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Bovine babesiosis is a disease that usually causes losses in the livestock sector, so it is necessary to diagnose early the haemoparasite in cattle. The aim of this study was the detection, by duplex pcr, of Babesia species that are present in cattle of the municipality of Los Palmitos in the...

Author(s)
Martínez-Mercado, M. R.; Caraballo-Blanco, L. E.; Blanco-Tuirán, P. J.
Publisher
Corpoica (Corporación Colombiana de Investagación Agropecuaria), Bogotá, Colombia
Citation
Ciencia y Tecnologia Agropecuaria, 2019, 20, 1, pp 29-40 (Es), 41-52 (En)
Abstract

Background: Babesia bigemina and B. bovis are two economically important hemoparasites affecting both cattle and buffaloes involved in dairy and beef production. In Colombia, although some parasitological and serological studies suggest an endemicity of these pathogens in areas under 1000 m, little ...

Author(s)
Jaimes-Dueñez, J.; Triana-Chávez, O.; Holguín-Rocha, A.; Tobon-Castaño, A.; Mejía-Jaramillo, A. M.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Parasites and Vectors, 2018, 11, 510, pp (12 September 2018)
AbstractFull Text

Background & objectives: The presence of Babesia spp. in humans, bovine cattle and ticks (the transmitting vector) has not been well characterized in Colombia. Babesia infection in humans can be overlooked due to similarity of the disease symptoms with malaria specially in the regions where malaria ...

Author(s)
González, J.; Echaide, I.; Pabón, A.; Piñeros J., J. G.; Blair, S.; Tobón-Castaño, A.
Publisher
National Institute of Malaria Research, Delhi, India
Citation
Journal of Vector Borne Diseases, 2018, 55, 3, pp 222-229
Abstract

In Colombia, vector-borne diseases are one of the most important problems in the livestock industry. The present study reports parasitological and molecular surveys of vector-borne pathogens in cattle from two high-value livestock areas in Colombia. A total of 464 samples (226 from Antioquia and...

Author(s)
Jaimes-Dueñez, J.; Triana-Chávez, O.; Mejía-Jaramillo, A. M.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 2017, 8, 2, pp 290-299
Abstract

The livestock tick Rhipicephalus microplus is a high importance ectoparasite in cattle raised at tropical and sub-tropical regions producing direct losses since reduce meat and milk production and cause leather injury besides transmission of pathogenic agents such as Babesia bovis, Babesia bigemina ...

Author(s)
Pulido-Medellín, M. O.; Rodríguez-Vivas, R. I.; García-Corredor, D. J.; Díaz-Anaya, A. M.; Andrade-Becerra, R. J.
Publisher
Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Maracay, Venezuela
Citation
Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad Central de Venezuela, 2015, 56, 2, pp 75-81
Abstract

In Colombia, cattle industry is the third level of economic importance after oil and agriculture exploitation systems. This economic resource is affected by hemoparasitic diseases like bovine babesiosis. Transmission of babesiosis is determined by the vector-parasitic-host relation and biotic and...

Author(s)
Ríos Osorio, L. A.; Zapata Salas, R.; Reyes, J.; Mejia, J.; Baena, A.
Publisher
Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad del Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela
Citation
Revista Cientifica, Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad del Zulia, 2010, 20, 5, pp 485-492
AbstractFull Text

In Colombia all cattle raising areas located in tropical areas of low and medium altitude are considered endemic for haemoparasites of cattle, but sometimes losses are minimized by the development of immunity and the achievement of a state of equilibrium in populations. Generally, in the field the...

Author(s)
Benavides Ortiz, E.; Vizcaíno Gerdts, O.; Polanco Palencia, N.; Mestra Pineda, A.; Betancur Hurtado, O. J.
Publisher
Universidad CES, Facultad Veterinaria y Zootecnia, Medellín, Colombia
Citation
Revista CES Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, 2012, 7, 1, pp 33-48
AbstractFull Text

Babesiosis is a cattle disease transmitted by Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus ticks and caused by protozoan parasites Babesia bovis and Babesia bigemina. An area is considered as epizootiologically stable to Babesia spp. when 75% of the cattle between the ages of 3 to 9 months are seroreactive...

Author(s)
Zapata Salas, R.; Ramírez, N. L.; Baena Zapata, A.; Reyes Vélez, J.; Ríos Osorio, L. A.
Publisher
Universidad de la Salle, Bogota, Colombia
Citation
Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, 2011, No.21, pp 63-71
Abstract

The author spent a year investigating protozoal infections among about 4000 cattle in Colombia. Some deaths were caused by infections with Anaplasma marginale, Babesia bovis and Trypanosoma vivax. Other parasites identified in blood smears were Eperythrozoon wenyoni, Babesia bigemina, Trypanosoma...

Author(s)
Nowak, F.
Publisher
Tierärztliche Hochschule, Hannover, German Federal Republic
Citation
Epidemiologische Untersuchungen in Rinderbeständen im mittleren Sinutal (Cordoba, Kolumbien)., 1990, pp 102 pp.
Abstract

B. bovis antigen derived from infected Boophilus microplus from Cordoba (Colombia) and cultured for 4 years in the laboratory was evaluated in the ELISA and was compared with Australian B. bovis antigen from cattle. The ELISA technique, in which the results were assessed by the difference in...

Author(s)
Doherr, M. G. E.
Publisher
Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover, Hannover, Germany
Citation
Enzymserologisches Verfahren (ELISA) unter Verwendung von Kultur-Antigen zum Nachweis von Babesia bovis-Infektionen., 1990, pp 105 pp.

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