2010
DOI: 10.1007/s00580-010-0962-0
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Serum thyroid hormones and trace element concentrations in crossbred holstein cattle naturally infected with Theileria annulata

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“…Significant changes in cattle infected with Theileria annulata were reported in several studies (3,(13)(14)(15)(16). In the present study; RBC count, PCV and Hb concentration in cattle with theileriosis were significantly lower than healthy ones (P<0.05).…”
Section: Discussion and Conclussionsupporting
confidence: 58%
“…Significant changes in cattle infected with Theileria annulata were reported in several studies (3,(13)(14)(15)(16). In the present study; RBC count, PCV and Hb concentration in cattle with theileriosis were significantly lower than healthy ones (P<0.05).…”
Section: Discussion and Conclussionsupporting
confidence: 58%
“…According to previous studies, schizont-infected cells may disseminate through the lymphoid tissues into pituitary and thyroid glands and cause injury and reduce their secretions (Forsyth et al, 1999). It has been reported that following experimental infection with T. annulata, thyroid hormones decreased significantly (Garg et al, 2001;Khalil et al, 2011). Reduced thyroid secretion rate during feed deprivation has also been reported in farm animals (Garg et al, 2001) and it has been postulated that the lower level of T 3 and T 4 could partly be due to the anorexia condition prevailing in the disease.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Some reports stated that schizont-infected cells may disseminate through the lymphoid tissues into pituitary and thyroid glands, causing injury and reducing their secretions [9]. Also, it has been reported that following experimental [21,22] and natural [23] infections with T. annulata in cattle, thyroid hormones decreased significantly. It has been postulated that the lower level of T 3 and T 4 , could partly be due to the anorexia condition, prevailing in the disease.…”
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confidence: 99%