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Experimental Eimeria bovis infection in calves. 2. Calcium, magnesium and phosphorus metabolism



Experimental Eimeria bovis infection in calves. 2. Calcium, magnesium and phosphorus metabolism



Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift 75(12): 480-485, 488



4 calves (group A) were orally infected with 5 x 104 sporulated oocysts of E. bovis and reinfected with 1 x 105 oocysts four weeks later. 5 other calves (group B) were infected once with 1 x 105 oocysts. Uninfected calves acted as pair-fed controls. Faecal excretion of calcium, phosphorus and magnesium was lower in infected than in control calves.

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