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Differentially Expressed and Secreted Major Immunoreactive Protein Orthologs of Ehrlichia canis and E. chaffeensis Elicit Early Antibody Responses to Epitopes on Glycosylated Tandem Repeats
ABSTRACT Ehrlichia canis major immunoreactive proteins of 36 and 19 kDa elicit the earliest detectable antibody responses during the acute phase of canine monocytic ehrlichiosis. Genes encoding theExpand
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Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay with Conserved Immunoreactive Glycoproteins gp36 and gp19 Has Enhanced Sensitivity and Provides Species-Specific Immunodiagnosis of Ehrlichia canis Infection
ABSTRACT Ehrlichia canis is the primary etiologic agent of canine monocytic ehrlichiosis, a globally distributed and potentially fatal disease of dogs. We previously reported on the identification ofExpand
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Nuclear Translocated Ehrlichia chaffeensis Ankyrin Protein Interacts with a Specific Adenine-Rich Motif of Host Promoter and Intronic Alu Elements
ABSTRACT Ehrlichiae are obligately intracellular bacteria that reside and replicate in phagocytes by circumventing host cell defenses and modulating cellular processes, including host cell geneExpand
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Identification of a Glycosylated Ehrlichia canis 19-Kilodalton Major Immunoreactive Protein with a Species-Specific Serine-Rich Glycopeptide Epitope
ABSTRACT Ehrlichia canis has a small subset of major immunoreactive proteins that includes a 19-kDa protein that elicits an early Ehrlichia-specific antibody response in infected dogs. We reportExpand
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Ehrlichia canis gp200 Contains Dominant Species-Specific Antibody Epitopes in Terminal Acidic Domains
ABSTRACT Species-specific antibody epitopes within several major immunoreactive protein orthologs of Ehrlichia species have recently been identified and molecularly characterized. In this study,Expand
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