Setaria cervi

Se·tar·i·a cer·'vi

a species that occurs in the abdominal cavity of cattle, buffalo, bison, yak, and various deer, but rarely in sheep.
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Eye woms such as Setaria cervi were recognized on careful examination of eye.
Antifilarial activity has been demonstrated with an alcoholic extract of neem flowers against Setaria cervi, a parasitic nematode of the water buffalo (Bubalis bubalis) (9).
There are claims of antifilarial activity for Azadirachta indica (3) and Pongamia pinnata (4) against cattle filarial parasite Setaria cervi, Xylocarpus granatum, Tinospora crispa and Andrographis paniculata against B.
Antifilarial potential of the fruits and leaves extracts of Pongamia pinnata on cattle filarial parasite Setaria cervi. Phytother Res 2003; 17: 1104-7.
To cite a few for example, ethanolic and aqueous extracts of Azadirachta indica on the cattle filarial parasite Setaria cervi, showed inhibitory effect against whole worm as well as the nerve muscle preparation of the organism and microfilariae (7).