Subject: confined cattle | epidemiology | treatment | Full Paper | Moniezia benedeni | Oribatula sakamorii | Parasitology
ABSTRACT Infection with Moniezia benedeni is sometimes found in confined cattle in Japan. Between October 2011 and January 2013, we monitored the fecal egg prevalence at a confined cattle farm in Miyazaki prefecture where continuous M. benedeni infection has been recogn... View more
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