Theileria


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Theileria

A parasitic protozoan.
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dromedarii is a carrier of many life-threatening viral diseases such as the Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) virus (Hoogstraal, 1979; Rodringuez et al., 1997), Kadam virus (Wood et al., 1982), Dera Ghazi Khan virus, Dhori virus (Hoogstraal et al., 1981), Quaranfil virus (Converse and Moussa, 1982), Q fever (Coxiellaburnetii) (Bazlikova et al., 1984), spotted fever rickettsia (Rickettsia rickettsia) (Lange et al., 1992) and theileriosis of camel (Theileria camelensis) and cattle (Theileria annulata) (Hoogstraal et al., 1981).
Tramformation of leukocytes by Theileria parva and Theileria annulata.
aegyptium for both human and animal health as they are shown to be the vector of pathogens like Borrelia burgdorferi, Borrelia turcica, Theileria annulata, Pasteurella tularensis, Ricketsia aeschlimannii (18).
This species, however, is a potential vector of a number of important agents of human and animal diseases in the United States, including Rickettsia, Borrelia, Ehrlichia, Anaplasma, Theileria, and several important viral agents such as Heartland and Powassan viruses.
He explained that ECF is caused by a single parasite, theileria parva, and transmitted is transmitted by brown ear tick.
The training session pertaining to Livestock awareness was conducted where introduction of Livestock in Pakistan, Basic Tips of Keeping Livestock in Pakistan, diseases of livestock including foot and mouth disease, brucellosis, tuberculosis and Dehydration and heat stress, Anemia theileria and Bracken Poisoning.
Anaplasma marginale accounted for 55.56 percent (132), followed by Theileria sp.
placei aumentaba la morbilidad y mortalidad causada en casos de co-infecciones con otros patogenos como la Theileria parva (23).
Detection of Theileria orientalis genotypes in Haemaphysalis Iongicornis ticks from southern Australia.
Kang A et al., "Genes transcribed in the salivary glands of female Rhipicephalus appendiculatus ticks infected with Theileria parva," Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, vol.