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1 April 1986 EXPERIMENTAL ANAPLASMOSIS IN AMERICAN BISON: PERSISTENCE OF INFECTIONS OF ANAPLASMA MARGINALE AND NON-SUSCEPTIBILITY TO A. OVIS
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Blood collected 314 and 496 days after experimentally infecting splenectomized and spleen-intact American bison (Bison bison) with Anaplasma marginale was infective for splenectomized bovine steers. The pathogenesis was identical to that seen in bovine studies using bovine blood inoculations. A splenectomized bison remained normal clinically, hematologically and serologically for 10 mo after repeated inoculation of ovine blood infected with A. ovis.

Zaugg: EXPERIMENTAL ANAPLASMOSIS IN AMERICAN BISON: PERSISTENCE OF INFECTIONS OF ANAPLASMA MARGINALE AND NON-SUSCEPTIBILITY TO A. OVIS
Jerry L. Zaugg "EXPERIMENTAL ANAPLASMOSIS IN AMERICAN BISON: PERSISTENCE OF INFECTIONS OF ANAPLASMA MARGINALE AND NON-SUSCEPTIBILITY TO A. OVIS," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 22(2), 169-172, (1 April 1986). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-22.2.169
Received: 19 July 1985; Published: 1 April 1986
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