Veterinary Pathogens and its Economical Importance
2 ; 1 ; in Month : March (2020) Article No : gjvcr-v2-1002
Andre L. A. Dos-Santos
The bloodborne pathogens are microorganisms present in blood or bodily fluids of infected individuals or animals that can cause disease. The most common infectious diseases of veterinary importance include several species of Trypanosoma, Theileria, Babesia and Anaplasma  Many zoonotic bloodborne pathogens circulate between animals and humans affecting human health and economic sectors. The cost of zoonotic diseases has been estimated about U$20 billion and affect economies as a whole .
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