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Cryptosporidium oocysts were found in 66 (15.8%) of 418 faecal samples from patients with diarrhoea in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan; it was the single infection in 45 patients including 22 children below the age of 2 years, and is reported for the first time from Turkmenistan. The parasite was also found ...

Author(s)
Borodina, O. N.; Zhukova, Ė. V.; Kravets, Z. F.
Citation
Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni, 1994, No. 1, pp 8-11
Abstract

The book includes 3 main chapters each divided into sections written by different authors. Chapter one (pp. 5-36) deals with blood protozoa of birds, intestinal protozoa of wild and domestic birds and with protozoa of rodents and of some domestic animals (cats, dogs, cattle and sheep). Chapter 2 -...

Publisher
FAN, Tashkent, USSR
Citation
Ėkologiya parazitov zhivotnykh severo-vostoka Uzbekistana., 1984, pp 160pp.
Abstract

A recent drug, the total alkaloids of P. harmala (a plant growing readily in the Central Asian republics and Kazakhstan, USSR) was given subcutaneously to rabbits at 1.5 mg/kg body weight. Histological changes observed 3 days after drug injection tended to return to normal by day 7 and had...

Author(s)
Egoshin, I. S.; Romakhov, V. G.; Puzii, A. D.
Publisher
Ministerstvo Sel'skogo Khozyaistva Kirgizskoi SSR, Frunze, USSR
Citation
Mery profilaktiki i terapii zabolevanii sel'skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh, 1979, pp 104-109
Abstract

Cattle were infected with 2 highly virulent strains (Kazakh and Azerbaijan) of Theileria and were subsequently treated in 3 groups according to recommendations issued in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan [details not given]. The incubation period was 14 to 30 days. Pathological changes depended ...

Author(s)
Puzii, A. D.; Vecherkin, S. S.; Romakhov, V. G.
Publisher
Ministerstvo Sel'skogo Khozyaistva Kirgizskoi SSR, Frunze, USSR
Citation
Mery profilaktiki i terapii zabolevanii sel'skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh, 1979, pp 110-116
Abstract

Toxoplasma was not found on microscopic examination of the blood and organs of 602 wild animals (rodents, birds, reptiles and lagomorphs) in Turkmenia, USSR, but positive reactions to complement fixation were recorded in 13 of 62 camels, 11 of 68 cattle and in 6 of 17 species of wild animals tested.

Author(s)
Berdyev, A. S.
Publisher
Akademiya Meditsinskikh Nauk SSSR., Moscow,
Citation
Vtoroi (II) Vsesoyuznyi simpozium po toksoplazmozu (Itogi izucheniya toksoplazmoza v SSSR i puti dal'neishego uluchsheniya diagnostiki, lecheniya i profilaktiki), 26-28 maya 1976 g. Tezisy Dokladov., 1976, pp 112

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