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A guide to laboratory techniques used in the study and diagnosis of avian coccidiosis.
A procedure and simple key is given to enable a provisional identification of five species of Eimeria: colour illustrations of gross lesions will aid the identification. Laboratory methods areExpand
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The indirect fluorescent antibody test for the differentiation of infections with Babesia divergens or Babesia major.
Summary Serum from splcnectomiscd calves infected with Babesia major or Babesia divcr-gens was tested for antibodies by means of the indirect fluorescent antibody test. High titres (1/640 to 1/2560)Expand
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A comparison of the complement fixation and immunofluorescent antibody tests in a survey of the prevalence ofBabesia equi andBabesia caballi in horses in the sultanate of Oman
SummaryThe incidence of antibodies toBabesia equi andB. caballi in horses in the Royal Stables of His Majesty the Sultan of Oman was assessed by complement fixation (CF) and immunofluorescentExpand
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Problems in the identification of species of Eimeria.
The paper is concerned with the principles upon which coccidia of the genus Eimeria may be characterized. Reference strains for comparative purposes usually are not available and the limitations ofExpand
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Eimeria stiedai in rabbits: the demonstration of responses to chemotherapy.
The activity of sulphaquinoxaline, robenidine, methyl benzoquate, clopidol and a mixture of methyl benzoquate and clopidol (Lerbek; Dow), was studied in rabbits infected with hepatic coccidiosis dueExpand
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The species of coccidia occurring in cattle and sheep in the South-West of England.
A series of line drawings of the unsporulated and sporulated oocysts of the species of Eimeria found in cattle and sheep in Britain has been compiled. The incidence of the different species in faecalExpand
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Experiments with defined multispecific coccidial infections in lambs.
The behaviour of four species of Eimeria was studied in lambs which were given either monospecific or multispecific infections. In the presence of other species the patency of oocyst production of E.Expand
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Redescriptions of Eimeria irresidua Kessel & Jankiewicz, 1931 and E. flavescens Marotel & Guilhon, 1941 from the domestic rabbit.
Eimeria flavescens and E. irresidua from the domestic rabbit are redescribed. The relatively smaller ovoidal oocysts of E. flavescens which measure on average 31.7 X 21.4 micrometer, possess a wideExpand
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The occurrence of Eimeria weybridgensis and other species of coccidia in lambs in England and Wales.
SUMMARY Four-hundred-and-sixty-three faeces samples from lambs up to 5 months old from Wales, Northern England and South-East England were examined for coccidia. 95 · 5 per cent were positive, mostExpand
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