Serum pepsinogen concentrations rose more rapidly and to higher levels in adult sheep infected with Ostertagia circumcincta and treated orally with the mast cell stabilising agent sodium cromoglycate than they did in adult sheep infected with the parasite which remained untreated. Sodium cromoglycate did not affect the serum pepsinogen concentrations or abomasal pH in uninfected sheep.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||Research in Veterinary Science|
|Publication status||Published - Sept 1987|