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An immunoblotting diagnostic assay for heartwater based on the immunodominant 32-kilodalton protein of Cowdria ruminantium detects false positives in field sera.

Mahan SM, Tebele N, Mukwedeya D, Semu S, Nyathi CB, Wassink LA, Kelly PJ, Peter T, Barbet AF.

J Clin Microbiol. 1993 Oct;31(10):2729-37.

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Detection of Cowdria ruminantium by means of a DNA probe, pCS20 in infected bont ticks, Amblyomma hebraeum, the major vector of heartwater in southern Africa.

Yunker CE, Mahan SM, Waghela SD, McGuire TC, Rurangirwa FR, Barbet AF, Wassink LA.

Epidemiol Infect. 1993 Feb;110(1):95-104.

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The immunodominant 32-kilodalton protein of Cowdria ruminantium is conserved within the genus Ehrlichia.

Jongejan F, de Vries N, Nieuwenhuijs J, Van Vliet AH, Wassink LA.

Rev Elev Med Vet Pays Trop. 1993;46(1-2):145-52.

PMID:
8134624
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A cloned DNA probe for Cowdria ruminantium hybridizes with eight heartwater strains and detects infected sheep.

Mahan SM, Waghela SD, McGuire TC, Rurangirwa FR, Wassink LA, Barbet AF.

J Clin Microbiol. 1992 Apr;30(4):981-6.

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Lack of cross-protection between Cowdria ruminantium and Ehrlichia phagocytophila.

Jongejan F, Wassink LA.

Rev Elev Med Vet Pays Trop. 1991;44(4):425-8.

PMID:
1843823
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Serotypes in Cowdria ruminantium and their relationship with Ehrlichia phagocytophila determined by immunofluorescence.

Jongejan F, Wassink LA, Thielemans MJ, Perie NM, Uilenberg G.

Vet Microbiol. 1989 Nov;21(1):31-40.

PMID:
2696198
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