Bartonella Seroepidemiology in Dogs from North America, 2008–2014

@inproceedings{Lashnits2018BartonellaS,
  title={
Bartonella Seroepidemiology in Dogs from North America, 2008–2014},
  author={Erin W Lashnits and Maria de los Angeles Correa and Barbara C. Hegarty and Adam J. Birkenheuer and Edward B Breitschwerdt},
  booktitle={Journal of veterinary internal medicine},
  year={2018}
}
BACKGROUND Improved understanding of Bartonella species seroepidemiology in dogs may aid clinical decision making and enhance current understanding of naturally occurring arthropod vector transmission of this pathogen. OBJECTIVES To identify demographic groups in which Bartonella exposure may be more likely, describe spatiotemporal variations in Bartonella seroreactivity, and examine co-exposures to other canine vector-borne diseases (CVBD). ANIMALS A total of 15,451 serology specimens from… CONTINUE READING
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