hemotrophic

hemotrophic

(hē-mŏ-trōf′ik) [ hemo- + trophic]
Pert. to nutrients carried in the blood.
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Surprisingly, the fecal material also contained DNA of the ectoparasite-transmitted genera, such as the hemotrophic bartonellae (9).
are facultative intracellular bacteria that typically cause long-lasting hemotrophic bacteremia in their mammalian reservoir hosts, such as rodents (9).
or any other hemotrophic bacterium, be transmitted from the bat into the human host?
Hemotrophic mycoplasmas induce programmed cell death in red blood cells.
PCR testing is routinely used in human and veterinary medicine to diagnose bacteremic infections by Anaplasma, Ehrlichia, hemotrophic Mycoplasma, and Rickettsia spp.
His research focuses on hemotrophic infections in domestic animals and wildlife and their effects on human health.
In the light of modern knowledge, we now know that these 2 syndromes, 1 benign, the other pernicious, are both caused by the hemotrophic bacterium, Bartonella bacilliformis.
To the Editor: Infections caused by hemotrophic mycoplasmas (formerly called eperythrozoonoses) in animals and humans have been emerging in the People's Republic of China in recent years.
We conducted an epidemiologic investigation of hemotrophic mycoplasma infections in China by reviewing all reported cases and outbreaks for 1994-2007.
Hemotrophic mycoplasma infection is still a neglected zoonotic disease, which poses a threat to public health and the animal industry, especially in China (2,7).
The genus Bartonella includes a variety of gram-negative, fastidious, hemotrophic bacteria that are transmitted by blood-sucking arthropod vectors.
A hemotrophic mycoplasma infection was reported in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) (6).