Detection and molecular characterization of a canine piroplasm
In addition, the piroplasm
isolate used in this study was characterized by PCR and sequencing of the 18S rRNA gene.
Seasonal occurrence of ticks and piroplasms
in domestic animals.
A new species of piroplasm
found in the blood of British cattle.
A phylogenetic analysis clearly demonstrated that the piroplasms
found in our study site belong to B.
infect and multiply in RBCs, resulting in both direct and immune mediated hemolytic anemia.
Prevalence and genetic diversity of equine piroplasms
in Tov province, Mongolia.
Apicomplexa: Babesiidae) from humans and its differentiation from other piroplasms
These methods are reliable for the detection of acute cases but have limited value for chronic cases, where only low numbers of piroplasms
The higher infection in larger size might be an indication that piroplasms
spreads more rapidly in places where animals are kept in overcrowded conditions.
29% (3/ 21) calves and presence of only piroplasms
in the RBCs of 42.
were not detected in maternal or fetal blood by histologic examination of hematoxylin and eosin-stained sections of formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue of the placenta disk, amnion/ chorion, and umbilical cord.