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Bartonellae are gram-negative facultative intracellular alpha-proteobacteria from the family Bartonellaceae. The natural history of bartonellae consists of a reservoir/host, which is a vertebrate with chronic intravascular infection with sustained bacteremia, and a vector (usually an arthropod)...

Author(s)
Mediannikov, O.; Davoust, B.; Cabre, O.; Rolain, J. M.; Raoult, D.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Comparative Immunology, Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, 2011, 34, 6, pp 497-501
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

The oral m.l.d. of carbophenothion (Trithion) for 27 sheep, 4 cows, 4 donkeys, and 36 fowls was 20-40 mg., 20 mg., 30 mg., and 70-90 mg./kg. body wt. respectively. There was considerable variation in toxicity, especially between tests carried out in Paris and Tunis. Atropine was an unsatisfactory...

Author(s)
Hassani, A.
Publisher
Paris,
Citation
Thesis, 1964, pp 107 pp.
Abstract

A very comprehensive account of the geographical and seasonal distribution and of the host relationships of ticks found in North America. Very useful host lists and maps showing distribution in the U.S.A. are given for each of the most important species from information based on the records and...

Author(s)
Bishopp, F. C.; Trembley, H. L.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1945, 81, pp 1-54
Abstract

II. These papers deal with infections in Algeria with recently described species of rickettsia, the first and second articles being brief notes and the third a comprehensive study which also reviews the literature dealing with rickettsial infections in animals.
The rickettsia are described as...

Author(s)
DONATIEN, A.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1937, 30, pp 451-452
Abstract

B.c. is known to be transmitted under natural conditions by H.I., Rhipicephalus sanguineus and Dermacentor reticulatus[Dermacentor pictus], and experimentally by D. andersoni. A dog which had passed through infections with strains from Morocco and France transmitted by Rh.s. and D.r. succumbed to...

Author(s)
BRUMPT, E.
Publisher
Masson, Paris, France
Citation
Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee, 1938, 16, pp 97-116
Abstract

I. These papers deal with infections in Algeria with recently described species of rickettsia, the first and second articles being brief notes and the third a comprehensive study which also reviews the literature dealing with rickettsial infections in animals.
The rickettsia are described as minute ...

Author(s)
DONATIEN, A.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Publisher
Fr.,
Citation
Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 1937, 10, pp 183-187
Abstract

III. These papers deal with infections in Algeria with recently described species of rickettsia, the first and second articles being brief notes and the third a comprehensive study which also reviews the literature dealing with rickettsial infections in animals.
The rickettsia are described as...

Author(s)
DONATIEN, A.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Citation
Arch. Inst. Pasteur d'Algerie, 1937, 15, pp 142-187
Abstract

This comprehensive memoir should be consulted in the original by all those who desire to obtain succinct information upon the facts hitherto ascertained with regard to piroplasms in cattle. It is not possible to do more than review the most recent knowledge and essential points in the course of an...

Author(s)
BRUMPT, E.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1920, 13, 6, pp 416-460 pp.
Abstract

The author describes his discovery of Brazilian spirochaetosis while engaged in France in studying the biology and pathogenicity of cattle ticks originally obtained from Brazil in 1915. These ticks, which had been collected from apparently healthy slaughterhouse cattle, produced thousands of...

Author(s)
BRUMPT, E
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1919, 12, 10, pp 748-757 pp.

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