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WHAT DOES PIROPLASM MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Piroplasms are protozoan parasite of the phylum Apicomplexa. They divide by binary fission and as sporozoan parasites they possess sexual and asexual phases. They include the tick parasites Babesia and Theileria.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «PIROPLASM» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PIROPLASM»
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Advances in Parasitology APL
Burridge and Kimber (1972c) compared schizont and piroplasm antigens using
the sera of 59 cattle recovered from experimentally induced ECF. Antibodies to
schizont antigen were first detected 3 weeks after infection and to piroplasm ...
Ben Dawes, 1977
Research and Traning Activies 1979
Extraction of Piroplasm Antigens from Theileria parva-infected Erythrocytes G.
Mpimbaza, A.F. Barbet, AJ. Musoke and G. Buscher We have begun a study to
extract and purify individual piroplasm- specific proteins and glycoproteins in the
International Livestock Research Institute
Erythroid Cells—Advances in Research and Application: 2012 ...
(2011 JUL 5) University of Sao Paulo: Detection and molecular characterization
of a canine piroplasm from Brazil New investigation results, “Detection and
molecular characterization of a canine piroplasm from Brazil,” are detailed in a
Annual scientific report 1990
Twelve days after splenectomy, all calves in Group I and II and the two
splenectomised susceptible calves were challenged with T. mutans Zanzibar
piroplasm stabilate. At the time of the challenge, the antibody titres of the
immunised animals ...
Recent Developments in the Research and Control of Thrileria ...
piroplasm antigen were high when compared with titres against schizont
antigens. Serological cross-reactivity among T. annulata isolates obtained from
different villages of Ankara was studied using the IFAT. All the isolates cross-
reacted with ...
Dolan, T.T,, International Livestock Research Institute
Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Canine and Feline
B. conradae (a.k.a. B. gibsoni [United States/ California])—small piroplasm that
infects dogs; only reported in California. • Babesia (Theileria) annae (a.k.a.
Spanish dog piroplasm and B. microti-like parasite)—small piroplasm that infects
Larry P. Tilley, Francis W. K. Smith, Jr., 2011
Some of these antigens are also present in much lower levels on the surface of
the sporozoite and schizont stages, and all are candidate antigens for the
development of an anti-piroplasm vaccine. The ultrastructure of the piroplasm
stage has ...
Dirk Dobbelaere, Declan McKeever, 2002
Issues in Veterinary Practices and Specialties: 2013 Edition
According to news originating from Anyang, South Korea, by VerticalNews
correspondents, research stated, “Complete major piroplasm surface protein (
MPSP) gene sequences of benign Theileria parasites were isolated from ticks of
Arthropod-borne Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat
Host Dog Cat Type Large Small Size (μm) 2×5 0.8–1.2 ×3.2 2.3 ×4 1 × 2.25–2.5
1.7 ×2.7 Unknown (DNA only detected) 1×2 Piroplasm species (first description)
Babesia canis canis (1895) Babesia canis vogeli (1937) Babesia canis rossi ...
Susan Shaw, Michael Day, 2005
The Epidemiology of Theileriosis in Africa
Theileria species characteristically present with different piroplasm forms
predominating, this can vary with the course of infection, rendering them
unreliable for speciation purposes. Likewise, although piroplasm numbers tend
to be low in ...
R. A. I. Norval, Brian D. Perry, A. S. Young, 1992
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PIROPLASM»
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Clinical investigation on Theileria equi and Babesia caballi …
Twelve (10.4%) of the positive donkeys presented signs related to chronic piroplasm infection at the moment of evaluation and all of them were ... «BMC Blogs Network, Apr 15»
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