2005
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352005000300006
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Abstract: Occurrence of antibodies to ABSTRACTThree-hundred and eighty-five serum samples were taken from dairy cows on 90 farms in 12 counties from the northern region of the Paraná State, Brazil. The samples were analyzed by IFAT for the detection of anti-Neospora caninum and anti-Toxoplasma gondii IgG antibodies. Forty-five (12%) samples were seropositive to N. caninum, while 102 (26%) samples were seropositive to T. gondii. Only four animals were seropositive to both coccidia. No significant difference was observed … Show more

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“…Alternatively, Ogawa et al (2005), Vogel et al (2006), Corbellini et al (2006) and Oshiro et al (2007) reported lower seropositive values of 12%, 11.4%, 17.8% and 14.9%, respectively. In contrast, Boaventura et al (2006), Guimarães et al (2006), Locatelli-Dittrich et al (2008) and Benetti et al (2009), found 40.7%, 90%, 33% and 53.5% of positive animals had antibodies against N. caninum.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…Alternatively, Ogawa et al (2005), Vogel et al (2006), Corbellini et al (2006) and Oshiro et al (2007) reported lower seropositive values of 12%, 11.4%, 17.8% and 14.9%, respectively. In contrast, Boaventura et al (2006), Guimarães et al (2006), Locatelli-Dittrich et al (2008) and Benetti et al (2009), found 40.7%, 90%, 33% and 53.5% of positive animals had antibodies against N. caninum.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…A prevalência encontrada neste estudo está abaixo das encontradas por Marana et al (1994) (GARRIDO et al, 1972;COSTA;COSTA, 1978;MARANA et al, 1994;OGAWA et al, 2005;ALBUQUERQUE et al, 2005), sendo que Garrido et al (1972) afirmaram que animais com títulos mais baixos possuem infecção latente e, com títulos mais elevados, possuem uma forma ativa da doença.…”
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“…The seroprevalence of T. gondii infection in flocks of sheep in Brazil ranges from 7.0% to 54.6% (MOURA et al, 2007;OGAWA et al, 2003). The only study in Bahia state with sheep was carried out in the metropolitan region of Salvador and Recôncavo, with prevalence of 18.75% (GONDIM et al, 1999).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%