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Oxidative status and lipid profile in mono- and co-infection with canine monocytic ehrlichiosis
Vector-borne diseases in dogs are a major health problem of zoonotic importance. Canine monocytic ehrlichiosis (CME) is one of the most common vector-borne infections in dogs. Co-infections with vectorborne diseases are reported to cause more severe pathological effects than mono-infections. The current study investigates the effects of mono- and co-infections with CME on oxidative status and lipid profiles in dogs. Dogs with vector-borne diseases were divided into two groups, mono-infected (ndoi:10.21521/mw.5817 fatcat:t6cuufezsjhcjjvoa4tsw4ey2q