Structures of Toxoplasma gondiiTachyzoites, Bradyzoites, and Sporozoites and Biology and Development of Tissue Cysts
A detailed account of the biology of tissue cysts and bradyzoites including in vivo and in vitro development, methods of separation from host tissue, tissue cyst rupture, and relapse is provided.
A review of Neospora caninum and neosporosis.
Dogs are definitive hosts of Neospora caninum.
Neonatal Neospora caninum infection in dogs: isolation of the causative agent and experimental transmission.
- J. Dubey, A. Hattel, D. Lindsay, M. Topper
- Biology, MedicineJournal of the American Veterinary Medical…
- 15 November 1988
Neospora caninum infection was diagnosed in 5 young dogs from 2 litters with a common parentage that developed hind limb paresis 5 to 8 weeks after birth and was isolated in cell cultures, mice, and dogs inoculated with infected canine tissues.
A review of Sarcocystis neurona and equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM).
Cryptosporidium andersoni n. sp. (Apicomplexa: Cryptosporiidae) from Cattle, Bos taurus
- D. Lindsay, S. J. Upton, D. Owens, U. Morgan, J. Mead, B. Blagburn
- BiologyJournal of Eukaryotic Microbiology
- 1 January 2000
Based on transmission studies and molecular data, the large form of Cryptosporidium infecting the abomasum of cattle is considered to be a new species and the name Cryptospora andersoni n.
Biology of Isospora spp. from humans, nonhuman primates, and domestic animals
Intestinal stages of I. belli have been observed in AIDS patients but not immunocompetent patients, and maintenance treatment with trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole is needed because relapses often occur once treatment is stopped.
Toxoplasma gondii: epidemiology, feline clinical aspects, and prevention.
Neosporosis, toxoplasmosis, and sarcocystosis in ruminants.
Wild boars as sources for infectious diseases in livestock and humans
- X. Meng, D. Lindsay, N. Sriranganathan
- MedicinePhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B…
- 27 September 2009
The incidence of tuberculosis owing to Mycobacterium bovis has increased in wild boars, thus posing a potential concern for infections in livestock and humans.