infectious anemia


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in·fec·tious a·ne·mi·a

anemia developing as a complication of infection; probably results from depressed formation and short survival of erythrocytes and abnormal iron metabolism.

in·fec·tious a·ne·mi·a

(in-fekshŭs ă-nēmē-ă)
Blood disorder developing as a complication of infection; probably results from depressed formation and short survival of erythrocytes and abnormal iron metabolism.
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Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) has been a worldwide plague on the horse industry for well over a century (Leroux et al.
Comparative evaluation of the agar gel inmunodiffusion test two commercial ELISA kits for the serodiagnosis of equine infectious anemia.
Equine Infectious Anemia is caused mainly by biting insects that draw and carry blood.
Yet he also clashed with state agriculture authorities, who several years ago removed and euthanized a horse named Nora that was allegedly infected with equine infectious anemia.
Detection of horses infected naturally with equine infectious anemia virus by nested polymerase chain reaction.
SEROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION BETWEEN EQUINE RINONEUMONITIS AND EQUINE INFECTIOUS ANEMIA VIRUSES
El virus de la Anemia Infecciosa Aviar, conocido tambien como CIAV (Chicken Infectious Anemia Virus), es considerado como el tercer virus responsable de inmunosupresion en pollos (Davila, 2001).
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Belo Horizonte MG, Brazil) has patented a method and kit for detecting antibodies in clinical samples of animals infected with equine infectious anemia virus using the immunodiagnosis with the recombinant viral antigen p26.
Animal virus infections that defy vaccination: equine infectious anemia, caprine arthritis-encephalitis, maedi-visna, and feline infectious peritonitis.
Other scientists, however, have maintained that the virus's structure and behavior in the body put it in a group of slow-acting, untreatable viruses called lentiviruses, a family that includes the equine infectious anemia virus (EIAV).
The memo includes activities such as vaccinations, testing, and applying official ear tags for programs for every livestock species, ranging from brucellosis to scrapies to equine infectious anemia," Kennedy noted.

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