GEWICHT: 56 kg
Intime Dienste: Gang Bang, Rape, Anal aktiv, Anal passiv, Rollenspiel
Molecular detection of apicomplexan parasites in splenic samples of red foxes collected from northeastern Poland was conducted by PCR amplification of a fragment of the 18S rRNA spanning the V4 gene region of Apicomplexa.
Positive PCR products were further analysed by restriction fragment length polymorphism RFLP and sequencing to identify species. One hundred and eleven red foxes Vulpes vulpes were acquired from 15 localities in the Mazovian Province and 27 foxes were acquired from the Mazurian Lakeland. Apicomplexan 18S rDNA was detected in Three apicomplexan species were identified: Hepatozoon canis was detected in This data represent the first record of H.
Infected foxes may act as sylvatic reservoirs of these apicomplexan parasites as well as serving as a source of infection for arthropod definitive hosts and vectors.
Molecular characterisation of Babesia canis canis isolates from naturally infected dogs in Poland. Veterinary Parasitology, , — DOI: Hepatozoon canis infection of wild carnivores in Brazil.
Veterinary Parasitology, 70, — Circulation of Toxocara spp. Development and evaluation of a seminested PCR for detection and differentiation of Babesia gibsoni Asian genotype and B. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 41, — Molecular characterisation of Babesia canis canis and Babesia canis vogeli from naturally infected European dogs.