This book presents the state of the art information on basic and applied knowledge pertaining to various aspects of babesiosis, particularly bovine babesiosis. The book should serve as a valuable source of information for research workers, graduate and undergraduate students of veterinary and agricultural sciences, field veterinarians, and allied professionals involved in animal production and disease control.
Table of Contents
1. World-Wide Impact of Babesiosis 2. Transmission of Babesia 3. Host Cell-Parasite Interactions with Babesiosis 4. Advances in the In Vitro Cultivation of Babesia Species 5. Epidemiology of Babesiosis 6. Pathogenesis of Babesiosis 7. Immunology of Babesiosis 8. Exoantigens of Babesia 9. Methods for the Measurement of the Serological Response to Babesia 10. Immunization against Babesia 11. Epidemiologic and Immunoprophylactic Aspects of Canine Babesiosis in France 12. Equine Babesiosis