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An ill-defined syndrome, involving a decline in milk yield, that occurs in cattle in the Rhone plain in Switzerland, principally in spring and autumn, and of which the cause was formerly not recognised, is shown to be due to infection with Babesia bovis transmitted by Ixodes ricinus (L.). This tick ...

Morisod, A.; Brossard, M.; Lambert, C.; Suter, H.; Aeschlimann, A.
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1972, 114, 8, pp 387-391