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seasonal development of cyathostominae larvae on pasture in a northern temperate region of the united kingdom.a study following the development of cyathostominae from egg to the infective larval third stage was conducted from april to december 2001 in west central scotland. duplicate samples (1 kg) of naturally infected faeces were placed on a 78 cm2 plot each week on a cyathostomin-free pasture. subsamples of the grass surrounding the faecal plot were collected weekly on four occasions and the number of larvae obtained determined. few larvae were recovered in the first week of development of individual ...200415154595
description of the first case of equine infectious anaemia in northern ireland. 200617127763
seascape with monkeys and guinea-pigs: britain's biological weapons research programme, 1948-54.the british biological weapons (bw) research programme based at porton down continued after the second world war. five series of bw experiments with animals at sea were undertaken to supplement laboratory work. the causative organisms for plague, brucellosis, tularemia and later venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis and vaccinia viruses were tested in the caribbean near antigua in the late 1940s, in hebridean waters (north-west scotland) in the early 1950s and off nassau in the bahamas in 1953-54. ...200314703127
tokyo story. a british nurse is setting up an infection control service in japan.tokyo is an amazing capital city, just as you would expect: tall buildings, bright lights, overcrowded and fast paced. japan was a bit of a culture shock at first, but things have settled down since i learned a few key japanese phrases for such questions as 'can i have... ?' and 'where is... ?' there are many places to visit in this city of almost 15 million people. getting around is straightforward, as there is an efficient underground system with the station names in english as well as japanes ...200515819325
cem (contagious equine metritis) in northern ireland. 19827179682
leptospiral infection in horses in northern ireland: serological and microbiological findings.thirteen strains of pathogenic leptospires were isolated from 12 of 91 horses; seven strains belonged to the australis serogroup (serotype bratislava) with three, two and one strains belonging to the icterohaemorrhagiae, hebdomadis (serotype hardjo) and autumnalis serogroups respectively. using leptospires isolated from horses and others representing the known parasitic leptospira serogroups, a sample of 650 mares' sera was tested for agglutinating antibodies. antibodies were found in 89.1 per c ...19836641678
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