Vet's Perspective

Jul 26, 2013


Anaplasma marginale or Anaplasma caudatum are the infectious cause of the general disease termed Anaplasmosis, also known as gall sickness. Anaplasma species are rickettsial parasites or bacteria that spend some of their life cycle within an arthropod.

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