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This article discusses the status of livestock breeding and production about 50 years ago wherein the date was during the late 1960's and how a veterinarian from a veterinary school in Haute-Savoie, France during that time played a significant role in the improvements and progress with regards to...

Author(s)
Grosclaude, J.; Thibier, M.
Publisher
Académie d'Agriculture de France, Paris, France
Citation
Comptes Rendus de l'Académie d'Agriculture de France, 2013, 99, 3, pp 27-34
Abstract

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

Babesia divergens, transmitted by the tick Ixodes ricinus, is the main blood protozoa in cattle from France. It is responsible for most of the cases of bovine babesiosis in Europe, but the clinical expression of the disease is not systematic, notably in the context of enzootic stability because of...

Author(s)
Chauvin, A.; Malandrin, L.; Agoulon, A.; Bastian, S.; Cesbron, N.; L'Hostis, M.
Publisher
Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA), Paris, France
Citation
15èmes Recontres autour des Recherches sur les Ruminants, Paris, les 3 et 4 décembre 2008, 2008, pp 29-32
Abstract

Hard ticks are haematophagous arthropods belonging to the family Ixodidae, and parasitize all classes of vertebrates in virtually all regions of the world. They do not have a significant direct pathogenic role in temperate regions, but in tropical zones they have an intensity of infestation that...

Author(s)
Halos, L.; Chauvin, A.
Publisher
Société Vétérinaire Pratique de France, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société Vétérinaire Pratique de France, 2009, 93, 2, pp 23-24
Abstract

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...

Author(s)
L'Hostis, M.
Citation
Médecine et Maladies Infectieuses, 1998, 28, 5, Special, pp 359-362
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

A review of the clinical and pathological signs, blood picture and epidemiology of M. annua intoxication in cattle, and differential diagnosis from babesiosis, based on the literature and observations in southwestern France. Hyperleukocytosis with neutrophilia and massive eosinophilia are...

Author(s)
Alzieu, J. P.; Alzieu, C.; Dorchies, P.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1993, No. 3, pp 29-36

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