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8th Symposium on Canine Vector-Borne Diseases

This thematic series groups papers presented at the 8th Symposium on Canine Vector-Borne Diseases, St. Petersburg, Russia, 15th-17th April 2013.

Edited by: Professor Chris Arme

Collection published: 15 April 2013

View all collections published in Parasites & Vectors

  1. The container breeding species belonging to the genus Aedes (Meigen) are frequently recorded out of their place of origin. Invasive Aedes species are proven or potential vectors of important Arboviruses and their...

    Authors: Fabrizio Montarsi, Simone Martini, Marco Dal Pont, Nicola Delai, Nicola Ferro Milone, Matteo Mazzucato, Fabio Soppelsa, Luigi Cazzola, Stefania Cazzin, Silvia Ravagnan, Silvia Ciocchetta, Francesca Russo and Gioia Capelli
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:292
  2. The recent detection of Rickettsia felis DNA in dogs in Australia suggests that dogs are potential mammalian reservoir hosts for this emerging rickettsia. To date, there is no published report addressing the sero...

    Authors: Sze-Fui Hii, Mohammad Y Abdad, Steven R Kopp, John Stenos, Robert L Rees and Rebecca J Traub
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:159
  3. Although reported sporadically from various countries, feline babesiosis appears to be a significant clinical entity only in South Africa, where Babesia felis is usually incriminated as the causative agent. Babes...

    Authors: Anna-Mari Bosman, Marinda C Oosthuizen, Estelle H Venter, Johan CA Steyl, Tertius A Gous and Barend L Penzhorn
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:128
  4. Controlling canine vector-borne diseases (CVBD) is a major concern, since some of these diseases are serious zoonoses. This study was designed to determine seropositivity rates in Spain for agents causing the ...

    Authors: Guadalupe Miró, Ana Montoya, Xavier Roura, Rosa Gálvez and Angel Sainz
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:117
  5. During a two year period, a 27-year-old female veterinarian experienced migraine headaches, seizures, including status epilepticus, and other neurological and neurocognitive abnormalities. Prior to and during ...

    Authors: Ricardo G Maggi, Patricia E Mascarelli, Lauren N Havenga, Vinny Naidoo and Edward B Breitschwerdt
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:103
  6. A Hepatozoon parasite was initially reported from a cat in India in 1908 and named Leucocytozoon felis domestici. Although domestic feline hepatozoonosis has since been recorded from Europe, Africa, Asia and Amer...

    Authors: Gad Baneth, Alina Sheiner, Osnat Eyal, Shelley Hahn, Jean-Pierre Beaufils, Yigal Anug and Dalit Talmi-Frank
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:102
  7. Bartonella henselae is a zoonotic, alpha Proteobacterium, historically associated with cat scratch disease (CSD), but more recently associated with persistent bacteremia, fever of unknown origin, arthritic and ne...

    Authors: Ricardo G Maggi, Marna Ericson, Patricia E Mascarelli, Julie M Bradley and Edward B Breitschwerdt
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:101
  8. In recent years, several clinical cases and epidemiological studies of feline vector-borne diseases (FVBD) have been reported worldwide. Nonetheless, information on FVBD agents and their prevalence in Portugal...

    Authors: Hugo Vilhena, Verónica L Martinez-Díaz, Luís Cardoso, Lisete Vieira, Laura Altet, Olga Francino, Josep Pastor and Ana C Silvestre-Ferreira
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:99
  9. Bartonella species comprise a group of zoonotic pathogens that are usually acquired by vector transmission or by animal bites or scratches.

    Authors: Patricia E Mascarelli, Ricardo G Maggi, Sarah Hopkins, B Robert Mozayeni, Chelsea L Trull, Julie M Bradley, Barbara C Hegarty and Edward B Breitschwerdt
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:98
  10. Infection by two or more canine vector-borne disease (CVBD)-causing pathogens is common in subtropical and tropical regions where vectors are plentiful. Co-infections may potentiate disease pathogenesis, there...

    Authors: Anna Sara De Tommasi, Domenico Otranto, Filipe Dantas-Torres, Gioia Capelli, Edward B Breitschwerdt and Donato de Caprariis
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:97
  11. The occurrence of infections by Dirofilaria immitis in canine and human populations depends on several factors linked to both the definitive and intermediate hosts. Little data are available on the risk of human ...

    Authors: Gioia Capelli, Antonio Frangipane di Regalbono, Giulia Simonato, Rudi Cassini, Stefania Cazzin, Gabriella Cancrini, Domenico Otranto and Mario Pietrobelli
    Citation: Parasites & Vectors 2013 6:60