A novel Ehrlichia genotype strain distinguished by the TRP36 gene naturally infects cattle in Brazil and causes clinical manifestations associated with ehrlichiosis

Daniel M. Aguiar, Thayza F. Ziliani, Xiaofeng Zhang, Andreia L.T. Melo, Ísis A. Braga, Rute Witter, Leodil C. Freitas, André L.H. Rondelli, Michele A. Luis, Eveline C.B. Sorte, Felipe W. Jaune, Vamilton A. Santarém, Mauricio C. Horta, Carolina A. Pescador, Edson M. Colodel, Herbert S. Soares, Richard C. Pacheco, Selma S.M. Onuma, Marcelo B. Labruna, Jere W. McBride

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