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Lesions Caused by Cardiovascular Flukes (Digenea: Spirorchidae) in Stranded Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas)
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Characteristic necropsy lesions included miliary spirorchid egg granulomas, which were observed most readily on serosal surfaces, particularly of the small intestine, and cardiovascular lesions included mural endocarditis, arteritis, and thrombosis, frequently accompanied by aneurysm formation. Expand
Epizootic Mortality of Free-living Green Turtles, Chelonia mydas, Due to Coccidiosis
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There was a severe enteritis or encephalitis associated with Caryospora cheloniae, a coccidial pathogen previously recorded only in farm reared Ch. Expand
Canine ceroid‐lipofuscinoses: A review and classification
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The ceroid‐lipofuscinoses are a group of inherited neurodegenerative diseases of humans and animals characterised by the accumulation of a fluorescent lipopigment in neurons and other cells within the body that can be expected to reflect different mutations. Expand
Protection of goats against experimental enterotoxaemia by vaccination with Clostridium perfringens type D epsilon toxoid
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Moderate to high serum levels of anti-epsilon antibody appeared to protect the goats against both the systemic and the intestinal effects of C perfringens type D toxins. Expand
Variability of serum antibody responses of goat kids to a commercial Clostridium perfringens epsilon toxoid vaccine
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There was a wide range of antibody titres after vaccination, and the great majority of the vaccinated animals had titres below the protective level, arbitrarily set at 0.25 iu/ml, by day 98. Expand
Detection of Clostridium perfringens type D epsilon antitoxin in serum of goats by competitive and indirect ELISA.
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Both the indirect and competitive ELISAs proved to be rapid, simple, sensitive and specific for detecting antibodies to C. perfringens epsilon toxin in serum of goats. Expand
Comparison of Four Techniques for the Detection of Clostridium Perfringens Type D Epsilon Toxin in Intestinal Contents and other Body Fluids of Sheep and Goats
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There is a marked inconsistency among techniques routinely used to detect Clostridium perfringens epsilon toxin in intestinal contents and body fluids of sheep and goats and until more consistent results are achieved, the diagnosis of enterotoxemia should not only be based solely on ePSilon toxin detection, but also on clinical and pathological data. Expand
Hepatotoxicity to dogs of horse meat contaminated with indospicine.
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It was concluded that meat from horses grazing I. linnaei can be hepatotoxic for dogs, and that this toxicity may be related to its indospicine content. Expand
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