Обложка Babesia gibsoni infection in dogs of Puducherry region
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Babesia gibsoni infection in dogs of Puducherry region

Prevalence, clinical, haemato-biochemical alterations and therapeutic management of Babesia gibsoni infection in dogs

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2018-03-07 )

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ISBN-13:

978-613-8-23704-4

ISBN-10:
6138237048
EAN:
9786138237044
Язык Книги:
Английский
Краткое описание:
Babesia species were identified as intra-erythrocytic micro-organisms in Rumania by Dr. Victor Babes in 19th century in cattle as the cause of bovine haemoglobinuria or red water fever. He later found similar organisms in the red blood cells of sheep. These agents were subsequently named Babesia bovis and Babesia ovis, respectively in honor of Dr. Victor Babes. The first record of canine Babesia infection in Europe was made in Italy in 1895 not long after the detection of the bovine disease. Canine babesiosis is caused by haemoprotozoa of the genus Babesia. Babesia species are tick-borne parasites of erythrocytes which are apicomplexa protozoa belonging to the sub-order Piroplasmidea and the family Babesiidae, that infect a variety of domestic and wild animals and humans with worldwide distribution and global significance. The present work was designed to study the prevalence, clinical and haemato-biochemical changes in the dogs and to assess the efficacy of combination therapy in the treatment of babesiosis caused by Babesia gibsoni in dogs of Puducherry region.
Издательский Дом:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Веб-сайт:
https://www.lap-publishing.com/
By (author) :
B. Subhash Chandra, K. Rajkumar
Количество страниц:
120
Опубликовано:
2018-03-07
Акции:
В наличии
Категория:
Ветеринарная медицина
Цена:
49.90 €
Ключевые слова:
Dogs, Prevalence, Puducherry, Babesia gibsoni, therapuetic management

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