Lectin histochemical study of lipopigments present in the cerebellum of Solanum fastigiatum var. fastigiatum intoxicated cattle.

@article{Paulovich2002LectinHS,
  title={Lectin histochemical study of lipopigments present in the cerebellum of Solanum fastigiatum var. fastigiatum intoxicated cattle.},
  author={F B Paulovich and Enrique L Portiansky and Eduardo Juan Gimeno and Ana Lucia Schild and Maria Carmen del Mendez and Franklin Riet-Correa},
  journal={Journal of veterinary medicine. A, Physiology, pathology, clinical medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={49 9},
  pages={473-7}
}
This study was carried out to investigate the pattern of lectin binding in the cerebellum of calves poisoned with Solanum fastigiatum var. fastigiatum. For the experimental reproduction of the illness, S. fastigiatum var. fastigiatum was collected from farms where the intoxication occurs. The dried ground plant was administered to two 1-year-old cattle by a ruminal cannula. The animals received 5 g/kg b.w. daily, 5 days a week, during periods of 107 and 140 days. After these periods the animals… CONTINUE READING

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