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First report of Rangelia vitalii infection (canine rangeliosis) in Argentina
(Elsevier Ireland, 2014-06)
A 12-year old mixed breed neutered bitch from Misiones, Argentina, was presented with a history of fever and epistaxis. Blood, bone marrow, and lymph node samples were collected for hematology and cytology. Mild regenerative ...
Arthropod-borne pathogens circulating in free-roaming domestic cats in a zoo environment in Brazil
(Elsevier B.V., 2014-01-01)
Recently, tick and flea-borne pathogens have been detected in wild carnivores maintained in captivity in Brazilian zoos. Since free-roaming cats are frequently found in Brazilian zoos, they could act as reservoirs for ...
Is the free-ranging jaguar (Panthera onca) a reservoir for Cytauxzoon felis in Brazil?
This study investigated the occurrence of Cytauxzoon felis and Babesia spp. in free-ranging jaguars (Panthera onca), domestic dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) and domestic cats (Felis catus) from the Cerrado, Amazon and ...
Rangelia vitalii, Babesia spp. E Ehrlichia spp. em cães de Passo Fundo, estado do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil
Pathogens transmitted by ticks are an emerging problem worldwide, this study aimed to diagnose the causal agents of infection in dogs presenting suspected hemoparasitoses. Fifty-eight dogs with clinical signs such as ...
Detecção e caracterização de hemoprotozoários e ectoparasitas em Nasua nasua e Didelphis spp.
(Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), 2018-03-02)
Animais silvestres são considerados reservatórios para uma infinidade de patógenos transmitidos por ectoparasitas, dentre os quais Hepatozoon spp. e piroplasmas; e os ectoparasitas atuam como vetores desses micro-organismos. ...
Detection and molecular characterization of a canine piroplasm from Brazil
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2011)
In the beginning of the 20th century, a new canine disease was reported in Brazil under the name ""nambiuvu"", whose etiological agent was called Rangelia vitalii, a distinct piroplasm that was shown to parasitize not only ...
MOLECULAR AND SEROLOGICAL DETECTION OF BABESIA SPP. IN NEOTROPICAL AND EXOTIC CARNIVORES IN BRAZILIAN ZOOS
(Amer Assoc Zoo VeterinariansYuleeEUA, 2011)
Molecular Detection of Cytauxzoon spp. in Asymptomatic Brazilian Wild Captive Felids
(Wildlife Disease Assoc, IncLawrenceEUA, 2009)
Natural infection of the wild canid, Cerdocyon thous, with thepiroplasmid Rangelia vitalii in Brazil
Canine rangeliosis, caused by the piroplasmid protozoon Rangelia vitalii, is currently rec-ognized as a reemerging disease that affects domestic dogs in Brazil. In the present study,piroplasmid infection was searched in ...