Biology and pathogenicity of Eimeria spinosa Henry, 1931 in experimentally infected pigs.

@article{Koudela1992BiologyAP,
  title={Biology and pathogenicity of Eimeria spinosa Henry, 1931 in experimentally infected pigs.},
  author={Břetislav Koudela and Jir{\'i} V{\'i}tovec},
  journal={International journal for parasitology},
  year={1992},
  volume={22 5},
  pages={651-6}
}
A single-species isolate of E. spinosa from a diarrheic weaned pig was used to determine the endogenous development and pathogenicity of this swine coccidium. Seven out of 14 inoculated pigs developed endogenous stages or passed oocysts of E. spinosa in their feces. Immunosuppressive treatment with cyclophosphamide had no effect on the susceptibility to… CONTINUE READING