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Transmission of Anaplasma marginale by adult Dermacentor andersoni during feeding on calves



Transmission of Anaplasma marginale by adult Dermacentor andersoni during feeding on calves



American Journal of Veterinary Research 46(7): 1565-1567



Laboratory-reared D. andersoni ticks experimentally infected as nymphs with A. marginale were allowed to feed as adults from 1 to 9 days on susceptible, splenectomized calves. In experiment 1, ticks were allowed to feed on calves for 1-6 days; anaplasmosis did not result. The same calves were used for experiment 2; ticks were allowed to feed, for 1-9 days; anaplasmosis occurred in all calves on which ticks fed for <more or => 6 days.

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