Anaplasma


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Anaplasma

[‚an·ə′plaz·mə]
(microbiology)
A genus of the family Anaplasmataceae; organisms form inclusions in red blood cells of ruminants.
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Seroprevalence estimation and management factors associated with high herd seropositivity for Anaplasma marginale in commercial dairy farms of Puerto Rico.
This bacterium, Anaplasma phagocytophilum (Ap), secretes a protein that binds with another protein produced by white blood cells, and that connection creates compartments that siphon host-cell nutrients to feed the bacteria, enabling their growth inside the white blood cells.
In the study, researchers reported that a protein called OmpA on the surface of Anaplasma phagocytophilum is important for invading host cells.
The objective of this study was to compare the efficacy of oxytetracycline, enrofloxacin and imidocarb for the elimination of persistent Anaplasma marginale infection in naturally infected Sahiwal cattle.
Caused by the microbe Anaplasma marginale, anaplasmosis affects cattle health, well-being, and production in many parts of the world and is characterized by severe anemia, fever, and weight loss.
Researchers in many different countries and climates explore such topics as RNAi and the study of insect immunity, the Picorna-like Kakugo virus identified in aggressive honeybee workers, encephalitic arboviruses as an emerging and re-emerging problem, neurologic manifestations of West Nile Virus infection, the effects of co-infection with Borrelia Burgdorferi and Anaplasma Phagocytophilum in vector ticks and vertebrate hosts, and the cellular secretion of Sf21 cells upon baculovirus infection.
equi and is now referred to as Anaplasma phagocytophilum (which will be used throughout the rest of the discussion).
Rickettsia, Bartonella, Coxiella, Ehrlichia, Anaplasma. Anaerobios.
Besides Lyme disease, the deer tick carries an additional organism, anaplasma, that can be a much more serious disease because it attacks the dog's blood cells and can be life-threatening.
A species of tickbome bacteria that causes human "Agranulocytic anaplasmosis, Anaplasma (from the Greek an- ["without"] + plasma ["shape"]) phagocytophilum (named for its affinity for growing in neutrophils: phagocyte + Latin phile ["loving"]) has gone by many names.
The disease is mainly caused by Anaplasma marginale and occasionally A.