Neospora caninum was isolated from the brain of a naturally infected pregnant sheep by inoculation of immunodeficient mice with a homogenate of the brain tissue. The ewe showed no clinical signs. Tachyzoites were observed in the tissues of the nu/nu mice injected with the brain tissue homogenate and the diagnosis was confirmed by immunohistochemical staining with anti-N. caninum antibodies and by detecting N. caninum-specific DNA by polymerase chain reaction.
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