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Attempted transmission to cattle of Anaplasma marginale from overwintered Dermacentor andersoni ticks



Attempted transmission to cattle of Anaplasma marginale from overwintered Dermacentor andersoni ticks



Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research 51(3): 379-382



Sixteen splenectomized calves were assigned randomly to two groups (14 experimental animals and two controls). Adults of D. andersoni, collected in April from areas in southern Saskatchewan, having high transmission rates of A. marginale, were confined to the ears of the experimental calves with special bags and allowed to feed for 8 days. The two control calves were subsequently challenged intravenously with blood from a calf infected with the Virginia strain of A. marginale.

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