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Sarcocystis infection in buffalo meat carabeef in west bengal


, : Sarcocystis infection in buffalo meat carabeef in west bengal. Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences 21(1): 29-31

Prevalence of sarcocysts in buffaloes in West Bengal was reported. Buffaloes (52.08%) were found to be infected. Highest distribution was recorded in the heart muscles. Both Sarcocystis fusiformis and S. levinei were recorded. The prevalence of the disease was more in winter followed by summer and least during monsoon.

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