Heartwater disease is a tick-borne septicemic diesease of domest and wild animals. It is caused by Ehrlichia ruminantium and is spread by bont ticks. Heartwater disease is most common in Africa and some Indian Islands. In early stages of heartwater disease animals may be treated with sulfonamides and tetracyclines. In advance disease, prognosis is poor.
Heartwater Disease Bioinformatics Tool
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