Development and application of a standardized assay for chemical disinfection of coccidia oocysts.

@article{Daugschies2002DevelopmentAA,
  title={Development and application of a standardized assay for chemical disinfection of coccidia oocysts.},
  author={Arwid Daugschies and Reinhard B{\"o}se and Julie Marx and K Teich and Karl T. Friedhoff},
  journal={Veterinary parasitology},
  year={2002},
  volume={103 4},
  pages={299-308}
}
The development and application of a standardized model for testing of anticoccidial disinfectants are described. Due to its economic impact, tenacity of oocysts, and reproducibility of the course of infection Eimeria tenella has been chosen as test organism. Oocysts of the Houghton strain were more susceptible to disinfection with 4% TP4 (Preventol) than oocysts of a field isolate (FI 292/1) as determined by sporulation inhibition and lysis. Scoring of intestinal lesions and of oocyst numbers… CONTINUE READING

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