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Salivary gland of the tick vector of East Coast fever. III. The ultrastructure of sporogony in Theileria parva.
Sporogony of the sporozoan Theileria parva in the salivary gland of the tick vector of East Coast fever was studied in electron micrographs. The findings differ in several respects from previousExpand
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The infection of various tick species with Babesia bigemina, its transmission and identification
Strains of Boophilus decoloratus and B. microplus were easily infected with a single stock of Babesia bigemina; Boophilus annulatus could be infected less easily, and it was difficult to infectExpand
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Transmission of Trypanosoma theileri to cattle by Tabanidae
Tabanids were collected in an area in northern Germany, where pastured cattle were abundant. Trypanosomatidae were identified in 14% of tabanids examined. Twelve cattle became infected withExpand
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Salivary gland of the tick vector (R. appendiculatus) of East Coast fever. II. Cellular basis for fluid secretion in the type III acinus.
Fluid balance is a major physiological problem for hematophagous ticks. To maintain osmotic balance they must conserve water for prolonged periods while seeking a mammalian host, and they mustExpand
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Salivary gland of the tick vector (R. appendiculatus) of East Coast fever. I. Ultrastructure of the type III acinus.
The brown ear tick Rhipicephalus appendiculatus is the vector for East Coast fever, a disease that seriously limits livestock production in East Africa. The sporozoites of the infectious agentExpand
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Titration in cattle of infectivity and immunogenicity of autologous cell lines infected with Theileria parva.
Cell lines infected with Theileria parva were derived by infection of bovine peripheral blood lymphocytes with sporozoites in vitro. Cattle were inoculated with doses of autologous infected cellsExpand
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Stercorarian trypanosomes from deer (Cervidae) in Germany.
Twenty of 35 roe deer (Capreolus capreolus), eight of 12 red deer (Cervus elaphus), and nine of 21 fallow deer (Cervus dama) but none of four moose (Alces alces) examined from April to November 1983Expand
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[Light microscopic studies on the development of Theileria annulata (Dschunkowsky and Luhs, 1904) in Hyalomma anatolicum excavatum (Koch, 1844). I. The development in the gut of engorged nymphs
A laboratory strain of H. a. excavatum was selected on high susceptibility for T. annulata through several generations. Giemsa-stained smears and wet smears of gut and gut content were studied. AfterExpand
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The effects of triclabendazole on the lung fluke, Paragonimus uterobilateralis in the experimental host Sigmodon hispidus.
The new veterinary drug triclabendazole (Fasinex) was tested for its anthelmintic activity against adult Paragonimus uterobilateralis in experimentally infected cotton rats, Sigmodon hispidus. AfterExpand
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[The 1st case of ehrlichiosis in a horse in Germany (Brief report)].
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