Canine neosporosis: clinical and pathological findings and first isolation of Neospora caninum in Germany

@article{Peters2000CanineNC,
  title={Canine neosporosis: clinical and pathological findings and first isolation of Neospora caninum in Germany},
  author={Martin Heinrich Peters and Frank S. Wagner and Gereon Schares},
  journal={Parasitology Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={86},
  pages={1-7}
}
Abstract Neosporosis was diagnosed in an 11-week-old puppy of the breed Kleiner Münsterländer with progressive hindlimb paresis. Pathohistological and immunohistological examinations revealed a disseminated infection with Neospora caninum. Parasitic stages were demonstrated in the brain, spinal cord, retina, muscles, thymus, heart, liver, kidney, stomach, adrenal gland, and skin. Immunohistochemistry investigations were carried out using polyclonal rabbit antisera developed against N. caninum… CONTINUE READING
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