Timothy E Gibson

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Eggs of Nematodirus battus placed on grass plots throughout the year were able to develop into infective larvae. In 1973 a large autumn peak was observed as well as the more usual subsequent spring peak. This was attributed to the weather conditions. The ability of the eggs to develop at all seasons is of importance in the survival of the parasite but not(More)
Four methods employed in the diagnosis of experimental porcine trichinellosis (trichinoscopy, digestion method, immunofluorescence and enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA)) were compared by eleven laboratories in the countries of the European Economic Community and Sweden. The aim of this study was to test the reliability of ELISA during the onset of(More)