Cooperia oncophora

Coo·pe·ri·a on·co·ph'o·ra

species that occurs in cattle and domestic and wild sheep, but rarely in the horse; although worldwide in distribution, it is most common in the northern U.S. and Canada.
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Genetic variability of glutamate-gated chloride channel genes in ivermectin-susceptible and -resistant strains of Cooperia oncophora.
Mutations in the extracellular domains of glutamate-gated chloride channel alpha 3 and beta subunits from ivermectin-resistant Cooperia oncophora affect agonist sensitivity.
In this study for differential diagnostic of cooperia oncophora larvae from other larvae of authentic book were used [24], also for exact distinguish from fecal culture and shape of L3 (there stage form of larvae) were used [11,14,24,25].
The results of present study indicated which from 120 cattle's, 24head of them infected to cooperia oncophora were distinguished and prevalence rate of this parasite 20% were calculated.
1998) indicated which this drug have protective effect on cattle and causes reduce the specific antigen of Cooperia oncophora.