A sero-epidemiological survey for antibodies anti R. conorii was carried out in sera of cats from eastern and western Sicily. 15(24.2%) and 33(26.6%) sera from eastern and western cats, respectively, were positive when examined with a immunofluorescence indirect (IFI) test. The difference, between the two groups is not statistically significant. The results are discussed in the light of the possible involvment of arthropodes other than ticks (e.g. fleas) in the epidemiological circulation of R. conorii

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PERNICE, Lucia Maria;FORINO, Domenico;LEONALDI, Rosaria;LE DONNE, Maria;
2005

Abstract

A sero-epidemiological survey for antibodies anti R. conorii was carried out in sera of cats from eastern and western Sicily. 15(24.2%) and 33(26.6%) sera from eastern and western cats, respectively, were positive when examined with a immunofluorescence indirect (IFI) test. The difference, between the two groups is not statistically significant. The results are discussed in the light of the possible involvment of arthropodes other than ticks (e.g. fleas) in the epidemiological circulation of R. conorii
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