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To determine the prevalence and incidence of Babesia equi and B. caballi infections in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, serum samples from 63 mares and their foals (from 5 stocks of horses kept in different conditions and under different treatment regimes) and 14 other horses (in a 6th stock) were...

Author(s)
Heuchert, C. S. M.
Publisher
Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover, Hannover, Germany
Citation
Seroepidemiologische Untersuchungen uber Babesia equi- und Babesia caballi- Infektionen in Sao Paulo, Brasilien., 1996, pp 161 pp.
Abstract

Of 810 skin scrapings from dogs (382), horses (200), cats (144), cattle (13) and other animals (71), 107 were positive for dermatophytes when examined by fluorescence microscopy using Blancophor BA 267%, culture, and KOH treatment. Nineteen of these were postive by culture alone, and 12 by...

Author(s)
Haack, D.; Zeller, R.; Böhm, K. H.
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis, 1987, 15, 4, pp 385-391
Abstract

Fluorescence microscopy revealed T. gondii in 55% of an unstated number of horses, 35% of sheep, 20% of swine and 5% of cattle. There was poor correlation between IHA antibody titres and parasite isolation. Antibodies were present in 50% of horses, 23% of sheep, 17% of swine and 36% of cattle.

Author(s)
Erb, C.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde, 1986, 128, 7, pp 367-368
Abstract

The detection of drugs in saliva by thin layer chromatography, spectrophotometry, UV light and infra-red light was found effective in experimental tests with amphetamine, nikethamide, methamino-diazepoxide and chinin, appreciable amounts being demonstrated very soon after administration.-E.V.I.
See ...

Author(s)
BäUmler, J.; Brault, A. L.; Obersteg, J. I.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1964, 106, pp 346-354
Abstract

This report on a journey through Libya to Gadàmes gives notes on the various types of domestic animals encountered, their utility, and the methods of animal husbandry and feeding under desert conditions. Horses, donkeys, camels, sheep, goats, and cattle were encountered, mainly of African breeds,...

Author(s)
SCHMIDT; REITER.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1942, pp 377-381
Abstract

The author refers to his work on the production of immunity against trypanosomes in horses and cattle by the inoculation of the animals as calves or foals [this Bull. 5. 13, 122 and 618].
From the results of the experiments in which inoculated cattle were exposed to tsetse fly in Tanganyika...

Author(s)
SCHILLING, C.
Citation
Tropenpflanzer, 1935, 38, pp 229-238
Abstract

I. K. reviews the evidence as to the pathogenicity of Trick, foetus, and points out that pure trichomonad abortion has been recorded in women, and that similar organisms have been demonstrated in barren mares and sows. It has been accepted that transmission in cattle occurs at service, but virgin...

Author(s)
KÜST.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1936, 44, pp 821-825
Abstract

It is explained that this short book is primarily intended to describe the pathogenic and harmless protozoa of man and domestic animals, so that they can be recognized and differentiated. The most important methods of demonstrating infection and of cultivation outside the body are given, and the...

Author(s)
Reichenow, E.
Publisher
Leipzig: Johann Ambrosius Barth.,
Citation
Canadian Journal of Research, 1946, pp 99
Abstract

Experiments are described regarding the mechanical cleaning of the larger experimental animals (horses and cattle) by vacuum cleaner (Electrolux), but it is concluded that neither a saving of time nor of labour is effected, while on the other hand a not inconsiderable increase in cost, depending on ...

Author(s)
BELLER, K.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Hygiene und Infektionskrankheiten, 1932, 38, pp 188-140
Abstract

This book gives a brief account of the specific diseases of animals due to bacteria, viruses, and parasites, and the methods of prevention and control. The sections dealing with foot and mouth disease, glanders, and equine mange are of particular interest, as the Continental methods of control...

Author(s)
MIESSNER, H.; SCHOOP, G.
Publisher
Hanover : M. & H. Schaper,
Citation
Kriegstierseuchen und ihre Bekampfung., 1941, 5th Edit, pp 352 pp.

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