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flow cytometric analysis of cellular immune responses in dogs experimentally infected with a north american isolate of leishmania infantum.canine leishmaniasis caused by leishmania infantum is endemic in the foxhound population in north america. studies of canine leishmaniasis in the mediterranean basin indicate a role for both cd4+ and cd8+ lymphocytes with clinical illness and in asymptomatic dogs. limited information is available on the strain of l. infantum infecting foxhounds in north america. the present study investigated changes in cellular immune responses in dogs experimentally infected with 1x10(7) (low dose, ld; n=4) or ...200515936890
emergence of zoonotic canine leishmaniasis in the united states: isolation and immunohistochemical detection of leishmania infantum from foxhounds from virginia.previously considered an exotic disease, canine leishmaniasis caused by leishmania infantum has recently been detected within the foxhound population in the united states and parts of canada. leishmania infantum is the etiologic agent of visceral leishmaniasis in many areas of the world and dogs are considered a major reservoir host for human leishmania infections. human visceral leishmaniasis has recently emerged as an opportunistic infection among individuals co-infected with hiv/aids and in p ...200314736222
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