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Articles by T.A. Qureshi
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  T.A. Qureshi , K.B. Mirbahar , M.U. Samo , N.M. Soomro , A.A. Solangi and A. Memon
  This study was carried out to study the characteristics of Caprine anaphylaxis with emphasis on clinical features observed during pre and post Sensitization. Six goats of mixed breed were sensitized to the repeated injections of horse serum. During sensitization common clinical signs observed after second and third antigenic injections were frequent urination, defecation, cough, nasal secretion, irregular respiration and heart beat, dullness and depression confirms the success of sensitization. After a latent period of three weeks, all animals were challenged to horse plasma intravenously. Post challenge clinical signs included respiratory distress characterized by a multifold increase in frequency and thoracolumbar irregular and jerky respiration, nasal secretion, severe coughs, shivering, paddling and kicking. Auscultation revealed moist rales over the lung area. Animals were dull, depressed and unwilling to move. The clinical signs observed during anaphylaxis indicate that the lung may be the major shock organ of anaphylaxis in goats. The results of this study will help in the establishment of appropriate and specific therapy for Type-I hypersensitivity reactions (Anaphylactic- shock) in goat specie.
  A.G. Arijo , T.A. Qureshi and Z.A. Pathan
  This study was conducted to screen different snail species to determine their susceptibility for different parasitic infections and also to determine LC50 and LC90 values. The screening of snail species infected with Schistosome parasite and mean number of cercariae shed by individual infected snail was 184±12. The experiment on relationship of snail size and dose of Niclosamide showed that juvenile snails were more susceptible to chemical when compared with adult snails. A series of seven experiments indicated that concentration of 0.067 and 0.109 mg L-1 were required to kill 50 and 90% snails, respectively in an exposure period of 24 h and no death occurred in recovery period.
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