Larissa de Castro Demoner
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Hepatozoon canis is a common apicomplexan parasite of dogs. In Brazil, in addition to Rhipicephalus sanguineus, Amblyomma ovale, Amblyomma cajennense, and Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus have… Expand
Hepatozoon canis is a tick-borne parasite that occurs worldwide. In rural areas of Brazil, H. canis vectors remain unknown, which has led to speculation about alternative routes of transmission.… Expand
Hepatozoon species are vector-borne pathogens that infect domestic and wild animals. Marsupials of the species Didelphis albiventris are adapted to urban and peri-urban areas and act as reservoir… Expand
During a survey of Mycobacterium leprae in wild armadillos in the State of Espírito Santo, thirty-four armadillos were captured in the municipality of Alegre (20 degrees 45'S, 41 degrees 29'W, 150m).… Expand
ANTUNES, J.M.A.P; DEMONER, L. DE C.; MARTINS, I.V.F.; ZANINI, M.S.; DEPS, P.D.; PUJOL-LUZ, J.R. [Record of Dasypus novemcinctus (Mammalia: Xenarthra) parasi...
RESUMO Tatus ( Dasypus novemcinctus ) ha muito tempo sao considerados reservatorios do Mycobacterium leprae. Os seres humanos sao os principais reservatorios da hanseniase, e a agua e o solo tambem… Expand
Sarcocystis spp. are among the most common protozoan parasites that infect a variety of mammals throughout the world, including man (Dubey et al., 1989). Sarcocystis has a heteroxenous life cycle,… Expand
Problems in gestational development in dogs can be determined by infectious and non‐ infectious causes. Among the non‐infectious causes, trauma during pregnancy, genetic characteristics of the… Expand