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Detection of the etiologic agent of necrotizing hepatopancreatitis in cultured Penaeus vannamei from Texas and Peru by polymerase chain reaction
Necrotizing hepatopancreatitis (NHP) is a severe bacterial disease that was previously identified solely in cultured Penaeus vannamei, the Pacific white shrimp, from Texas (USA). In January 1993, aExpand
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Hematologic and coagulation abnormalities in acute bovine sarcocystosis.
: Calves inoculated with Sarcocystis cruzi sporocysts developed severe anemia 4 weeks later. The anemic crisis was paralleled by a hyperbilirubinemia, with up to 88% of the increased total bilirubinExpand
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Experimentally induced bovine sarcocystosis: correlation of in vitro lymphocyte function with structural changes in lymphoid tissue.
: The effect of acute bovine sarcocystosis was studied by correlating in vitro lymphocyte blast transformation studies with morphologic and hematologic changes. Yearling calves inoculated withExpand
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Suspected parvovirus infection in porcupines.
: During a 142-day period, 6 porcupines died or were killed after becoming moribund. Three had severe acute necrotizing enteritis; two had acute necrotizing myocarditis, one with concurrentExpand
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