Molecular Characterization Of Ehrlichia Canis From Naturally Infected Dogs From The State Of Rio De Janeiro

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Title: Molecular characterization of Ehrlichia canis from naturally infected dogs from the state of Rio de Janeiro. Authors: Renata Lins da Costa, Patrícia Gonzaga Paulino, Claudia Bezerra da Silva, Gabriela Lopes Vivas Vitari, Maristela Peckle Peixoto, Ana Paula Martinez de Abreu, Huarrisson Azevedo Santos & Carlos Luiz Massard 4 / 6

IgG avidity index and complete blood count as biomarkers of

in naturally infected dogs with Leishmania infantum Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Ehrlichia canis and Hepatozoon canis. Therefore future studies should

A new quantitative PCR method for the detection of Anaplasma

target for A. platys detection in naturally infected dogs. Primers (gltA84F and gltA84R) and probe (PLATYSp) were designed to amplify an 84-bp fragment based on the gltA gene sequences of A. platys available in GenBank. A total of 186 dog blood samples originating from the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro were tested by qPCR.


An Ehrlichia canis isolate was obtained from an naturally infected dog exhibiting clinical signs of ehrlichiosis in São Paulo Municipality, state of São Paulo, Brazil. The isolate was characterized by PCR and DNA sequencing of portions of the ehrlichial genes dsb, 16SrRNA, and p28. Partial dsb and 16S rRNA sequences were identical


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Phylogenetic characterization of Ehrlichia canis in dogs naturally infected and ticks, diagnosed by PCR and sequencing of 16SrRNA gene; compare different isolates found in American countries. Materials and methods. Were collected Blood samples from 139 dogs with suggestive