Babesia divergens

Commonest species of Babesia in western and central Europe, causing a disease of cattle similar to that produced by Babesia bovis; vector tick is Ixodes ricinus; it has caused human babesiosis in splenectomised individuals in France, Ireland, Scotland, Croatia, Georgia, a part of the former Soviet Union, and Sweden; also found in reindeer. ... (05 ...
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Babesia divergens

Type: Term Definitions: 1. the cause of bovine babesiosis in western and central Europe; vector tick is Ixodes ricinus; it has caused human babesiosis in splenectomized patients in Europe; also found in reindeer.
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Babesia divergens

Babesia divergens is an intraerythrocytic protozoan parasite, transmitted by the tick Ixodes ricinus. It is the main agent of bovine babesiosis, or `redwater fever`, in Europe. Young cattle are less susceptible. The current emphasis in Europe on sustainable agriculture and extensification is likely to lead to an increase in vector tick populatio.....
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