar and E. wenyoni together by similar ticks from the same source and, not having found the...

Author(s)
DONATIEN, A.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1937, 30, pp 459-460
Abstract

This disease occurs as an annual outbreak in the early summer and lasts for about three months. About half of all the cases occur in July. Adult cattle which escaped infection when young are very susceptible and usually die when they contract infection. Survivors become carriers and can infect ...

Author(s)
SERGENT, E.; DONATIEN, A.; PARROT, L.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Citation
G. R. Acad. Sci. Parts., 1931, 192, pp 398-395
Abstract

Outbreaks of disease due to Th. dispar in North Africa commence in June and cease in September. The small blood forms cannot usually be detected after 15 days in an infected animal, but sometimes they persist intermittently for months. It has been proved that ticks fed on a recovered animal,...

Author(s)
SERGENT, E.; DONATIEN, A.; PARROT, L.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1931, 47, pp 579-600

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