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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Identification of hard ticks collected from sheep naturally infected with Anaplasma ovis in Isfahan province, central Iran.
Discrimination between Anaplasma marginale and Anaplasma ovis by PCR-RFLP.
Anaplasmosis caused by Anaplasma ovis is endemic in tropical countries resulting in severe anemia and jaundice (Martin and Aikten, 2000).
Fatal bovine anaplasmosis in a herd with new genotypes of Anaplasma marginale, Anaplasma ovis and concurrent haemoplasmosis.
Psaroulaki, "Human anaplasmosis and Anaplasma ovis variant," Emerging Infectious Diseases, vol.
A totalof 300 (n=150 sheep; n=150 goats) blood samples were collected from clinically affected small ruminants and examined microscopically;129 (43%) were positive for Anaplasma ovis. Ahigher prevalence of anaplasmosis was recorded in sheep (55.33%) as compared to goats (30.67%).
(2004) who reported prevalence of hemoparasite 52.3% in Jos and south east Bouchi while Opera and Wokedi (2011) also recorded 32% prevalence of Anaplasma ovis in the small ruminants.
En zonas endemicas, Anaplasma ovis, Anaplasma marginale, Trypanosoma vivax, Trypanosoma melophagium (17), Babesia ovis y Babesia motasi son transmitidos a ovinos y caprinos por vectores artropodos dentro de los que se destacan varias especies de tabanidos, Stomoxys calcitrans, Haematobia irritans (Trypanosoma vivax y Anaplasma ovis) y garrapatas de las especies Rhipicephalus bursa (Anaplasma ovis y Babesia sp.) (2), R.
Anaplasma ovis es una de las especies del genero Anaplasma menos estudiada en ovinos y caprinos del continente americano, sin embargo se reportan altas prevalencias de infeccion en un estudio llevado a cabo en 2001 en Toluviejo--Sucre, con un 90% de individuos infectados (14), y en el estado de Guarico--Venezuela con un 86,46% para ovinos y un 59,25% para caprinos (26).
Sequence analysis of the msp4 gene of Anaplasma ovis strains.
In addition, initial descriptions of neighborhood structure also considered evidence of interchange implicit in differing incidences of the pathogen Anaplasma ovis (de la Fuente et al.
In ovines (Ovis aries), the disease caused by Anaplasma ovis produces a slight to severe decrease in packed cell volume and death in affected animals.