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, E. M. ( 1992 ): Bivariate flow cytometry of farm animal chromosomes: a potential tool for gene mapping. . Anim. Genet. 23 , 203 – 210 . Dolezel , J. and Bartos , J. ( 2005

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Alenka Dovč, Mateja Stvarnik, Urška Mavri, Gordana Gregurić-Gračner, and Iztok Tomažić

References Bizjak , M. ( 2004 ): Microchips and identification of wild animals in captivity . In: Vlahovic, K. and Marinculic, H. (eds) First Croatian

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Authors: Monika Drážovská, Boris Vojtek, Jana Mojžišová, Simona Koleničová, Filip Koľvek, Marián Prokeš, Ľuboš Korytár, Alexander Csanady, Anna Ondrejková, Tatiana Vataščinová, and Mangesh Ramesh Bhide

occurrence ( Eisen, 2018 ). It was also described in animals and humans in many countries of Europe ( Jahfari et al., 2014 ). Some studies observed co-exposure to A. phagocytophilum with other serious zoonotic pathogens, especially Borrelia burgdorferi

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Varga, J., Tuboly, S. and Mészáros, J. (1999): Infectious Diseases of Domestic Animals. Veterinary Epidemiology II (in Hungarian). Mezőgazdasági Kiadó, Budapest, 1999. Infectious Diseases of Domestic Animals

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Authors: Anna Linda Nógrádi, Iain Cope, Márton Balogh, and János Gál

. Cornell , K. ( 2012 ): Stomach . In: Tobias , K. M. and Johnston , S. A. (eds) Veterinary Surgery: Small Animal . Saunders, Elsevier , St. Louis. pp. 1484 – 1512

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Authors: István Szabó, Tamás Molnár, Imre Nemes, Tamás Abonyi, Zsolt Terjék, and Ádám Bálint

References Anonymous ( 1997 ): Decree No. 41/1997 (V. 28.) of the Minister of Agriculture on issuing the Animal Health Regulation [in Hungarian

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Fabiano José Ferreira de Sant’Ana, Juliana dos Santos Batista, Guilherme Reis Blume, Luciana Sonne, and Claudio Severo Lombardo de Barros

family Sarcocystiidae ( Hill et al., 2005 ). Domestic and wild cats are definitive hosts, but several vertebrate species can serve as intermediate hosts for T. gondii . The disease is described occasionally in wild animals and rarely in sloths ( Túry et

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Authors: István Szabó, Lajos Bognár, Tamás Molnár, Imre Nemes, and Ádám Bálint

Office of Hungary on 1 December 2018). Hungary has an exceptionally large herd size (2,933 animals/herd in 2016) in large-scale pig farms compared to other EU member countries, the second highest after Denmark (3,182 pigs) (Eurostat, https

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Salem Juwaid, Ratko Sukara, Aleksandra Penezić, Darko Mihaljica, Gorana Veinović, Nickolas G. Kavallieratos, Duško Ćirović, and Snežana Tomanović

. Z. ( 2014 ): Rapid urbanization of red foxes in Estonia: distribution, behaviour, attacks on domestic animals, and health-risks related to zoonotic diseases . PLoS One 9 , 1 – 15

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connected with the experiment were performed according to the permit issued by the Local Ethics Committee for Animal Experimentation in Olsztyn (Decision No. 47/2009/DTN). Dogs suffering from IBD were patients of the Veterinary Clinic of the University of

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