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Ehrlichiosis
A Vector-Borne Disease of Animals and Humans

 

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Ehrlichiosis
A Vector-Borne Disease of Animals and Humans

Ibulaimu D.V.M. Kakoma (Editor)
Jim C. Williams (Editor)

 

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ISBN: 9780792306917

 

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ISBN 792306910
ISBN13 9780792306917
Publisher Kluwer Academic Publishers
Format Hardback
Publication date 29/03/1990
Pages 180
Weight (grammes) 432
Published in United States
Height (mm) 235
Width (mm) 155

Ch. 1. The historical background and global importance of ehrlichiosis.- Ch. 2. Current status of the in-vitro cultivation of ehrlichiae.- Ch. 3. Ultrastructure of rickettsiae with special emphasis on ehrlichiae.- Ch. 4. Antigenic properties of the ehrlichiae and other rickettsiaceae.- Ch. 5. Biological properties of the genus Ehrlichia: substrate utilization and energy metabolism.- Ch. 6. Biologic and pathogenic properties of Ehrlichia visticii: the etiologic agent of equine monocytic ehrlichiosis.- Ch. 7. Pathophysiology of canine ehrlichiosis.- Ch. 8. Experimental ehrlichiosis in nonhuman primates.- Ch. 9. Human ehrlichiosis in the United States.- Ch. 10. Evolutionary history of chlamydiae: answers for some old questions, no answers for some new ones.- Ch. 11. Recent research findings on cowdriosis.- Ch. 12. Current strategies in research on ehrlichiosis.- Ch. 13. Epilogue.- Index of Subjects.