New findings in the development ofBabesia (Theileria) equi (Laveran, 1901) in the salivary glands of the vector ticks,Hyalomma species

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The development of the piroplasmBabesia equi was studied by light microscopy in the salivary glands of three differentHyalomma species during and after the engorgement of nymphs on experimentally infected horses and after adults had fed on a vertebrate host following ecdysis. The stock ofB. equi used was isolated from a horse imported from Turkmenistan (CIS… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00933000

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@article{Zapf1994NewFI, title={New findings in the development ofBabesia (Theileria) equi (Laveran, 1901) in the salivary glands of the vector ticks,Hyalomma species}, author={E. Zapf and Eberhard Schein}, journal={Parasitology Research}, year={1994}, volume={80}, pages={543-548} }