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Allergic diagnosis and therapeutic efficacy of Romavermectin in lymph node linguatulosis in sheep


, : Allergic diagnosis and therapeutic efficacy of Romavermectin in lymph node linguatulosis in sheep. Al 22 lea simpozion, Cluj Napoca, 1996 Actualitati in patologia animalelor domestice: lucrari stiintifice: 250-254

A novel metabolic antigen prepared from larval stages of Linguatula serrata (1.24 mg/ml protein) was administered intradermally (0.2 ml each) to 15 sheep. After 30 min, 8 sheep had reacted negatively, 4 uncertainly and 3 positively. None of the negative animals were parasitized, whereas 50% of the 'uncertain' animals had larval and/or nymphal stages of the parasite. All the positive animals had lymph node lesions of Linguatula.


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