The potential effects of global warming on changes in canine leishmaniasis in a focus outside the classical area of the disease in southern France.

@article{Dereure2009ThePE,
  title={The potential effects of global warming on changes in canine leishmaniasis in a focus outside the classical area of the disease in southern France.},
  author={Jacques Dereure and Sophie O. Vanwambeke and Pierre Jean Mal{\'e} and Susana Rodr{\'i}guez Mart{\'i}nez and Francine Pratlong and Yves Balard and J A Dedet},
  journal={Vector borne and zoonotic diseases},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 6},
  pages={687-94}
}
In 1994, an ecoepidemiologic study was carried out in the mid-Ariège valley (French Pyrenees) where autochthonous cases of canine leishmaniasis had been previously reported. Serologic samples were collected from 336 dogs in two groups of villages. The seroprevalences were 11.67% in the valley villages and only 1.43% in the foothill villages. Five lymph node biopsies were taken from serologically positive dogs, and resultant isolates were identified as Leishmania infantum zymodeme MON-1… CONTINUE READING
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