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Background and Aim: Canine babesiosis is a vector-borne disease transmitted by ticks of the Ixodidae family. The effects of infection in dogs can range from the subclinical to the severe lethal form. This study aimed to make an original contribution to the knowledge of circulating species of ...

Author(s)
Kiouani, A.; Azzag, N.; Tennah, S.; Ghalmi, F.
Publisher
Veterinary World, Wankaner, India
Citation
Veterinary World, 2020, 13, 7, pp 1351-1357
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Canine babesiosis is a tick-borne disease with worldwide distribution and global significance. Traditionally, canine babesiosis was caused by B. canis (large Babesia) and B. gibsoni (small Babesia) based on cytological examination of stained blood smears. Currently, molecular techniques have...

Author(s)
Panti-May, J. A.; Rodríguez-Vivas, R. I.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology: Regional Studies and Reports, 2020, 21,
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Babesia sp. are intracellular parasitic organisms that affects mainly the red blood cells of most mammals, causing the disease known as babesiosis, and transmitted by ticks. Babesisosis is potentially fatal and a major disease of dogs in Nigeria. Therefore, active and routine surveillance is...

Author(s)
Obeta, S. S.; Ibrahim, B.; Lawal, I. A.; Natala, J. A.; Ogo, N. I.; Balogun, E. O.
Publisher
Elsevier, Oxford, UK
Citation
Parasite Epidemiology and Control, 2020, 11,
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The low scientific attention in dealing with dog diseases is still present comparing to other animal species in Egypt in spite of its wide spreading as pets, hunting dogs or for other purposes. Canine babesiosis is a haemoprotozoal parasitic disease inducing significant clinical manifestations on...

Author(s)
Hassanen, E. A.; El-Neshwy, W. M.; Anter, R. G. A.; Morsi, A. M.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt
Citation
Zagazig Veterinary Journal, 2020, 48, 3, pp 242-253
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Canine babesiosis is tick-borne infection that represents a major veterinary issue in Central and Eastern Europe with a tendency to expand northwards. The first published report in Latvia about autochthonous cases of babesiosis in domestic dogs with no travel history was in 2013, and to the best of ...

Author(s)
Seleznova, M.; Kivrane, A.; Namina, A.; Krumins, R.; Aleinikova, D.; Lazovska, M.; Akopjana, S.; Capligina, V.; Ranka, R.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, Munich, Germany
Citation
Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 2020, 11, 5,
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Background and Aim: Canine babesiosis, a tick-borne parasitic disease, is caused by the hemoprotozoa, Babesia vogeli, and Babesia gibsoni. Infection with these parasites, which is endemic globally, leads to life-threatening immunosuppression in dogs. The merozoites invade the red blood cells (RBCs) ...

Author(s)
Rawangchue, T.; Sungpradit, S.
Publisher
Veterinary World, Wankaner, India
Citation
Veterinary World, 2020, 13, 7, pp 1294-1302
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Acid-base disturbances have been reported in severe canine babesiosis caused by Babesia rossi (B. rossi), but they have not been studied in babesiosis caused by B. canis. The objective of this study was to determine the acid-base status, blood gases and electrolyte concentrations in naturally...

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Torti, M.; Kuleš, J.; Matijatko, V.; Brkljačić, M.; Kiš, I.; Gotić, J.; Mrljak, V.; Šmit, I.
Publisher
Veterinarski Fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu (Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Zagreb), Zagreb, Croatia
Citation
Veterinarski Arhiv, 2020, 90, 6, pp 603-610
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Canine tick-borne apicomplexan parasites have emerged in recent years, showing a wider geographic distribution and increased global prevalence. A reverse line blot assay was performed on 219 blood samples collected from domestic dogs for simultaneous detection of all named canine piroplasm species...

Author(s)
Aktas, M.; Ozubek, S.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Comparative Immunology, Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, 2017, 52, pp 36-42
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Background: The United Kingdom is considered free of autochthonous transmission of canine babesiosis although cases are reported in dogs associated with recent travel abroad. During the winter months of 2015/16, a cluster of cases of disease in dogs with signs suggestive of canine babesiosis were...

Author(s)
Marco, M. del M. F. de; Hernández-Triana, L. M.; Phipps, L. P.; Hansford, K.; Mitchell, E. S.; Cull, B.; Swainsbury, C. S.; Fooks, A. R.; Medlock, J. M.; Johnson, N.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Parasites and Vectors, 2017, 10, 241, pp (17 May 2017)
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Introduction: Babesiosis is a tick-borne hemo-parasitic disease of domestic and wild animals. Parasites causing babesiosis are considered to infect only specific hosts but some sporadic reports in recent past are in strong disagreement with their host specificity. This is the first report of a...

Author(s)
Panicker, V. P.; Sreedharannair, A. K.; Athira Narayanan; Sisilamma George; Hameed, S. V.
Publisher
Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, Switzerland
Citation
Acta Parasitologica, 2020, 65, 4, pp 913-918

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