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- Dubey, J.P.
- Korean journal of parasitology 2003 v.41 no.1 pp. 1
- Neospora caninum; neosporosis; protozoal infections; disease diagnosis; disease control; epidemiology; cattle; dogs; animals; wild animals; wildlife; sheep; buffaloes; goats; horses; humans; disease transmission; animal models; hosts; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); pathogenesis; abortion (animals); economic impact
- ... Neospora caninum is a coccidian parasite of animals. It is a major pathogen for cattle and dogs and it occasionally causes clinical infections in horses, goats, sheep, and deer. Domestic dogs are the only known definitive hosts for N. caninum. It is one of the most efficiently transmitted parasite of cattle and up to 90% of cattle in some herds are infected. Transplacental transmission is consider ...
- Kim, Jae-Hoon; Kang, Min-Soo; Lee, Byung-Chun; Hwang, Woo-Suk; Lee, Chang-Woo; So, Byung-Jae; Dubey, J.P.; Kim, Dae-Yong
- Korean journal of parasitology 2003 v.41 no.4 pp. 243
- Neospora caninum; dogs; seroprevalence; Nyctereutes procyonoides; host-parasite relationships; agglutination tests; urban areas; rural areas; dairy farming; disease transmission; disease reservoirs; neosporosis; cattle diseases; antibodies; South Korea
- ... Neospora caninum is an important cause of abortion in cattle, and dogs are its only known definitive host. Its seroprevalence among domestic urban and rural dogs and feral raccoon dogs (Nyctereutes procyonoides koreensis) in Korea was studied by indirect fluorescent antibody test (IFAT) and by the neospora agglutination test (NAT), respectively. Antibodies to N. caninum were found in 8.3% of urban ...
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