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Histochemical studies of the skin of goat infected with Sarcoptes scabiei



Histochemical studies of the skin of goat infected with Sarcoptes scabiei



Indian Journal of Animal Health 21(2): 115-118



Histological alterations in the epidermis and dermis of goats naturally infested with Sarcoptes scabiei (L.) are described from studies in India. Polysaccharides and proteins were detected only rarely or weakly in the epidermis and dermis of infested goats, though moderately strong reactions to staining for these components were obtained from uninfested goats.

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