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Haematological values in cattle experimentally infected with a Venezuelan isolate of Trypanosoma vivax. Part I. Erythrocytes


, : Haematological values in cattle experimentally infected with a Venezuelan isolate of Trypanosoma vivax. Part I. Erythrocytes. Revista de Salud Animal 14(1/2): 31-39

A haematological evaluation of cattle infected with a Venezuelan isolate of Trypanosoma vivax is presented. A group of 4 Holstein cows were inoculated with 2.25 x 106 trypanosomes in 5 ml of blood from an infected calf. The 4 infected animals and 2 uninfected controls were bled twice a week in order to determine parasitaemia and haematological parameters such as haematocrit, haemoglobin concentration, erythrocyte morphology and erythrocytic index.

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