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Anticoccidial Effect of CS 32 Compounds Against Eimeria tenella Infection in Chickens

Jang K, Kim SE, Shim KM, Park HJ, Kim S, Min W, Yoo JC, Kang SS

Coccidiosis-causing Eimeria species are transmitted in poultry via the oral-fecal route and can lead to hemorrhagic diarrhea and mortality. This results in enormous economic losses in the poultry industry. Furthermore,...
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Causative agents and epidemiology of diarrhea in Korean native calves

Lee SH, Kim HY, Choi EW, Kim D

Calf diarrhea caused by infectious agents is associated with economic losses in the cattle industry. The purpose of this study was to identify the causative agents and epidemiological characteristics of...
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Anti-coccidial activity of the ethanol extract of Tribulus terrestris fruits on Eimeria tenella

Hong S, Moon MN, Im EK, Won JS, Yoo JH, Kim O

Anti-coccidial effects of the fruits of Tribulus terrestris (Tribuli fructus) ethanol extract (TTE) were studied with animal experiment following per oral administration with Eimeria (E.) tenella. This experiment was performed...
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Endoparasites of Small Mammals in Edo State, Nigeria: Public Health Implications

Isaac C, Igbinosa B, Ohiolei JA, Osimen CE

Some small mammals occur as household pests and harbour a number of parasites that could be of public health importance. This study profiled the helminth and protozoan parasites in trapped...
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Epidemiological Survey on Eimeria spp. Associated with Diarrhea in Pre-weaned Native Korean Calves

Kim HC, Choe C, Kim S, Chae JS, Yu DH, Park J, Park BK, Choi KS

Bovine coccidiosis is one of the most important parasitic diseases affecting calf productivity. Here, we investigated the prevalence of Eimeria spp. in pre-weaned native Korean calves and determined the correlation...
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Potential Vaccine Targets against Rabbit Coccidiosis by Immunoproteomic Analysis

Song H, Dong R, Qiu B, Jing J, Zhu S, Liu C, Jiang Y, Wu L, Wang S, Miao J, Shao Y

The aim of this study was to identify antigens for a vaccine or drug target to control rabbit coccidiosis. A combination of 2-dimensional electrophoresis, immunoblotting, and mass spectrometric analysis were...
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Anticoccidial effects of the Plantago asiatica extract on experimental Eimeria tenella infection

Hong S, Oh GW, Kang WG, Kim O

Anticoccidial effects of the Plantago asiatica extract (PAE) were evaluated in chickens following oral infection with Eimeria (E.) tenella. This study was conducted on the 3-day-old chickens (n=30). Those animals...
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Effect of Diclazuril on the Bursa of Fabricius Morphology and SIgA Expression in Chickens Infected with Eimeria tenella

Zhou BH, Liu LL, Liu J, Yuan FW, Tian EJ, Wang HW

The effects of diclazuril on the bursa of Fabricius (BF) structure and secretory IgA (SIgA) expression in chickens infected with Eimeria tenella were examined. The morphology of the BF was...
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Suppression of Eimeria tenella Sporulation by Disinfectants

You MJ

The disinfectant effects (DEs) of 10 types of chemicals, defined by their ability to destroy or inhibit oocysts and consequently prevent sporulation of Eimeria tenella field isolate, were evaluated in...
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Effects of Different Sizes of Glass Beads on the Release of Sporocysts from Eimeria tenella Oocysts

You MJ

  • KMID: 1792189
  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2014 Jun;52(3):317-319.
The oocyst wall is severed by means of mechanical injury or chemical agents. This study reports the percentage of in vitro sporocyst release following mechanical shaking in the presence of...
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A Novel Recombinant BCG Vaccine Encoding Eimeria tenella Rhomboid and Chicken IL-2 Induces Protective Immunity Against Coccidiosis

Wang Q, Chen L, Li J, Zheng J, Cai N, Gong P, Li S, Li H, Zhang X

  • KMID: 1792178
  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2014 Jun;52(3):251-256.
A novel recombinant Bacille Calmette-Guerin (rBCG) vaccine co-expressed Eimeria tenella rhomboid and cytokine chicken IL-2 (chIL-2) was constructed, and its efficacy against E. tenella challenge was observed. The rhomboid gene...
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Anticoccidial effects of the root bark of Dictamnus dasycarpus Turcz extract on experimental Eimeria tenella infection

Hong S, Lee HA, Kim DW, Oh GW, Kim O

Anticoccidial effects of the root bark of Dictamnus dasycarpus Turcz (Rutaceae) extract (DDE) were evaluated in chickens following oral infection with Eimeria (E.) tenella. Three-day-old chickens (n=30) were assigned to...
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Efficacy of a DNA Vaccine Carrying Eimeria maxima Gam56 Antigen Gene against Coccidiosis in Chickens

Xu J, Zhang Y, Tao J

To control coccidiosis without using prophylactic medications, a DNA vaccine targeting the gametophyte antigen Gam56 from Eimeria maxima in chickens was constructed, and the immunogenicity and protective effects were evaluated....
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Anticoccidial effects of Galla rhois extract on Eimeria tenella-infected chicken

Lee HA, Hong S, Chung YH, Song KD, Kim O

Anticoccidial effects of Galla rhois (GR) extract were evaluated in chickens after oral infection with Eimeria tenella. This study was performed using 3-day-old chickens (n=30). The animals were divided into...
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An animal model using Eimeria live vaccine and to study coccidiosis protozoa pathogenesis

Lee HA, Hong S, Choe O, Kim O

  • KMID: 1991807
  • Korean J Vet Res.
  • 2011 Sep;51(3):249-252.
Cell culture systems for the protozoan Eimeria are not yet available. The present study was conducted to develop an animal model system by inoculating animals with a live Eimeria vaccine....
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Sensitive and specific identification by polymerase chain reaction of Eimeria tenella and Eimeria maxima, important protozoan pathogens in laboratory avian facilities

Lee HA, Hong S, Chung Y, Kim O

Eimeria tenella and Eimeria maxima are important pathogens causing intracellular protozoa infections in laboratory avian animals and are known to affect experimental results obtained from contaminated animals. This study aimed...
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Effects of Simple and Disposable Chicken Cages for Experimental Eimeria Infections

Yoo J, Kang SH, Jeong J, Kim WH, Kim S, Lillehoj H, Min W

During experimental Eimeria infections in chickens, facilities are often contaminated by fecal oocysts known to be highly resistant to both chemical and enzymatic treatments. Thus, studies using experimental Eimeria infections...
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Changing Patterns of Acute Phase Proteins and Inflammatory Mediators in Experimental Caprine Coccidiosis

Hashemnia , Khodakaram-Tafti A, Razavi SM, Nazifi S

This experiment was conducted to assess the changing patterns and relative values of acute phase proteins and inflammatory cytokines in experimental caprine coccidiosis. Eighteen newborn kids were allocated to 3...
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Some observations on the adaptation of Eimeria tenella (local isolates) sporozoites on chicken embryos through chorioallantoic membrane

Hafeez MA, Akhtar M, Ayaz MM

Eimeria (E.) tenella (local isolate) sporozoites were adapted on the chorioallantoic membrane (CAM) of 10-12 days chicken embryos and completed its life cycle in 6~7 days at 39 degrees C...
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Application of biotechnological tools for coccidia vaccine development

Min W, Dalloul RA, Lillehoj H

  • KMID: 1093621
  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2004 Dec;5(4):279-288.
Coccidiosis is a ubiquitous intestinal protozoan infection of poultry seriously impairing the growth and feed utilization of infected animals. Conventional disease control strategies have relied on prophylactic medication. Due to...
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