Cystoisospora Species Insights From Development in vitro
Lindsay, David S.
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Experimentally Induced Clinical Cystoisospora canis Coccidiosis in Dogs with Prior Natural Patent Cystoisospora ohioensis-like or C. canis Infections Houk, A. E.; O'Connor, T.; Pena, H. F. J.; Gennari, S. M.; Zajac, A. M.; Lindsay, D. S. (American Society of Parasitology, 2013-10)Diarrhea caused by intestinal coccidia (Cystoisospora species) is a common problem in pet dogs and in dogs in animal shelters. Cystoisospora canis has the largest oocysts of the 4 named species of coccidia infecting dogs. ...
Development and ultrastructure of cystoisospora canis nemeseri, 1959 (syn. isospora canis) monozoic cysts in two noncanine cell lines Mitchell, S. M.; Zajac, A. M.; Lindsay, D. S. (American Society of Parasitology, 2009-08)Cystoisospora canis is a coccidial parasite of the intestinal tract that can cause severe disease in dogs. Clinical Signs include watery diarrhea, vomiting, fever, and weight loss. Extraintestinal stages of Cystoisospora ...
Cystoisospora canis Nemeseri, 1959 (Syn. Isospora canis), infections in dogs: Clinical signs, pathogenesis, and reproducible clinical disease in beagle dogs fed oocysts Mitchell, S. M.; Zajac, A. M.; Charles, S.; Duncan, R. B.; Lindsay, D. S. (American Society of Parasitology, 2007-04)Canine intestinal coccidiosis is a cause of diarrhea in young dogs and dogs that are immunocompromised. Reports in the literature indicate that experimental reproduction of clinical coccidiosis with Cystoisospora canis ...