Laetitia Van Wyk

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Faecal pellets from a sheep that was artificially infected with a monoculture of Haemonchus contortus were collected over a 2-h period in the morning. In the laboratory the faeces were thoroughly mixed by hand and 48 by 1 g aliquots of the pellets were sealed in plastic bags, from which the air had gently been expressed. The faecal worm egg count of the(More)
The purpose of this study was to develop a new high-performance liquid chromatographic (HPLC) procedure for quantifying taurine conjugates of bile acids in serum. The technique involved three basic steps. The first removed free amino acids via solid-phase extraction of the serum. The second step involved the reaction of the extracted serum with the enzyme(More)
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