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Principles of diagnosis of babesiosis or tickborne protozoal infection in diseased animals and investigations of an unharmed herd, and herds with enzootic stability (herd immunity) and instability are considered. Methods used in France for diagnosis of babesiosis caused by Babesia divergens...

Author(s)
Chauvin, A.; Malandrin, L.; Bonnet, S.; L'Hostis, M.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Élevages et Santé, 2007, No.6, pp 28-34, 90
Abstract

During the 1990s, the incidence of major animal diseases declined due to effective prevention and control measures. However in recent years, animal health has returned to the spotlight with a massive increase in cases of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in Europe, as well as episodes of foot...

Author(s)
Boireau, P.; Moutou, F.
Publisher
Éditions du Point Vétérinaire, Maisons-Alfort, France
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 2010, 41, 304, pp 18-19
Abstract

Anaplasmosis and babesioses are tick-borne cattle diseases caused by Anaplasma marginale and various Babesia species, respectively. Both their symptoms and their modes of transmission have some similarities. In Europe, babesiosis is caused by Babesia divergens, an intraerythrocytic parasite that...

Author(s)
Jammes, C.
Publisher
Société Vétérinaire Pratique de France, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société Vétérinaire Pratique de France, 2009, 93, 2, pp 34-41
Abstract

Information is included on 5 tick species found in cattle in France, i.e. Ixodes ricinus, Dermacentor marginatus, D. reticulatus, Haemaphysalis punctata and Rhipicephalus bursa, with I. ricinus and H. punctata being the most important species in transmission of babesiosis, especially Babesia...

Author(s)
L'Hostis, M.; Chauvet, S.; Devers, P.; Chauvin, A.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Élevages et Santé, 2007, No.6, pp 21-26, 90
Abstract

Author(s)
L'Hostis, M.; Chauvin, A.; Seegers, H.; Memeteau, S.
Citation
Épidémiologie et Santé Animale, 1997, No. 31/32, pp 05.B.08
Abstract

Piroplasmosis or babesiosis in cattle in northern Europe is caused either by Babesia divergens, which is transmitted by the tick Ixodes ricinus, or B. major, which is transmitted by the tick Haemaphysalis punctata. B. divergens is responsible for clinical cases which are characterized by fever,...

Author(s)
Baudet, M. H.
Citation
Production Laitière Moderne, 1995, No. 247, pp 42
Abstract

Data on the epidemiology of bovine babesiosis in France were collected in 1988 from 2 sources: a questionnaire sent to large animal veterinary surgeons and blood samples collected from cattle treated for clinical babesiosis. Babesia divergens was common and widespread. B. major was found in only 1...

Author(s)
L'Hostis, M.; Chauvin, A.; Valentin, A.; Marchand, A.; Gorenflot, A.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1995, 136, 2, pp 36-38
Abstract

An account of present knowledge of Babesia divergens infection of cattle in France, including the epidemiology, biology and infection of the vector (Ixodes ricinus), pathogenesis, clinical signs and immunity. Anaplasmosis also occurs in certain parts of France, and may be difficult to distinguish...

Author(s)
Levasseur, G.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1991, No. 6, pp 163-169
Abstract

Protozoology, epidemiology, chemoprophylaxis, vaccination, control of Ixodes ricinus, and infection in man are reviewed.

Author(s)
Bussiéras, J.
Citation
Bulletin Mensuel de la Société Vétérinaire Pratique de France, 1990, 74, 5, pp 297...311
Abstract

The author considers that B. divergens infection is in an unstable endemic situation in the cattle-farming regions of France, where calf premunition does not usually develop. As the many strains differ antigenically, movement of cattle brings the risk of infection with a heterologous strain and...

Author(s)
Morel, P. C.
Citation
Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 1980, 53, 4, pp 451-456

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