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Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, ISSN 1530-3667, 10/2014, Volume 14, Issue 10, pp. 724 - 732
Vector-borne disease (VBD) pathogens remain an emerging health concern for animals and humans throughout the world. Surveillance studies of ticks and humans... 
Original Articles | Bartonella | Dirofilaria | Borrelia | Surveillance | Anaplasma | United states | Rickettsia | Ehrlichia | Babesia | BORRELIA-BURGDORFERI | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | SURFACE PROTEIN | United States | HUMAN LYME-DISEASE | PREVALENCE | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | SPOTTED-FEVER | TICKS | EHRLICHIA-CANIS | INFECTION | ANAPLASMA-PHAGOCYTOPHILUM | PATHOGENS | Dirofilariasis - epidemiology | Dog Diseases - epidemiology | United States - epidemiology | Dog Diseases - transmission | Tick-Borne Diseases - parasitology | Borrelia burgdorferi - immunology | Lyme Disease - epidemiology | Dog Diseases - microbiology | Seroepidemiologic Studies | Ehrlichia - immunology | Rickettsia Infections - veterinary | Ticks - parasitology | Tick-Borne Diseases - veterinary | Babesiosis - epidemiology | Coinfection - veterinary | Retrospective Studies | Arachnid Vectors - parasitology | Ehrlichiosis - veterinary | Rickettsia Infections - epidemiology | Dog Diseases - parasitology | Ticks - microbiology | Rickettsia - immunology | Tick-Borne Diseases - microbiology | Babesia - immunology | Bartonella - immunology | Arachnid Vectors - microbiology | Anaplasmosis - epidemiology | Dirofilaria immitis - immunology | Bartonella Infections - epidemiology | Animals | Ehrlichiosis - epidemiology | Bartonella Infections - veterinary | Dogs | Tick-Borne Diseases - epidemiology | Anaplasma - immunology
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Parasites and Vectors, ISSN 1756-3305, 05/2016, Volume 9, Issue 1, p. 253
Background: In Southeast Asia, the canine vector-borne pathogens Babesia spp., Ehrlichia canis, Anaplasma platys, Hepatozoon canis, haemotropic mycoplasmas and... 
Dirofilaria | Hepatozoon | Cambodia | Dogs | Mycoplasma | Ehrlichia | PCR | Babesia | Canine | Vector-borne | HEARTWORM DISEASE | RISK-FACTORS | CTENOCEPHALIDES-FELIS | HEPATOZOON-CANIS | TROPICAL MEDICINE | ANAPLASMA-PLATYS | RICKETTSIA-FELIS INFECTION | MOLECULAR-DETECTION | DIROFILARIA-IMMITIS INFECTION | EHRLICHIA-CANIS | PARASITOLOGY | BABESIA-GIBSONI | Dirofilariasis - epidemiology | Dog Diseases - epidemiology | Tick-Borne Diseases - parasitology | Dog Diseases - microbiology | Male | Babesia - isolation & purification | Cambodia - epidemiology | Anaplasmosis - microbiology | Tick-Borne Diseases - veterinary | Babesiosis - epidemiology | Mycoplasma Infections - veterinary | Coinfection - veterinary | Female | Dirofilaria immitis - genetics | Ehrlichiosis - veterinary | Coccidiosis - parasitology | Dog Diseases - parasitology | Ehrlichiosis - microbiology | Babesia - genetics | Ehrlichia canis - isolation & purification | Tick-Borne Diseases - microbiology | Ehrlichia canis - genetics | Mycoplasma Infections - microbiology | Mycoplasma - genetics | Anaplasma - isolation & purification | Anaplasmosis - epidemiology | Coccidia - isolation & purification | Animals | Babesiosis - parasitology | Coccidiosis - veterinary | Anaplasma - genetics | Ehrlichiosis - epidemiology | Coccidiosis - epidemiology | Mycoplasma - isolation & purification | Coccidia - genetics | Dirofilaria immitis - isolation & purification | Tick-Borne Diseases - epidemiology | Dirofilariasis - parasitology | Mycoplasma Infections - epidemiology | Vector-borne diseases | Usage | Diagnosis | Molecular diagnostic techniques | Diseases
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 07/2018, Volume 13, Issue 7, p. e0200419
Dirofilaria immitis and Acanthocheilonema reconditum are common parasites in dogs but have also been reported parasitizing humans. The differential diagnosis... 
HEARTWORM DISEASE | PARASITES | MICROFILARIAE | ISLAND | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | DIROFILARIA-IMMITIS | INFECTION | BRAZIL | DOMESTIC DOGS | Dirofilariasis - epidemiology | Zoonoses - blood | Dog Diseases - epidemiology | Acanthocheilonema | Male | Phylogeny | Dirofilaria immitis | Acanthocheilonemiasis - epidemiology | Zoonoses - epidemiology | Brazil | Neglected Diseases - epidemiology | Female | Dog Diseases - parasitology | Acanthocheilonemiasis - blood | Neglected Diseases - blood | Dog Diseases - blood | Animals | Zoonoses - parasitology | Acanthocheilonemiasis - parasitology | Molecular Epidemiology | Dogs | Acanthocheilonemiasis - veterinary | Dirofilariasis - blood | Dirofilariasis - parasitology | Neglected Diseases - parasitology | Neglected Diseases - veterinary | Medical research | Research | Epidemiology | Zoonoses | Diseases | Filariasis | Distribution | Causes of | Medicine, Experimental | Diagnosis | Nematoda | Identification and classification | Health aspects | Laboratories | Identification methods | Infections | Parasites | Biodiversity | Gene sequencing | Confidence intervals | Species diversity | Databases | Parasitic diseases | Phylogenetics | Differential diagnosis | Public health | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA | Molecular chains | Polymerase chain reaction | Nematodes | Methods | DNA sequencing | Deoxyribonucleic acid | DNA
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Parasitology Research, ISSN 0932-0113, 1/2019, Volume 118, Issue 1, pp. 347 - 352
Canine vector-borne pathogens (VBPs) are a group of globally distributed and rapidly spreading microorganisms transmitted by arthropods. In the present survey,... 
Medical Microbiology | Biomedicine | Immunology | Microbiology | Serology | Vector-borne pathogens | Dog | Croatia | BORRELIA-BURGDORFERI | INFECTIONS | BURGDORFERI SENSU-LATO | LYME BORRELIOSIS | GEOGRAPHIC-DISTRIBUTION | APPARENTLY HEALTHY DOGS | DIROFILARIA-IMMITIS | EHRLICHIA-CANIS | PARASITOLOGY | ANAPLASMA-PHAGOCYTOPHILUM | Dirofilariasis - epidemiology | Dog Diseases - epidemiology | Borrelia burgdorferi - isolation & purification | Prevalence | Borrelia burgdorferi - immunology | Lyme Disease - epidemiology | Dog Diseases - microbiology | Coinfection - blood | Male | Seroepidemiologic Studies | Coinfection - parasitology | Anaplasmosis - microbiology | Croatia - epidemiology | Coinfection - veterinary | Female | Ehrlichiosis - veterinary | Lyme Disease - microbiology | Dog Diseases - parasitology | Ehrlichiosis - microbiology | Ehrlichiosis - blood | Ehrlichia canis - isolation & purification | Lyme Disease - veterinary | Ehrlichia canis - immunology | Risk Factors | Anaplasma - isolation & purification | Anaplasmosis - epidemiology | Dirofilaria immitis - immunology | Anaplasmosis - blood | Lyme Disease - blood | Dog Diseases - blood | Animals | Ehrlichiosis - epidemiology | Dogs | Dirofilaria immitis - isolation & purification | Disease Vectors | Dirofilariasis - blood | Dirofilariasis - parasitology | Anaplasma - immunology | Statistics | Diseases | Prevalence studies (Epidemiology)
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PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, ISSN 1935-2727, 10/2016, Volume 10, Issue 10, p. e0005028
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