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Babesiosis is widespread in France in dogs, horses and cattle. B. divergens, the disease agent of bovine babesiosis is widespread in France. 2 studies were carried out in Sarthe, France, which showed that ticks appear twice a year (spring and autumn). The percentage of positive animals is...

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L'Hostis, M.
Citation
Médecine et Maladies Infectieuses, 1998, 28, 5, Special, pp 359-362
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A "presumptive" epidemiological map for bovine piroplasmosis (Babesia divergens), vector Ixodes ricinus, canine (B. canis) and equine (B. caballi) piroplasmosis (both transmitted by Dermacentor reticulatus) was made for the southern Jura, France. It is based on a study of vegetation preferred by...

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Martinod, S.; Joubert, L.
Citation
Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Veterinaires et de Medecine Comparee de Lyon, 1981, 83, 6, pp 291-297
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Petrovic, Z.
Citation
XXI World Veterinary Congress, 1-7 July, 1979, Moscow. Summaries. Volume 2, Section III: parasitology., 1979, pp 62
Abstract

There are two babesia of cattle: B. bigemina, and B. argentina (previously called B. bovis or Babesiella berbera). They are pathogenic, but clinical cases are rare in zebu cattle provided that their ticks are not removed. Young calves, even those of imported breeds, are also resistant. Most adult ...

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Uilenberg, G.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1964, 17, pp 337-359
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

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

LOUNSBURY (1901) showed that the tick Haemaphysalis leachi, in West Africa, was capable of transmitting the disease known as malignant jaundice in the dog, caused by a piroplasm morphologically identical with P. canis of PIAÑA and GALLI-VALERIO (1895), the cause of haemoglobinuria of dogs in...

Author(s)
Brumpt, E.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1919, 12, 9, pp 651-664 pp.

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