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    We report the presence of Babesia vogeli in dogs in Chile. During two surveillance campaigns separated by a year, sixty-three blood samples from free-ranging rural dogs in Coquimbo, Chile, were analysed through conventional PCR screening of the 18S rRNA for Babesia species. Sequencing confirmed the presence of Babesia vogeli in 6.3% of the tested animals, with positive cases in both years. All the sequences showed 100% nucleotide sequence identity among them and 99.8% with other previously published sequences from dogs. No clinical signs or haematological abnormalities other than thrombocytopenia were found in the parasitized individuals. This is the first report of a canine piroplasmid in Chile. © 2020 Blackwell Verlag GmbH.

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    Sophia Di Cataldo, Claudia Ulloa-Contreras, Aitor Cevidanes, Claudia Hernández, Javier Millán. Babesia vogeli in dogs in Chile. Transboundary and emerging diseases. 2020 Nov;67(6):2296-2299

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    PMID: 32367669

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