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number of dogs (1 sample/dog). * Dog with occult infection. — = Not applicable. F = Female. M = Male. Detection of D immitis infections in canine blood samples via the PCR–ESI-MS assay —Whole blood samples from 29 dogs infected with D immitis

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be nonpathogenic. Swine populations have been surveyed for evidence of TTV, 10 and results of those efforts suggest it is possible that certain bacterins for use in pigs may harbor occult TTV. However, this possibility has not been formally examined

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. Therefore, it is likely that the positive A platys ELISA results for those 6 samples were true-positive results owing to occult A platys infection. One serum sample from an A phagocytophilum –infected dog yielded positive results on the A platys ELISA

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