Monospecific nematode infections of donor calves with Cooperia punctata.

  • S E Leland
  • Published 1995 in Veterinary parasitology

Abstract

During a 25 year period, 48 calves from three states were raised helminth-free from birth and inoculated with Cooperia punctata. These calves served sequentially as donors of the parasite. The following aspects of the monospecific infection were of value in successful donor management and contributed to understanding the host-parasite relationship. Calves… (More)

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@article{Leland1995MonospecificNI, title={Monospecific nematode infections of donor calves with Cooperia punctata.}, author={S E Leland}, journal={Veterinary parasitology}, year={1995}, volume={60 1-2}, pages={111-8} }