Detection and molecular characterization of a canine piroplasm
Therefore, equines are supposed to play an important role in the epidemiology of camel piroplasmosis because they are usually found to be infected with the same piroplasms
species [9, 10].
of domestic animals in the Macedonia region of Greece 3.
The prevalence observed between 2000 and 2004 was 1.6%, compared with no detection of piroplasms
between 1993 and 1999 .
Giemsa's-stained blood films contained Theileria piroplasms
, including comma and signet-ring with diameter of 0.5-1.5 micrometer.
In an attempt to identify subclinical carriers of this piroplasm
, blood samples from the reindeer's mother and another nonrelated calf from the herd were collected and tested by reverse line blot, but test results for both animals were negative.
The clinical findings like high temperature, enlarged pre-scapular lymph nodes and depressed haematological parameters coupled with detection of piroplasm
in circulating erythrocytes confirmed acute theileriosis (Bhojne et al., 2010 and Naik et al., 2016).
The lymphocytes were having koch's blue bodies and piroplasm
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.
in Minorca (Balearic Islands, Spain): a comparison of PCR-based and light microscopy detection.
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