Antanas Vysniauskas

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The comparative efficacies of seven published McMaster method modifications for faecal egg counting were evaluated on pig faecal samples containing Ascaris suum eggs. Comparisons were made as to the number of samples found to be positive by each of the methods, the total egg counts per gram (EPG) of faeces, the variations in EPG obtained in the samples(More)
The objective of this study was to perform the comparative evaluation of efficiency of traditional McMaster chamber and the newly designed chamber for the enumeration of nematode eggs in different agriculture animals. Thirteen pig, two horse and two sheep farms were randomly selected, and 815 of pig faecal samples, 264 of horse and 264 of sheep faecal(More)
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