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recognized as a common pathogen in swine in this country. The purpose of the study reported here was to determine the prevalence of M suis infection in swine, swine-farm workers, and swine veterinarians in Shanghai, China. Materials and Methods

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important than the competence of the tick vector in determining transmission of some A phagocytophilum strains. 31 Veterinarians should be familiar with the factors affecting tick distribution in their specific regions. For example, many practice regions

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A phagocytophilum analyte for detection of antibodies against A platys , veterinarians in regions endemic for A platys , which may overlap with regions endemic for A phagocytophilum , should be aware of cross-reactivity among these 2 Anaplasma

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for inclusion in this study. First, veterinarians and personnel of R equi —endemic breeding farms who have collaborated with the investigators in previous studies were contacted and asked to consider participating in this study. Those previous studies

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participation in the study. Initially, 47 veterinarians responded to indicate their willingness and ability to participate. Participating veterinarians were requested to identify, on the basis of the medical history, 1 eligible horse breeding farm likely to have

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. These laboratory purpose-bred cats were healthy as determined on the basis of results for a comprehensive physical examination (including neurologic assessment and ophthalmic examination) performed by a veterinarian and review of results of fecal

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—Twelve C3H/HeJ mice were used in the study. All procedures involving animals were conducted under the oversight of the campus attending veterinarian and were approved by the University of California, Davis, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

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veterinarian of the University of California, Davis, and approved by the university's institutional animal care and use committee. Clinical observations and sample collection — Clinical observations were made at the time of inoculation and at 3-day intervals

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cat fancier e-mail list serves and posting information on the Web site of one of the authors (JLG). Announcements were also sent by facsimile to all veterinarians who had previously submitted a fecal sample to the authors' laboratory for commercial T

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Health and Medical Research Council of Australia Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals. All dogs had ivermectin concentrations of 0 ng/mL at the start of each study, and the veterinarians and dog attendants ensured that no products containing

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