Ehrlichia

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Ehrlichia

[er′lik·ē·ə]
(microbiology)
A genus of the tribe Ehrlichieae; coccoid to ellipsoidal or pleomorphic cells; intracellular parasites in cytoplasm of host leukocytes.
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The ticks pass a pathogenic organism known as ehrlichia canis into the dog's bloodstream upon biting, which is responsible for the disease.
Molecular characterization of Thai Ehrlichia canis and Anaplasma platys strains detected in dogs.
TM)] molecular detection test kits for canine Leptospira, Ehrlichia canis and Leishmania.
Ehrlichia canis IgG IFA Kit, sufficient for 4000 determinations,
Detection of plateletbound antibodies in beagle dogs after artificial infection with Ehrlichia canis.
Western immunoblotting analysis of the antibody responses of patients with human monocytotropic ehrlichiosis to different strains of Ehrlichia chaffeensis and Ehrlichia canis.
Ehrlichiosis - a condition caused by the bacteria Ehrlichia canis, that invades blood cells.
It is now better understood that if a person's blood count demonstrates a low white count and a low platelet count without a rash, the offending organism is the Ehrlichia canis rather than the organisms causing the other two tick-borne diseases.
Harrus and Baneth developed the vaccine from a proprietary attenuated strain of Ehrlichia canis, the bacteria that causes CME.
Doxycycline clearance of experimentally induced chronic Ehrlichia canis infection in dogs.
Answer: Unfortunately ehrlichiosis, or tick fever, as it is more commonly known, is prevalent throughout Bahrain and is caused by a tick-borne parasite called ehrlichia canis.
The other three CVBDs tested for were also notably common, with Anaplasma phagocytophilum, Ehrlichia canis, and Borrelia burgdorferi infection levels of 18.