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    • Canine babesiasis: occurrence and molecular characterization of Babesia isolates 

      Lehtinen, Lauren Elyse (2009-05-15)
      Canine babesiosis is an important worldwide disease caused by protozoan hemoparasites of the genus Babesia, which are primarily transmitted to a dog by the bite of an Ixodid tick, although vertical transmission has recently ...
    • The Fecal Microbiome in Cats with Diarrhea 

      Suchodolski, Jan S.; Foster, Mary L.; Sohail, Muhammad U.; Leutenegger, Christian; Queen, Erica V.; Steiner, Jörg M.; Marks, Stanley L. (PLOS, 2015-05-19)
      Recent studies have revealed that microbes play an important role in the pathogenesis of gastrointestinal (GI) diseases in various animal species, but only limited data is available about the microbiome in cats with GI ...
    • Molecular comparisons of Babesia odocoilei using the internal transcribed spacers of ribosomal RNA 

      Schoelkopf, Lorien (Texas A&M University, 2005-11-01)
      Babesia odocoilei is an intraerythrocytic apicomplexan parasite which infects cervidae, sometimes causing babesiosis. It is vectored by the tick Ixodes scapularis and is distributed throughout the southeastern United ...
    • The Skin Microbiome in Healthy and Allergic Dogs 

      Hoffmann, Aline Rodrigues; Patterson, Adam P.; Diesel, Alison; Lawhon, Sara D.; Ly, Hoai Jaclyn; Stephenson, Christine Elkins; Mansell, Joanne; Steiner, Jörg M.; Dowd, Scot E.; Olivry, Thierry; Suchodolski, Jan S. (PLOS ONE, 2014-01-08)
      Changes in the microbial populations on the skin of animals have traditionally been evaluated using conventional microbiology techniques. The sequencing of bacterial 16S rRNA genes has revealed that the human skin is ...