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Volume 60, Number 3, December 1995

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Patterns of Cryptosporidium oocyst shedding in calves and a comparison of two diagnostic methods
pp. 185-190(6)
Authors: McCluskey, B.J.; Greiner, E.C.; Donovan, G.A.

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Antigenic alteration in major piroplasm surface proteins of Theileria sergenti during infection
pp. 191-198(8)
Authors: Wen, Z.Z.; Sugimoto, C.; Kubota, S.; Onoe, S.; Onuma, M.

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Vaccination of vervet monkeys against cutaneous leishmaniosis using recombinant Leishmania 'major surface glycoprotein' (gp63)
pp. 199-212(14)
Authors: Olobo, J.O.; Anjili, C.O.; Gicheru, M.M.; Mbati, P.A.; Kariuki, T.M.; Githure, J.I.; Koech, D.K.; McMaster, W.R.

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Clearance of Theileria sergenti-infected bovine red blood cells in severe combined immune deficiency mice
pp. 221-228(8)
Authors: Terada, Y.; Tsuji, M.; Hagiwara, K.; Takahashi, K.; Ishihara, C.

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Efficacy of injectable doramectin in the therapy and control of Dermatobia hominis infestations in Latin America
pp. 265-271(7)
Authors: Muniz, R.A.; Cerqueira-Leite, R.; Coronado, A.; Soraci, O.; Umehara, O.; Moreno, J.; Errecalde, J.

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Larval salivary gland proteins of the sheep nasal bot fly, (Oestrus ovis L.), are major immunogens in infested sheep
pp. 273-282(10)
Authors: Innocenti, L.; Masetti, M.; Macchioni, G.; Giorgi, F.

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Dietary protein for young grazing sheep: interactions with gastrointestinal parasitism
pp. 283-295(13)
Authors: van Houtert, M.F.J.; Barger, I.A.; Steel, J.W.

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An ivermectin tablet for sheep: efficacy against gastro-intestinal nematodes and a bioavailability comparison with a liquid ivermectin formulation
pp. 297-302(6)
Authors: Gogolewski, R.P.; Allerton, G.R.; Langholff, W.K.; Cramer, L.G.; Eagleson, J.S.

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Evidence for multiple anthelmintic resistance in sheep and goats reared under the same management in coastal Kenya
pp. 303-313(11)
Authors: Mwamachi, D.M.; Audho, J.O.; Thorpe, W.; Baker, R.L.

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Predacious activity of the nematode-trapping fungus Duddingtonia flagrans against cyathostome larvae in faeces after passage through the gastrointestinal tract of horses
pp. 315-320(6)
Authors: Larsen, M.; Nansen, P.; Henriksen, S.A.; Wolstrup, J.; Gronvold, J.; Zorn, A.; Wedo, E.

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Biological control of trichostrongyles in calves by the fungus Duddingtonia flagrans fed to animals under natural grazing conditions
pp. 321-330(10)
Authors: Larsen, M.; Nansen, P.; Wolstrup, J.; Gronvold, J.; Henriksen, S.A.; Zorn, A.

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Studies on multispecific resistance of gastrointestinal nematodes to benzimidazoles on dairy-goat farms
pp. 331-337(7)
Authors: Cabaret, J.; Baudet, H.M.; devos, J.; Hubert, J.; Cortet, J.; Sauve, C.

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A study of an enzootic focus of sheep babesiosis (Babesia ovis, Babes, 1892)
pp. 349-354(6)
Authors: Yeruham, I.; Hadani, A.; Galker, F.; Rosen, S.

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Multiple anthelmintic resistance in Haemonchus contortus on a sheep farm in India
pp. 355-360(6)
Authors: Yadav, C.L.; Kumar, R.; Uppal, R.P.; Verma, S.P.

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