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Authors: Vijayasarathi, M.K.
Sreekumar, C.
Venkataramanan, R.
Raman, M.
TANUVAS
Title: Influence of sustained deworming pressure on the anthelmintic resistance status in strongyles of sheep under field conditions
Other Titles: Tropical Animal Health Production
Publisher: Impact Journal
Language: en
Type: Article
Pages: 1455-1462
Volume: 48
Agrotags: Veterinary Science
Keywords: Haemonchus contortus .Anthelmintic resistance . Sustained deworming . Strongyles . Sheep
Abstract: Anthelmintic resistance (AR) status in Madras Red sheep from selected field flocks of a government funded scheme, covered by regular, sustained anthelmintic treatment for more than 10 years was determined. Parameters such as fecal egg count reduction test (FECRT), larval paralysis assay (LPA), and allele-specific-PCR (AS-PCR) were used to test the efficacy of fenbendazole, tetramisole, and ivermectin at recommended doses, in two seasons.
Description: TNV_TAHP_2016_(48)1455-1462
Issue Date: 2016
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