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n. pl. an·a·o·plas·mo·ses (-mō′sēz)
Infection with parasitic rickettsiae of the genus Anaplasma, especially A. phagocytophilum, formerly classified as Ehrlichia phagocytophilum, that are transmitted by ticks and produce manifestations in humans similar to those of Rocky Mountain spotted fever, including rash, muscle pain, and fever.

[New Latin Anaplasma, genus name (ana- probably irregular alteration of Greek a-, an-, without; see a-1 + plasma, so called because the cells of the type species seem to contain only chromatin and no cytoplasm) + -osis.]


(Veterinary Science) another name for gallsickness
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Noun1.anaplasmosis - a disease of cattle that is transmitted by cattle ticksanaplasmosis - a disease of cattle that is transmitted by cattle ticks; similar to Texas fever
animal disease - a disease that typically does not affect human beings
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Adequate knowledge regarding disease determinants is necessary for the effective prevention and control of anaplasmosis in the region.
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These microorgaisms include those known to cause Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Babesiosis, Ehrlichiosis and Anaplasmosis. Vector-borne pathogens are microorganisms that are typically transmitted by arthropods such as ticks, mosquitoes or fleas.
Molecular biologist Susan Noh, at the Agricultural Research Service's Animal Disease Research Unit in Pullman, Washington, is working to develop a vaccine to protect against anaplasmosis, a tick-transmitted disease of cattle.
burgdorferi: Anaplasma phagocytophilum, the cause of human granulocytic anaplasmosis; Babesia microti; Borrelia miyamotoi; and the deer tick virus subtype of Powassan virus (POWV) (4-9).
Two heifers, however, showed signs of the tick-borne diseases, anaplasmosis and babesiosis respectively called gall sickness and red water in layman's terms.
Anaplasmosis has been clinically characterized by fever, severe anemia, jaundice, brownish urine, loss of appetite, dullness or depression, rapid deterioration of body condition, pale mucus membrane and labored breathing (Awadet al., 2011).
In the constituent entities of the Russian Federation in the health facilities of Rospotrebnadzor and public health organizations, points have been opened for the reception and conduct of studies of ticks for their infection by pathogens of tick-borne encephalitis, tick-borne borreliosis, anaplasmosis, and other infections.