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Multiple forms of bovine pepsinogen : isolation and identification in serum from calves with ostertagiasis
By using fast protein liquid chromatography (FPLC) a new form of bovine pepsinogen has been identified. Compared with the previously isolated pepsinogen (PG I) the new pepsinogen (PG II) is less mobile on agarose ...
Penicillin therapy of spontaneous streptococcal meningitis in pigs
Oral prophylactic medication with either procaine penicillin G or a mixture of chlortetracycline, sulphadimidine and procaine penicillin G reduced the incidence of streptococcal meningitis in a herd of pigs with a high ...
Effect of sodium cromoglycate on the response to Ostertagia circumcincta in adult sheep
Serum pepsinogen concentrations rose more rapidly and to higher levels in adult sheep infected with Ostertagia circumcincta and treated orally with the mast cell stabilising agent sodium cromoglycate than they did in adult ...
Ringworm in housed sheep
Further studies on the response to transplanted adult Ostertagia ostertagi in calves
Calves infected by surgical transplantation of adult Ostertagia ostertagi had raised levels of plasma pepsinogen and those in which the largest number of worms established also had elevated plasma gastrin concentrations. ...
Comparison of the anthelmintic efficacy of oxfendazole or ivermectin administered orally and ivermectin administered subcutaneously to sheep during the periparturient period
The suppression of nematode egg output in faeces was measured in ewes treated just before lambing with either oxfendazole or ivermectin by oral drench or with ivermectin by subcutaneous injection. Ivermectin and oxfendazole ...