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Taenia ovis is a tapeworm that is mainly transmitted between dogs and sheep or goats and has an adverse effect on sheep industry… Expand Abstract The complex life cycle of taeniids represents an ideal model of a multi-host system. The complexity of these parasites… Expand BackgroundTaenia ovis is a tapeworm that is mainly transmitted between dogs and sheep. Although T. ovis infection is not a public… Expand The present report describes the reappearance of Taenia ovis krabbei in a roe deer from Denmark after more than 60 years. The… Expand SMALL ruminants are the intermediate host of several canine tapeworm species, including Taenia ovis . In sheep, the larval stages… Expand Taeniid cestodes infect humans and livestock, causing considerable morbidity and mortality, as well as economic loss. Substantial… Expand A survey was undertaken to determine both the prevalence of, and reinfection rates with Echinococcus granulosus and other… Expand In an attempt to induce passive protection in lambs against Taenia ovis larvae that would last for the 15-20 weeks from birth to… Expand From a Colorado enterprise annually fattening about 50,000 lambs, 3,664 animals were examined for muscular cysticercosis. Of the… Expand