Top 10 similar words or synonyms for haemominutum

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Mycoplasma haemofelis PCR-based assays have provided evidence that the Ohio variant and California variant of "H. felis" are in fact distinct species, "M. haemofelis" and "Candidatus Mycoplasma haemominutum" respectively. A third Haemoplasma, "Mycoplasma turicensis", was later identified in domestic cats. Haemoplasma species have also been identified in dogs ("M. haemocanis"), mice ("M. haemomuris"), opossum ("Candidatus M. haemodidelphis"), and alpaca ("Candidatus M. haemolamae"). In cats, "M. haemofelis" is the most virulent Haemoplasma species and is most often implicated in FIA in the United States.
Feline infectious anemia Feline infectious anemia (FIA) is an infectious disease found in felines, causing anemia and other symptoms. The disease is caused by a variety of infectious agents, most commonly "Mycoplasma haemofelis" (which used to be called "haemobartonella"). "Haemobartonella" and "eperythrozoon" species were reclassified as mycoplasmas. Coinfection often occurs with other infectious agents, including: feline leukemia virus (FeLV), feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), "ehrlichia" species, "anaplasma phagocytophilum", and Candidatus "Mycoplasma haemominutum".
Mycoplasma haemofelis Before the advent of modern PCR techniques, "M. haemofelis" and closely related Haemoplasmas "Candidatus Mycoplasma haemominutum" and "Candidatus Mycoplasma turicensis" were collectively classified as "Haemobartonella felis" based on similarities in gross morphology. The "Candidatus" distinction is given to newly described species in which additional evidence is required to support their classification. The inability of researchers to culture many "Mycoplasma spp." "in vitro" has made classification difficult. PCR analysis of 16S rRNA sequences of "Haemobartonella spp." showed greater similarity to those of Mollicutes than to those of the family Anaplasmataceae in the order Rickettsiales to which they were previously thought to belong.
Mycoplasma haemofelis Co-infection with FIV, FeLV, and "Candidatus Mycoplasma haemominutum" is common. Although "M. haemofelis" infection can cause acute hemolytic anemia in otherwise healthy cats, immunosuppression, including that brought on by retroviral pathogenesis, increases susceptibility to the most severe effects of "M. haemofelis" infection. In some cases, infected cats may remain asymptomatic carriers until compromising of the immune system permits increased parasitemia and the onset of acute symptoms. Interestingly, chronic "M. haemofelis" infection may promote neoplastic transformation of white blood cells in FeLV-infected individuals.