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Author Dubey, J. P., author

Title Neosporosis in animals / J.P. Dubey, A. Hemphill, R. Calero-Bernal, G. Schares
Published Boca Raton ; London ; New York : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2017]


Description 1 online resource (xviii, 529 pages) : illustrations
Contents History -- General biology -- Techniques -- Neosporosis in cattle -- Neosporosis in dogs -- Neosporosis in sheep -- Neosporosis in goats -- Neosporosis in water buffaloes -- Neosporosis in pigs -- Neosporosis in camels and south american camelids -- Neosporosis in felids -- Neosporosis in avian species -- Neosporosis in humans and primates -- Neosporosis in cervids and other wild herbivores -- Neosporosis in white rhinoceros -- Neosporosis in wild canids and other carnivores -- Neosporosis in miscellaneous -- Neospora hughesi and neosporosis in horses and other equids
Summary Abortion is a worldwide problem in the livestock industry accounting for annual economic losses of billions of dollars, and N. caninum is a major cause of it. Neosporosis is a newly recognized disease of animals. Until 1988 it was misdiagnosed as toxoplasmosis. Considerable progress in understanding the biology of neosporosis has been made in the last 30 years, resulting in more than 2,000 scientific publications. The economic importance of abortion in cattle, and the availability of knowledge, reagents, and technology used to study toxoplasmosis, have contributed to the rapid progress in understanding the biology of neosporosis. Written by pioneers in this field, Neosporosis in Animals presents a comprehensive summary of the biology of neosporosis, starting with chapter 1 on the historical background of the discovery of the disease. Subsequent chapters deal with general aspects of the biology of N. caninum (chapter 2), techniques (chapter 3), and the disease caused by this parasite in cattle (chapter 4), dogs (chapter 5), and all other animals including sheep, pigs, primates and humans (chapters 6-18).? This book provides, for the first time in a single authoritative source, a complete account of the structure, biology, clinical disease, diagnosis, epidemiology, treatment, attempts at immunoprophylaxis, and control in all hosts. There are 175 illustrations and tables devoted to the life cycle, structure of parasitic stages, and lesions. More than 2100 references are cited, allowing the reader to locate additional information on specific topics in an efficient way. This book will be useful to a broad range of researchers in biology and veterinarians
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 411-518) and index
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Subject Veterinary parasitology.
Parasitic Diseases, Animal
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Agriculture -- Animal Husbandry.
Veterinary parasitology.
Form Electronic book
Author Hemphill, A., author.
Calero-Bernal, R. (Rafael), 1983- author.
Schares, G., author.
ISBN 9781498752565