*  Organic Eprints - Items affiliated to " Denmark | DARCOF II (2000-2005) | II. 6 (PPS-HW) Research in poultry production...

Schou, T.; Permin, A.; Roepstorff, A.; Sorensen, P. and Kjaer, J. (2003) Comparative genetic resistance to Ascaridia galli ... The effect of concurrent infections with Pasteurella multocida and Ascaridia galli on free range chickens. Veterinary ...
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*  Ascaridia cylindrica - (Blome, 1909)

Kingdom: Animalia , Phylum: Nematoda , Class: Secernentea , Order: Ascaridida , Family: Ascaridiidae , Genus: Ascaridia , ... Ascaridia cylindrica belongs to the Invertebrates group ...
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*  Avian Pathology - DTU Orbit

No protection in chickens immunized by the oral or intra-muscular immunization route with Ascaridia galli soluble antigen. ...
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*  Commercially available amino acid supplementation of low-protein diets for broiler chickens with different ratios of digestible...

24113465 - Ascaridia galli infection affects pullets differently when feed is contaminated with th.... 24398645 - Unrestricted ...
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*  Question Re: 10 day f/u fenbendazole treatment for gapeworms/capillary worms | BackYard Chickens

Post-mortem examination 15 to 21 days later showed that the drug was 100% effective against Ascaridia galli and Heterakis ... Fenbendazole 4% (Panacur, Hoechst) administered in feed was used to treat chickens infected with Ascaridia galli, Heterakis ...
https://backyardchickens.com/threads/question-re-10-day-f-u-fenbendazole-treatment-for-gapeworms-capillary-worms.1157612/

*  TiHo Hannover - Alumni

The influence of non-starch-polysaccharides on experimental infections with Ascaridia galli and Heterakis gallinarum in layer ...
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*  Helminth parasites of domestic pigeons (Columba livia domestica) in Sebele, Gaborone, Botswana

The cestode genus Raillietina and two species of nematodes, Dispharynx spiralis and Ascaridia columbae were recovered. Most ...
https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/19084

*  American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information

The Effect of Ivermectin Pour-on Administration Against Natural Ascaridia Galli. Infestation and its Prevalence in Native ...
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*  ascaridiasis: Topics by WorldWideScience.org

Mean Ascaridia dissimilis total counts in randomly selected birds were 14.4 and 33.0 prior to the first and second treatments, ... Infected control bird mean Ascaridia dissimilis burdens, with all stages combined, ranged from 351.1 on day 63 to 117.2 on day ... The use of fenbendazole in the treatment of commercial turkeys infected with Ascaridia dissimilis. ...
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*  WAAVP 2015 - Scientific Programme

482: Comparison between strategic and TST deworming strategy against Ascaridia galli in commercial laying hens. 649: ...
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SRUTI LISTRA ADRENALIN, 061011092 (2014) ANTIGENISITAS PROTEIN Ascaridia galli TERHADAP SERUM MENCIT Anti-Ascaridia galli DAN ... IDA YUNIARTI, 061011206 (2014) EFFECT OF GARLIC (Allium sativum) INFUSION ON TIME OF DEATH OF Ascaridia galli. Skripsi thesis, ... IKA WAHYUNI, 061011046 (2014) DETEKSI REAKSI SILANG PROTEIN Raillietina tetragona DENGAN ANTIBODI Ascaridia galli MENGGUNAKAN ... NADYA PERMATA, 061011269 (2014) ANTIGENISITAS PROTEIN Ascaridia galli TERHADAP SERUM Raillietina tetragona MENGGUNAKAN TEKNIK ...
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*  Items where Subject is "S Agriculture | SF Animal culture | SF600-1100 Veterinary medicine | SF780.2-780.7 Veterinary...

Nurinda Adibil Khasanah, 061111047 (2015) REAKSI SILANG ANTIGEN Ascaridia galli DENGAN SERUM ANTI-Heterakis gallinarum ... INFUSION ON LETHAL DEATH TIME OF Ascaridia galli IN VITRO. Skripsi thesis, UNIVERSITAS AIRLANGGA. ... TERHADAP GAMBARAN HISTOPATOLOGI HEPAR AYAM YANG DIINFEKSI CACING Ascaridia galli. Skripsi thesis, UNIVERSITAS AIRLANGGA. ...
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*  "Parasites of Civets (Mammalia, Viverridae) in Sabah, Borneo: A Coprolo" by Christina P. Colon and Sharon Patton

Monocystis cysts and possibly Ascaridia eggs. Because many parasite groups detected have intermediate and definitive hosts that ... Monocystis cysts and possibly Ascaridia eggs. Because many parasite groups detected have intermediate and definitive hosts that ...
academicworks.cuny.edu/kb_pubs/43/

*  Nematodes found in Sweden - PDF

10 Heterakidae 3 arter/species Ascaridia compar SVA Ascaridia galli SVA Heterakis gallinarum SVA Subuluridae 2 arter/species ...
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*  ASBO | definition of ASBO by Medical dictionary

Looking for online definition of ASBO in the Medical Dictionary? ASBO explanation free. What is ASBO? Meaning of ASBO medical term. What does ASBO mean?
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*  Biology, Geography & Health Research: Chapter 1317

Mishra, S.K.; Agarwal, A.; Sen, R.; Ghatak, S., 1985: Characterization of mitochondrial monoamine oxidase of Ascaridia galli ...
https://eurekamag.com/research/001/316/

*  Biology, Geography & Health Research: Section 39

Melendez, RD.; Lindquist, WD., 1979: Experimental life cycle of Ascaridia columbae in intravenously infected pigeons, Columba ...
https://eurekamag.com/research/038/

*  Biology, Geography & Health Research: Chapter 1615

Salih, NE.; Saleem, KM., 1987: In vitro hatching of the infective eggs of Ascaridia galli in tissue extracts ... effect of cyproheptadine hydrochloride on Ascaridia galli ...
https://eurekamag.com/research/001/614/

*  Biology, Geography & Health Research: Chapter 6068

Dubinsky, P.; Rybos, M., 1978: Participation of amino acids in the post invasion developmental stages of ascaridia galli ...
https://eurekamag.com/research/006/067/

*  Ascared synonyms, ascared antonyms - FreeThesaurus.com

Ascaridia. *Ascaridia. *Ascaridia galli. *Ascaridia galli. *Ascaridia Galli Fatty Acid-Binding Protein ...
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*  Ascarides | Article about Ascarides by The Free Dictionary

Ascaridia. *Ascaridia. *Ascaridia galli. *Ascaridia galli. *Ascaridia Galli Fatty Acid-Binding Protein ...
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*  Hindustan Animal Feeds | beef cow feed, beef cow food, beef cow forage, beef cow fodder, beef cow feed manufacturer

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(1/22) Ascaridia galli fatty acid-binding protein, a member of the nematode polyprotein allergens family.

A fatty acid-binding protein from the nematode Ascaridia galli was characterized. The gene was isolated and recombinantly expressed in Escherichia coli. According to the deduced amino acid sequence A. galli fatty acid-binding protein (AgFABP) belongs to the family of nematode polyprotein allergens, as shown by Western blotting and PCR analysis with genomic DNA and cDNA. Both native and recombinant proteins bind fatty acids and retinoids with high affinity. The fluorescent fatty acid analogue 11-[(5-dimethylaminonaphthalene-1-sulfonyl)amino] undecanoic acid (DAUDA) shows substantial changes in its emission spectrum when bound to AgFABP; this binding is reversed by fatty acids such as oleate. Moreover, changes of the intrinsic fluorescence of retinol and retinoic acid confirm retinoid binding activity of AgFABP. Fluorescence titration experiments with DAUDA indicate stoichiometric binding to a single binding site per monomer unit with affinities (Kd) of 1.6 and 1.8 x 10(-7) m for native and the recombinant protein, respectively. The apparent binding affinities of the nonfluorescent ligands were calculated in displacement experiments with DAUDA and values in the same range were obtained for myristic, palmitic, oleic, linoleic, arachidonic and retinoic acid. Additionally, the binding affinity of AgFABP for oleate and palmitate was determined by direct and indirect radiochemical analysis and the values obtained were similar to those from the fluorescent experiments. Both proteins show a preference for the binding of long-chain saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, but not for short chain (C3-C12) and branched fatty acids, cholesterol and tryptophan.  (+info)

(2/22) Cerebral larva migrans in a raccoon (Procyon lotor).

During 1997, gross and histopathologic examinations were performed on an adult female raccoon (Procyon lotor) that was live-trapped in Corvallis, Oregon. Multifocal eosinophilic granulomas indicative of neural and visceral larva migrans were observed. However, within these granulomas, the presence of parasitic larva was seen only in the cerebrum. Morphologic characteristics indicated that the nematode was an ascarid larva. However, it was smaller than the larva of Baylisascaris sp. This appears to be the first documented case of cerebral larva migrans in a raccoon.  (+info)

(3/22) Cephaibols, new peptaibol antibiotics with anthelmintic properties from Acremonium tubakii DSM 12774.

Two groups of new peptaibol-type antibiotics termed cephaibols have been isolated from the fungus Acremonium tubakii, DSM 12774. These 16- or 17-unit straight-chain peptides, whose structures were characterized by amino acid analyses, 2-D NMR experiments, and by mass spectrometric sequencing, have a high content of the unusual amino acids aminoisobutyric acid and isovaline. The principal constituent of the novel peptaibol mixture is cephaibol A, which is formed in abundance in cultures of the wild strain. The striking biological property of cephaibol A is its pronounced anthelmintic action and activity against ectoparasites.  (+info)

(4/22) Conformational and functional analysis of the lipid binding protein Ag-NPA-1 from the parasitic nematode Ascaridia galli.

Ag-NPA-1 (AgFABP), a 15 kDa lipid binding protein (LBP) from Ascaridia galli, is a member of the nematode polyprotein allergen/antigen (NPA) family. Spectroscopic analysis shows that Ag-NPA-1 is a highly ordered, alpha-helical protein and that ligand binding slightly increases the ordered secondary structure content. The conserved, single Trp residue (Trp17) and three Tyr residues determine the fluorescence properties of Ag-NPA-1. Analysis of the efficiency of the energy transfer between these chromophores shows a high degree of Tyr-Trp dipole-dipole coupling. Binding of fatty acids and retinol was accompanied by enhancement of the Trp emission, which allowed calculation of the affinity constants of the binary complexes. The distance between the single Trp of Ag-NPA-1 and the fluorescent fatty acid analogue 11-[(5-dimethylaminonaphthalene-1- sulfonyl)amino]undecanoic acid (DAUDA) from the protein binding site is 1.41 nm as estimated by fluorescence resonance energy transfer. A chemical modification of the Cys residues of Ag-NPA-1 (Cys66 and Cys122) with the thiol reactive probes 5-({[(2-iodoacetyl)amino]ethyl}amino) naphthalene-1-sulfonic acid (IAEDANS) and N,N'-dimethyl-N-(iodoacetyl)-N'-(7-nitrobenz-2-oxa-1,3-diazol-4-yl)ethylenediamin e (IANBD), followed by MALDI-TOF analysis showed that only Cys66 was labeled. The observed similar affinities for fatty acids of the modified and native Ag-NPA-1 suggest that Cys66 is not a part of the protein binding pocket but is located close to it. Ag-NPA-1 is one of the most abundant proteins in A. galli and it is distributed extracellularly mainly as shown by immunohistology and immunogold electron microscopy. This suggests that Ag-NPA-1 plays an important role in the transport of fatty acids and retinoids.  (+info)

(5/22) The highly abundant protein Ag-lbp55 from Ascaridia galli represents a novel type of lipid-binding proteins.

Lipid-binding proteins exhibit important functions in lipid transport, cellular signaling, gene transcription, and cytoprotection. Their functional analogues in nematodes are nematode polyprotein allergens/antigens and fatty acid and retinoid-binding proteins. This work describes a novel 55-kDa protein, Ag-lbp55, purified from the parasitic nematode Ascaridia galli. By direct N-terminal sequencing, a partial amino acid sequence was obtained that allowed the design of oligonucleotide primers to obtain the full-length cDNA sequence. Sequence analysis revealed the presence of an N-terminal signal peptide of 25 amino acid residues and a FAR domain at the C terminus. Data base searches showed almost no significant homologies to other described proteins. The secondary structure of Ag-lbp55 was predominantly alpha-helical (65%) as shown by CD spectroscopy. It was found to bind with high affinity fatty acids (caprylic, oleic, and palmitic acid) and their fluorescent analogue dansylaminoundecanic acid. Immunolocalization showed that Ag-lbp55 is a highly abundant protein, mainly distributed in the inner hypodermis and extracellularly in the pseudocoelomatic fluid. A similar staining pattern was observed in other pathogenic nematodes, indicating the existence of similar proteins in these species.  (+info)

(6/22) A new anthelmintic cyclodepsipeptide, PF1022A.

The novel anthelmintic cyclodepsipeptide PF1022A was isolated from cultured mycelia of Mycelia Sterilia PF1022 (FERM BP-2671). It showed strong anthelmintic activities against Ascaridia galli in chickens. The structure of PF1022A was determined to be cyclo(D-lactyl-L-N-methylleucyl-D-3-phenyllactyl-L-N-meth ylleucyl-D-lactyl-L-N- methylleucyl-D-3-phenyllactyl-L-N-methylleucyl) by spectroscopic analyses and chemical studies.  (+info)

(7/22) Prevalence and chemo-therapeutical investigations of gastrointestinal nematodes in domestic pigeons in Lahore, Pakistan.

The prevalence of gastrointestinal nematodes was studied in 143 (80 male and 63 female) domestic pigeons. Faecal samples were collected to determine the gastrointestinal nematodes of domestic pigeons through qualitative and quantitative faecal examinations. A total of 48 (male 33 and 25 female) naturally infected domestic pigeons were divided into G1 (albendzdole) and G2 (fenbendazole) treatment-groups along with one control group (C). The overall prevalence of gastrointestinal nematodes was 40.5% (58/143) in domestic pigeons. Likewise, the prevalence of gastrointestinal nematodes in males and females was found 41.3% (33/58) and 39.7% (25/58) respectively. The overall prevalence of Capillaria obsignata and Ascaridia columbae was found to be 67.2% and 32.8%, respectively. The prevalence of C. obsignata and A. columbae in males was 72.7% (24/33) and 27.8% (9/33) and in females was 60% (15/25) and 40% (10/25), respectively. There was no significant sex related difference seen in the prevalence of C. obsignata (p>0.56) and A. columbae (p>0.40) in domestic pigeons, respectively. The overall efficacy of albendazole and fenbendazole was calculated to be 66% and 71%. A remarkable significant difference (p<0.05) was observed in eggs per gram before and after treatment in both G1 and G2 treated-groups. The efficacy of fenbendazole was found to be more significant (p<0.02) than albendazole.  (+info)

(8/22) Structure-activity relationship of anthelmintic cyclooctadepsipeptides.

The relationship between cyclooctadepsipeptides and their anthelmintic efficacy was examined by converting the natural products, PF1022A, PF1022E and PF1022H. Some analogues substituted at the para position of the phenyllactate moiety showed higher or equivalent activity against the parasitic nematode, Ascaridia galli in chicken when compared with the parent compounds. It is suggested that lipophilicity and the polar surface area, in addition to structural requirements of the derivatives, influenced the anthelmintic efficacy in vivo.  (+info)



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  • The cestode genus Raillietina and two species of nematodes, Dispharynx spiralis and Ascaridia columbae were recovered. (up.ac.za)