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Theileria (Babesia) equi and Babesia caballi infections in horses in Galicia, Spain.
Primer Specificity Sequence (5' [right Annealing arrow] 3') temperature, oC BAB Babesial/ 60 Theileria spp.
A total of 300 blood samples (horses, 100; donkeys, 100; mules,100) were collected from equines and examined microscopically; Overall, 174 (58%) were positive for Theileria equi whereas prevalencein horses, mules and donkeys was 54%, 64% and 56%, respectively.
Tropical theileriosis is a disease of global economic importance in cattle, caused by the tick borne protozoan parasite Theileria annulata, and transmitted by ticks of the genus Hyalomma (Brown, 1997; Preston, 2001).
DNA amplification was performed with the following Babesia and Theileria primers: forward (BT-1F) = ggttgatcctgccagtagt; reverse (BT-1R): gcctgctgccttcctta [7].
Tick salivary gland extract and interleukin-2 stimulation enhance susceptibility of lymphocytes to infection by Theileria parva sporozoites.
The one of the most significant tick borne disease of horses is equine piroplasmosis, which is caused by Babesia caballi and Theileria equi as Theileria equi infections are more prevalent than Babesia caballi infection and dominant in areas and environments where horses exhibit ticks, particularly the genera Dermacentor, Hyalomma, Rhipicephalus (Sigg et al.
A total of 200 whole blood samples along with thin blood samples smears and 100 samples of ticks from 20 flocks of sheep from different localities of district Lahore with a history of tick infestation , relapse of fever and anemia were screened for the prevalence of Theileria species during spring and summer seasons in 2007.
microti; the WA1 parasite from the index case of such infection (7,8); and Theileria annulata were retrieved from the GenBank database (Figure 1).
Ovine theileriosis is an important tick-borne disease of sheep in the tropical and subtropical regions of the world, caused by Theileria hirci (T.
The Roslin Institute will also provide training to UVAS Department of Parasitology students and faculty staff on Theileria vaccine research.