Haemobartonella


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Haemobartonella

[¦hē·mō‚bart·ən′el·ə]
(microbiology)
A genus of bacteria in the family Anaplasmataceae; parasites in or on red blood cells of many vertebrates.
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(Haemobartonella) transmitted through different arthropod vectors like ticks, lice, triatomines, mosquitoes, tabanids and phlebotomine sand flies to produce illness collectively termed as Canine Vector Borne Diseases (CVBD) in tropical and sub-tropical countries including India (Bhattacharjee and Sarmah, 2013) are minimal.
Mycoplasma, formerly known as haemobartonella felis, is transmitted by the bite of an infected tick but can also be transmitted from mother cat to kittens or from one infected cat to another during a fight.
Feline hemotropic mycoplasmosis (FHM) formerly known as haemobartonellosis or feline infectious anemia (FIA), is caused by Haemobartonella (H) felis, a gram negative unculturable rickettsial epierythrocytic parasite that causes hemolysis and sequestration of feline red blood cells (Jensen et al., 2001).
suis (22), y en otros generos de bacterias como Haemobartonella felis (23), Ehrlichias (24), Haemophilus parasuis (13), Francisella spp.
Development and evaluation of a PCR-based assay for detection of Haemobartonella felis in cats and differentiation of H.