Preliminary study of nematode infections of cattle in the six provinces of Thailand in the dry season.

@article{Chompoochan1998PreliminarySO,
  title={Preliminary study of nematode infections of cattle in the six provinces of Thailand in the dry season.},
  author={Tasanee Chompoochan and P Prasitiratana and Yuka Nakamura},
  journal={The Journal of veterinary medical science},
  year={1998},
  volume={60 4},
  pages={
          527-9
        }
}
Fecal nematode egg counts and serum pepsinogen concentrations of cattle were determined in six Provinces of the northern (Chiangrai and Lampang), north-eastern (Khonkaen, Mahasarakham and Nakhonratchasima) and eastern (Chonburi) parts of Thailand in the dry season. Nematode eggs were detected in 82% of animals examined. Serum pepsinogen concentrations ranged from 78 to 2,951 (mean 934) mU tyrosine. Animals in Chonburi Province had higher mean values for both egg counts and serum pepsinogen… CONTINUE READING