Non-immunologic methods of diagnosis of babesiosis.

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The diagnosis of tick-borne diseases such as babesiosis still depends on observing the parasite in the infected erythrocyte. Microscopic observation is tedious and often problematic in both early and carrier infections. Better diagnostic methods are needed to prevent clinical disease, especially when susceptible cattle are being moved into disease enzootic… (More)

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@article{Wagner1992NonimmunologicMO, title={Non-immunologic methods of diagnosis of babesiosis.}, author={G. Wagner and D. Cruz and Patricia J. Holman and Suryakant D. Waghela and Jeanne Perrone and Sankale Shompole and Fred R. Rurangirwa}, journal={Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz}, year={1992}, volume={87 Suppl 3}, pages={193-9} }