Indrika Abeygunawardena

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Eight adult cats were inoculated IV (n = 6) or SC (n = 2) with Ehrlichia risticii-infected P388D1 (continuous murine macrophage) cells or with E risticii released from P388D1 cells. Three additional cats were inoculated with organism-free P388D1 cultured monocytes, and 1 cat, which served as a medium control was inoculated with balanced salt solution.(More)
A reagent conservative Dot-enzyme immunoassay (Dot-EIA) was developed primarily for canine babesiosis caused by Babesia canis. The technique is simple, specific, and sensitive. All steps were carried out at room temperature. Strong agreement was observed between Dot-EIA and the conventionally used indirect immunofluorescence test. The procedure is adaptable(More)
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