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An association between large proportions of intestinal parasites, particularly trematodes, found in dead emaciateû cornmon loom (Govio immer) and other avian species, suggests that parasites can cause or contribute to a debilitating proces that results in the demise of wild, fiee-ranging seabirds. ...
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There is disclosed a process for detecting an RNA virus in a tissue cell or fluid sample, e.g. clinical, suspected of containing the virus. The process comprises heating the sample to a temperature sufficient for protein uncoating the RNA virus, in the presence of an RNase enzyme inhibitor active at...
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A significant proportion of infected mink of non-Aleutian genotype naturally resists progression to immune complex disease. The nature of the AD resistance is presumably genetic. While hypergammaglubulinemia can be insensitively detected by an iodine test, more sensitive diagnosis of hyper-γ globul...
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A small commercial hunt for 5-7 weeks old grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) occurs intermittently around the Canadian Maritime provinces and may expand in the near future. We sought to better understand and, where possible, improve the harvesting methods of this hunt. We compared the use of the regula...
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The author describes the effects on the prevalence of cattle trypanosomiasis of increasing cattle production in the sub-humid regions of southern Nigeria, and compares the results with infection levels in 1984 in northern Nigeria where Glossina and trypanosomiasis were being actively controlled. Inf...
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One of limiting factors in shrimp culture is the mortality at the larval stage. Often bacterial diseases are suspected to be the origin of this damage. This work concerns the study of relations between microorganisms (bacteria and Vibrio) and peneids. Observations induced a new approach to bacteriol...
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Clinical muscular and neurological signs are described for 13 Smooth Fox Terriers affected with a congenital form of myasthenia gravis. Treatment with a long-acting cholinesterase inhibitor in six cases resulted in temporary improvement in muscle strength. From examination of the phenotypes of 132 S...
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