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- AZMI, KIFAYA; AL-JAWABREH, AMER; NASEREDDIN, ABEDELMAJEED; ABDELKADER, AHMAD; ZAID, TAHER; EREQAT, SUHEIR; SAWALHA, SAMER S.; BANETH, GAD; ABDEEN, ZIAD
- Parasitology 2017 v.144 no.5 pp. 613-621
- West Bank, etc ; Babesia canis subsp. vogeli; DNA; Hepatozoon canis; Hepatozoon felis; Rhipicephalus sanguineus; blood sampling; disease control; dogs; genes; hemoparasites; hosts; nucleotide sequences; oligodeoxyribonucleotides; pathogens; polymerase chain reaction; ribosomal RNA; ticks; Palestine; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Dogs serve as hosts for a great number of parasites, which may affect their health and wellbeing. This study aimed to observe tick borne pathogens in dogs from Palestine including Hepatozoon canis and Babesia species. The prevalence of both H. canis and Babesia species infections in apparently healthy dogs, from ten districts of the West Bank was surveyed. DNA was extracted from blood samples obta ...
- Hamarsheh, Omar; Nasereddin, Abedalmajeed; Damaj, Safa; Sawalha, SamIr; Al-Jawabreh, Hanan; Azmi, Kifaya; Amro, Ahmad; Ereqat, Suheir; Abdeen, Ziad; Al-Jawabreh, Amer
- Parasites & vectors 2012 v.5 no.1 pp. 183
- West Bank, etc ; DNA; Leishmania infantum; Phlebotominae; cysteine proteinases; dogs; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; foxes; humans; internal transcribed spacers; jackals; parasites; polymerase chain reaction; risk; surveys; visceral leishmaniasis; Mediterranean region; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Canine visceral leishmaniasis (CVL) is caused by Leishmania infantum in all Mediterranean countries. The Leishmania parasite is transmitted by the bite of a corresponding sand fly vector and primarily maintained in nature by wild and domestic reservoirs, including dogs, foxes and jackals. Infected dogs are the primary reservoir host in endemic regions and are the most significant risk ...
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- Ali-Shtayeh, M. S.; Jamous, R. M.; Hussein, E. Y.; Mallah, O. B.; Abu-Zaitoun, S. Y.
- Plant disease 2012 v.96 no.1 pp. 149
- West Bank, etc ; Bemisia tabaci; Citrullus lanatus; DNA; Watermelon chlorotic stunt virus; coat proteins; disease incidence; emerging diseases; genes; genetic databases; growth retardation; leaves; plant diseases and disorders; plant pathology; plant viruses; polymerase chain reaction; sequence analysis; summer; viruses; watermelons; Iran; Israel; Jordan; Lebanon; Sudan; Yemen; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... In the summer of 2010, watermelon plants (Citrullus lanatus Thunb.) from eight fields surveyed in two districts (Jenin and Qalqilia) in the West Bank of the Palestinian Authority (PA) exhibited typical Watermelon chlorotic stunt virus (WmCSV) symptoms including yellow veining, chlorotic mottling, stunting of young leaves, and reduction of yield. Disease incidence ranged from 8 to 98% and was assoc ...