2021
DOI: 10.51791/njap.v15i.1222
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S. I. ETTE, O. B. WILSON, S. R. AMAKIR1

Abstract: In two separate experiments, blood samples from dermatophilosis infected and non-infected cattle were analyzed for their vitamin C content. In the first experiment using abattoir samples, streptothricosis infected animals showed significantly lower lever (P < 0.01) Of ascorbic acid in mg per 100 ml of plasma (0.56) than non-infected ones (1.11). In the second experiment using samples from live animals, a non- significant decrease in the concentration of Vitamin in C was also obse…

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