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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Transmission of Anaplasma marginale with adult Boophilus microplus ticks fed as nymphs on calves with different levels of rickettsemia.
In cattle, anaplasmosis caused by different genres of Anaplasma (Rickettsiales: Anaplasmataceae) including Anaplasma marginale (A.
Emergence of Anaplasma marginale antigenic variants during persistent rickettsemia.
Spatial variation of tick abundance and seroconversion rates of indigenous cattle to Anaplasma marginale, Babesia bigemina and Therileria parva infections in Uganda.
In vitro establishment and propagation of a Brazilian strain of Anaplasma marginale with appendage in IDE8 (Ixodes scapularis) cells.
Anaplasma marginale accounted for 55.56 percent (132), followed by Theileria sp.
Los animales afectados por Anaplasma marginale: muestran debilidad, disminucion de los movimientos ruminales, mucosas palidas y fiebre que alcanza 40,5[grados]C, pudiendo permanecer elevada o fluctuar durante varios dias (d) o semanas.
The major Anaplasma species that impact animal and human health are Anaplasma marginale, A.
A similar inverse correlation between vector capacity and in vitro infectability has been reported for some intracellular tick-borne bacteria such as Anaplasma marginale and Ehrlichia ruminantium, both of which more readily infected cell lines derived from non-vector than vector tick species (13,29).
Bovine Anaplasmosis caused by Anaplasma marginale is a non-contagious, arthropod-borne, parasitic disease of ruminants that results in significant economic losses to cattle industry.