39-Title: Ocular and nervous form of theileriosis in a suckling jersey calf- A case report

39-Title: Ocular and nervous form of theileriosis in a suckling jersey calf- A case report

Authors: S Saravanan, T Mohanapriya and R Ramprabhu

Source: Ruminant Science (2021)-10(2):443-446.

How to cite this manuscript: Saravanan S, Mohanapriya T and Ramprabhu R (2021). Ocular and nervous form of theileriosis in a suckling jersey calf- A case report. Ruminant Science 10(2):443-446.


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