Abomasal secretion in sheep receiving adult Ostertagia circumcincta that are prevented from contact with the mucosa.

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AIMS Both adult and larval Ostertagia circumcincta infections raise abomasal pH and serum gastrin and pepsinogen concentrations, either because of physical effects of the worms or from their chemical secretions. The study was designed to examine whether adult worms require contact with the gastric mucosa to effect changes in gastric secretion. METHODS… (More)

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@article{Simpson1999AbomasalSI, title={Abomasal secretion in sheep receiving adult Ostertagia circumcincta that are prevented from contact with the mucosa.}, author={H V Simpson and Benjamin H. Simpson and D C Simcock and Gordon Reynolds and W E Pomroy}, journal={New Zealand veterinary journal}, year={1999}, volume={47 1}, pages={20-4} }