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Isolation and transmission of Cowdria ruminantium (causal agent of heartwater disease) in Blue Nile Province, Sudan


Isolation and transmission of Cowdria ruminantium (causal agent of heartwater disease) in Blue Nile Province, Sudan



Veterinary Research Communications 8(2): 141-145



ISSN/ISBN: 0165-7380

PMID: 6740919

Heartwater was diagnosed in two sheep at the Umm Banein Livestock Research Station, Blue Nile Province, Sudan. C. ruminantium was isolated from sheep by subinoculation of blood into a goat. Adult Amblyomma lepidum ticks fed as nymphs on this goat transmitted heartwater to a Friesian calf.

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