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seroprevalence of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis in mithun (bos frontalis) in india.a preliminary study on the seroprevalence of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis (ibr) in different strains of mithun maintained atthe national research centre on mithun, nagaland, india, revealed that the overall prevalence of ibr in these mithun was 19%. this paper examines the results of that preliminary study. to the knowledge of the authors, this is the first report on the seroprevalence of ibr in mithun in india. the highest prevalence of ibr was observed in mithun found in arunachal pradesh ...200415861877
status of tick infections among semi-wild cattle in arunachal pradesh, india.to explore the seasonal prevalence of tick infections in mithun (bos frontalis) and yak (b. grunniens) a study was conducted in papum pare district, kurung-kumey district and west kameng district of arunachal pradesh, india from december 2012 to november 2014. adult ticks were collected from both the animals during the month of december 2012 to november 2014. ectoparasites were identified on the basis of their morpho-anatomical features observed through light microscope. a total of nine differen ...201727614479
isolation, identification and retrospective study of foot-and-mouth disease virus from affected mithun (bos frontalis) in north-eastern india.foot-and-mouth disease (fmd) is a contagious disease of cloven-hoofed animals that causes substantial and perpetual economic loss. apart from the contagious nature of the disease, the fmd virus can establish in a "carrier state" among all cloven-hoofed animals. the mithun (bos frontalis), popularly called the "cattle of mountain," is found in the geographically isolated, hilly region of north-east india: arunachal pradesh, nagaland, manipur and mizoram. despite the geographical inaccessibility, ...201728707820
first report on serological evidence of bovine viral diarrhea virus (bvdv) infection in farmed and free ranging mithuns (bos frontalis).despite reports of bvdv infection in several domestic and wild ruminants, no information exists for mithun (bos frontalis) species. hence, this study was undertaken to determine prevalence of bvdv infection in mithuns, which contribute significantly to local economy in the north eastern region of india. blood and serum samples were collected between 2013 and 2016 from mithuns (n = 466) belonging to the states of nagaland, mizoram, and arunachal pradesh. serum samples were tested for bvdv antibod ...201728504301
molecular characterization of setaria digitata from mithun (bos frontalis).mithun is a strongly built hill animal of southeast asia and plays an important role in the socio-economic and cultural life of the tribal population. setaria digitata isolated from peritoneal cavity of mithun both from arunachal pradesh and nagaland were characterized based on conserved region of 12srdna, 28srdna and its-2 and mitochondrial gene coxi. based on sequence analysis, it was found to be 99% similarity with srilankan isolate of s. digitata.201526204175
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