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Smears ofintestinal scrapings wereprepared from poult sheep, goats and calves during necropsy. They were stained with Glemsa and examined for the presence of Eimeria sp. In positive smears sexual and/or asexual forms of the parasite could be traced. The sequential development of various intracellular stages could be traced. The significance of the cytological fi...

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Hog cholera (HC) is an acute, highly contagious, viral disease of swine, caused by Hog cholera Virus (HCV) a pestivirus, resulting in high morbidity and mortality. In India, the disease was first reported in West Bengal (Choudhray, 1951). Subsequently, the disease Was reported from Hyderabad (Rao and Satyanarayana, 1961), Maharashtra (Sapre et al., 19...

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Mange is of common occurrence in rabbits and is of economic importance as nowadays rabbits are reared intensively for fur production.

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One hundred and twelve nasal polyps received along with full history from three different hospitals of Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu during the period 1983-1987 were found positive for rhinosporidiosis on histopathological examination. Among the four taluks (countries) the majority of the cases (41.12 per cent) came from Agarstheeswaram, followed by Kalkulam (...

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Micro-haemagglutination inhibition tests (Micro-HI) were used to measure the level of maternal IgG in the tears of chicks and also to measure the levels of HI antibodies in the tears and serum after vaccination with “F” strain of Newcastle disease virus (NDV) and in the face of an outbreak of Newcastle disease. There was a 1.4 fold difference between the maternal I...

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Indian Journal of Animal Sciences

The present communication describes about the immunodominant polypeptides of egg drop syndrome ’76 (EDS ’76) virus (Strain H-127), detected by Western blotting.

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