huji Koret School of Veterinary Medicine

Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment,
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Gad Baneth, DVM, Ph.D

Dipl. ECVCP
Director, Koret School of Veterinary Medicine
The Rybak-Pearson Chair in Veterinary Medicine
Koret School of Veterinary Medicine, The Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food & Environment, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Office Address:
P.O. Box 12, Rehovot 76100, Israel
Phone: +972-(0)3-9688546; +972-(0)8-9489022
Fax: +972-(0)3-9604079;+972-(0)8-9467940
Email Address: gad.baneth@mail.huji.ac.il


Special interests

Vector-borne and zoonotic diseases.


Professional Experience and Qualifications

DVM, Koret School of Veterinary Medicine, 1990;

Postdoctoral fellowship, College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, USA, 1994-1995;

Clinical lecturer, 1995;

Senior clinical lecturer, 2000;

Ph.D., Hebrew University (Parasitology), 2000;

Diplomate European College of Veterinary Clinical Pathology (ECVCP), 2001;

Associate professor, 2006;

Professor of Veterinary Medicine, 2012;


Teaching

Basic Parasitology (for undergraduate students in Animal Sciences); Small Animal Infectious Diseases (veterinary medicine students);Veterinary Parasitology - course coordination

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Research

The Baneth laboratory focuses on vector-borne diseases with emphasis on the vector-host-parasite relationship, and the pathogenicity and immune response to vector-borne parasitic diseases.

Current research focuses on the immune response to canine leishmaniosis, novel diagnostic techniques for leishmaniosis, the hyrax as a reservoir for Leishmania tropica, parasitic coinfections, hepatozoonosis, trypanosomiasis, babesiosis, ehrlichiosis, dirofilariasis and the epidemiology of vector-borne parasitic diseases in Israel and the Middle East.

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Service

  • Chairman of the Academic Development Committee. School of Veterinary Medicine, Hebrew University 2007
  • Chairman of Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine joint graduate studies department 2007
  • Director, Koret School of Veterinary Medicine 2015

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International interests

Member of the Journal Editorial Board, Veterinary Parasitology from 2006

Collaborative Research Projects on Visceral leishmaniasis in Uzbekistan (funded by the EU), Leishmaniasis in the Palestinian Authority (funded by USAID) and European consortium on leishmaniasis; ; Project on visceral leishmaniasis in Ethiopia (Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation).

Head of Expert Advisory Group (EAG V) on Parasitic Zoonotic Pathogens. The European community FP7 Program Companion Animals Multisctorial, Interprofessional, and Interdisciplinary Strategic Think tank on Zoonoses (CALLISTO) 2011-2014

Advisor to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) on leishmaniosis (The Leishmaniosis Mandate) 2014-2015.


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Membership in Scientific organizations

- Member of Board of Directors, Israel Society for Parasitology, Protozoology and Tropical Diseases (ISPPTD)

- Member of the Kuvin Centre for the Study of Infectious and Tropical Diseases. The Hebrew University Hadassah School of Medicine


- Vice president of LeishVet - European Organization of Academic Veterinarians for Standardization of diagnosis, therapy and prevention of Canine Leishmaniosis

- Founding Member of the Organizing Committee - The International Society for Companion Animal Infectious Diseases (ISCAID)

- Member of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) from 2008

- Chairman of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) from 2014

- Associate member, the European Veterinary Parasitology College (EVPC) 2015

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Publications

  1. Strauss-Ayali D, and Baneth G. (1999). Canine Visceral Leishmaniasis. In L.E. Carmichael (Ed.), Recent Advances in Canine Infectious Diseases. International Veterinary Information Service (IVIS). A web-based publication. http://www.ivis.org
  2. Baneth G. (2001). Canine hepatozoonosis. In M.W. Service (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Arthropod- transmitted Infections of Man and Domesticated Animals. CABI publishing, Oxon, United Kingdom. pp. 215-220.
  3. Baneth G, Vincent-Johnson N. Hepatozoonosis (2005). In S.E. Shaw & M.J. Day (Eds.) Arthropod-borne Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat. Manson Publishing, London, United Kingdom. pp. 78-88.
  4. Baneth G, Shaw SE, Ferrer L, Roura X, and Day, M.J. Leishmaniosis (2005). In S.E. Shaw & M.J. Day (Eds.) Arthropod-borne Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat. Manson Publishing, London, United Kingdom. pp. 89-100.
  5. Baneth G, Breitschwerdt E.B., and Schantz P.M. Leishmaniases (2006). In C.E. Greene (Ed.) Infectious diseases of the Dog and Cat, 3rd Edition. Saunders Elsevier. St. Louis. USA. pp. 685-698.
  6. Baneth G, and Macintire D. Hepatozoonosis (2006). In C.E. Greene (Ed.) Infectious diseases of the Dog and Cat, 3rd Edition. Saunders Elsevier. St. Louis. USA. pp. 698-711.
  7. Talmi-Frank D, Jaffe CL, and Baneth G. Quantitative Computerized Western Blotting (2009). In R.H. Scofiled and Kurien B (Eds.) Western Blotting issue of "Methods in Molecular Biology". Humana Press, Totowa, New Jersey, USA. 536: pp. 103-113.
  8. Baneth G. Leishmaniosis (2010). The Merck Veterinary Manual, 10th Edition. Published by Merck & Co. pp. 726-728.
  9. Baneth G. Hepatozoonosis Canina y Felina (2011). In Miro and Solano-Gallego (Eds.). Enfermedades Vectoriales del Perro y el Gato. Acalanthis Communicacion y Estrategias, S.L.U. pp. 141-166 (In Spanish).
  10. Baneth G. Leishmaniasis (2011). In E. Cote (Ed.) Clinical Veterinary Advisor: Cat and Dogs, 2nd Edition. Elsevier Mosby. St. Louis. USA. pp. 643-644.
  11. Baneth G, and Solano-Gallego L. Leishmaniases (2011). In C.E. Greene (Ed.) Infectious diseases of the Dog and Cat, 4th Edition. Saunders Elsevier. St. Louis. USA. pp. 734-749.
  12. Baneth G, Hepatozoonosis (2011). In C.E. Greene (Ed.) Infectious diseases of the Dog and Cat, 4th Edition. Saunders Elsevier. St. Louis. USA. pp. 750-757.
  13. Solano Gallego L, and Baneth G. Canine Leishmaniosis (2012). In MJ Day, B Kohn (Eds.) BSAVA Manual of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine 2nd Edition. BSAVA, Gloucester, United Kingdom. pp. 174-181.
  14. Baneth G. Hepatozoonosis (2013). In Beugent F (Ed.) Guide to Vector Borne Diseases of Pets Published by Merial, Lyon, France. pp. 281-291.
  15. Baneth G. and Solano Gallego L. Feline babesiosis (2013). In Beugent F (Ed.) Guide to Vector Borne Diseases of Pets. Published by Merial, Lyon, France. pp. 303-307.
  16. Sykes J, Baneth G and Petersen CA. Leishmaniosis (2013). In Sykes JE (Ed.). Canine and Feline Infectious Diseases. Elsevier Saunders, St. Louis. USA. pp. 713-726.
  17. Baneth G. Leishmaniasis (2011). In E. Cote (Ed.) Clinical Veterinary Advisor: Cat and Dogs, 3rd Edition. Elsevier. St. Louis. USA. chapter in electronic version.
  18. Baneth G. Feline babesiosis and hepatozoonosis (2015). In Beugent F, L. Halos And M. Franc (Eds.). Parasitoses and Vector Borne Diseases of Cats. Published by Merial, Lyon, France. pp. 235-241.
  19. Solano-Gallego L, Baneth G. Diagnosis of protozoal and arthropod-borne diseases. In E. Villiers, J. Ristic and L. Blackwood (Eds.) BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Clinical Pathology 3rd Edition. BSAVA, Gloucester, United Kingdom. In press.
  20. Talmi-Frank D, Jaffe CL, and Baneth G. Quantitative Computerized Western Blotting in detail. In Kurien BT and Scofield RH (Eds.). Detection of Blotted Proteins: Methods and Protocols. Springer Business and Science Media, LL. New York, USA. In press.
  21. CABI Datasheets on Leishmania and Leishmaniosis. Published online in CABI AHPC (The Animal Health & Production Compendium). March 2015.
    Leishmania http://www.cabi.org/ahpc/datasheet/100731;
    Leishmaniosis http://www.cabi.org/ahpc/datasheet/77017
  22. Baneth G. Leishmaniosis. The Merck Veterinary Manual, 11th Edition. Published by Merck & Co. In press.

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Articles

  1. Nyska A, Harmelin A, Baneth G, Yakobson B, Perl S, Orgad U, and Waner T. (1993) Suprasellar Differentiated Germ Cell Tumor in a male dog. J. Vet. Diagn. Invest. 5: 462-467.
  2. Shkap V, Baneth G, and Pipano E. (1994). Circulating antibodies to Heatozoon canis demonstrated by immunofluoresence. J. Vet. Diagn. Invest. 6: 121-123.
  3. Waner T, Baneth G, Zuckerman A, and Nyska A. (1994). Hepatozoon canis : Size Measurement of the Gametocyte Using Image Analysis Technology. Comp. Haematol. Int. 4: 177-179.
  4. Baneth G, Harmelin A, and Presentey BZ.(1995). Hepatozoon canis infection in two dogs. J. Am. Vet. Med. Assoc. 206: 1891-1894.
  5. Baneth G, Lavy E, Shkap V, and Presentey BZ.(1995). Hepatozoon sp. parasitemia in a domestic cat. Feline Pract. 23:10-12.
  6. Baneth G, Shkap V, Presentey BZ, and Pipano E. (1996). Hepatozoon canis: the prevalence of antibodies and gamonts in dogs in Israel. Vet. Res. Commun. 20: 41-46.
  7. Baneth G, Waner T, Koplah A, Weinstein S, and Keysari A. (1996). Survey of Ehrlichia canis antibodies among dogs in Israel. Vet. Rec. 138:257-259.
  8. Baneth G, Shkap V, Savitsky I, and Pipano E. (1996). The prevalence of antibodies to Toxoplasma gondii in dogs in Israel. Israel J. Vet. Med. 51:31-33.
  9. Baneth G, Aroch I, Zur G, Harrus S, Schnur LF, and Jaffe CL. (1996) A new focus of canine visceral leishmaniasis in central Israel. Israel J. Vet. Med. 51: 43-44
  10. Baneth G, Kordick DL, Hegarty B, and Breitschwerdt EB. (1996). Comparative seroreactivity to Bartonella henselae and Bartonella Quintana among cats from Israel and North Carolina. Vet. Microbiol. 50:93-105.
  11. Baneth G, Jaffe CL, Zur G, and Schnur LF. (1996). Visceral Leishmaniasis- an emerging zoonosis in the Jerusalem area. Israel Med. Assoc. J. 32: 337.
  12. Baneth G, Aroch I, and Presentey BZ. (1997) Hepatozoon canis infection in a litter of Dalmatians. Vet. Parasitol. 70: 201-206.
  13. Baneth G, and Weigler B. (1997). A retrospective case-control study of canine hepatozoonosis in Israel. J. Vet. Intern. Med. 11:1891-1894.
  14. Vincent-Johnson NA, Macintire DK, Lindsay DS, Lenz SD, Baneth G, Shkap V, and Blagburn BL. (1997). A new Hepatozoon species from dogs: description of the causative agent of canine hepatozoonosis in North America. J. Parasitol . 83:1165-1172.
  15. Vincent-Johnson N, Macintire DK, and Baneth G (1997). Canine hepatozoonosis: pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment. Comp. Cont. Educ. Pract. 19: 51-65.
  16. Baneth G, Breitschwerdt EB, Hegarty BC, Pappalardo B, and Ryan J. (1998) A survey of tickborne bacteria and protozoa in naturally exposed dogs from Israel. Vet. Parasitol. 74: 133-142.
  17. Aroch I, Ohad D, and Baneth G. (1998). Severe hypocalcemia and hypomagnesemia with paretic signs and unusual electrocerdiographic signs in a lactating bitch. J. Small Anim. Pract. 39: 299-302.
  18. Baneth G, Shkap V, Pipano E, Savitsky I, and Samish M. (1998). Antibody response to Hepatozoon canis in experimentally infected dogs. Vet. Parasitol. 74: 297-303.
  19. Baneth G, Dank G, Keren-Kornblatt E, Sekeles E, Adini I, Eisenberger CL, Schnur LF, and Jaffe CL. (1998). The emergence of visceral leishmaniasis in central Israel. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 59: 722-725.
  20. Baneth G, Aroch I, Tal N, and Harrus S. (1998). Hepatozoon species infection in domestic cats.: A retrospective study. Vet. Parasitol. 79:123-133.
  21. Waner T, Baneth G, Strenger C, Keysari A, and Harrus S. (1999). Antibodies reactive with Ehrlichia canis, Ehrlichia phagocytophila genogroup antigens and the spotted fever group rickettsial antigens, in free-ranging jackals (Canis aureus syriacus) from Israel. Vet. Parasitol. 82: 121-128.
  22. Baneth G, Kass PH, Steinfeld D, and Besser M.(1999). A seroepidemiological study of Feline coronavirus, Feline immunodeficency virus and Feline leukemia virus among cats in Israel. Israel J. Vet. Med. 70: 55-56.
  23. Chatterjee M, Baneth G, Jaffe CL, Mandal C, and Sharma V. (1999). Diagnostic and prognostic potential of antibodies against o-acetylated sialic acids in canine visceral leishmaniasis. Vet. Immunol. Immunop. 70: 55-65.
  24. Baneth G, Barta JR, Shkap V, Martin DS, Macintire DK, and Vincent-Johnson N. (2000). Genetic and antigenic evidence supports the separation of Hepatozoon canis and Hepatozoon americanum at the species level. J. Clin. Microbiol. 38: 1298-1301.
  25. Baneth G, Shkap V, Samish M, and Jaffe CL. (2000). Antigenic analysis of gamonts of Hepatozoon canis purified from leukocytes. J. Parasitol. 86: 289-284.
  26. Baneth G, Samish M, Alekseev Y, Aroch I, and Shkap V. (2001). Transmission of Hepatozoon canis to dogs by naturally fed or percutaneously injected Rhipicephalus sanguineus ticks. J. Parasitol. 87: 606-611.
  27. Shamir M, Yakobson B, Baneth G, King R, Dar-Verker S, Markovics A, and Aroch I. (2001). Antibodies to selected canine pathogens and infestation with intestinal helminths in golden jackals (Canis aureus) in Israel. Vet. J.162: 66-72.
  28. Harrus S, Waner T, Strauss-Ayali D, Bark H, Jongejan F, Hect G, and Baneth G. (2001). Dynamics of IgG1 and IgG2 subclass response in dogs naturally and experimentally infected with Ehrlichia canis. Vet. Parasitol. 99: 63-71.
  29. Abdeen ZA, Sawalha SS, Eisenberger CL, Khanfar HM, Greenblatt CL, Yousef O, Schnur LF, Azmi K, Warburg A, Bader KA, Jaffe CL, and Baneth G. (2002). Epidemiology of Visceral Leishmaniasis in the Jenin District, West Bank, 1989-1998. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 66: 329-333.
  30. Mazaki-Tovi M, Baneth G, Aroch I, Harrus S, Kass PH, Ben-Ari T, Zur G, Aizenberg I, Bark H, and Lavy E. (2002) Canine spirocercosis: clinical, diagnostic, pathologic, and epidemiologic characteristics. Vet. Parasitol. 107: 235-250.
  31. Baneth G, Volanski Z, Anug Y, Favia G, Bain O, and Goldstein RE. (2002). Dirofilaria repens infection in a dog: diagnosis and treatment with melarsomine and doramectin. Vet. Parasitol. 105: 173-178.
  32. Baneth G, and Shaw SE (2002). Chemotherapy of canine leishmaniosis. Vet. Parasitol. 106: 315-324.
  33. Harrus S, Klement E, Aroch I, Stein T, Bark H, Lavy E, Mazaki-Tovi M, and Baneth G. (2002). Retrospective study of 46 cases of feline haemobartonellosis in Israel and their relation with FeLV and FIV infections. Vet. Rec. 151: 82-85.
  34. Baneth G, and Shkap V. (2003). Tissue cysts of Hepatozoon canis. J. Parasitol. 89: 379-381.
  35. Tasker S, Helps CR, Day MJ, Harbour DA, Shaw SE, Harrus S, Baneth G, Lobetti RG, Malik RM, Beaufils JP, Bedford CR, and Gruffydd-Jones TJ. (2003). Phylogentic analysis of Hemoplasma species – an international study. J. Clin. Microbiol. 41: 3877-3880.
  36. Baneth G, Mathew JS, Shkap V, Macintire DK, Barta JR, and Ewing SA (2003). Canine hepatozoonosis: two disease syndromes caused by separate Hepatozoon species. Trends Parasitol. 19: 27-31.
  37. Jacobson RL, Eisenberger CL, Svoboda M, Baneth G, Sztern J, Carvalho J, Nasereddin A, El Fari M, Shalom U, Volf P, Votypka J, Dedet JP, Pratlong F, Schoenian G, Schnur LF, Jaffe CL, and Warburg A. (2003). Outbreak of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Northern Israel. J. Infect. Dis. 188: 1065-1073.
  38. Baneth G (2003). Disease risks for the traveling pet: Hepatozoonosis. In Pract. 25: 272-27.
  39. Fishman Z, Gonen L, Harrus S, Strauss-Ayali D, King R, and Baneth G. (2004). A serosurvey of Hepatozoon canis and Ehrlichia canis antibodies in wild red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) from Israel. Vet. Parasitol. 119: 21-26.
  40. Baneth G, Kenny MJ, Tasker S, Anug Y, Shkap V, Levy A, and Shaw SE. (2004). Infection with a proposed new subspecies of Babesia canis, Babesia canis subsp. presentii identified in the domestic cat. J. Clin. Microbiol. 42: 99-105.
  41. Jaffe CL, Baneth G, Abdeen ZA, Schlein Y, and Warburg A. (2004). Leishmaniasis in Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Trends Parasitol. 20: 328-332.
  42. Strauss-Ayali D, Jaffe CL, Burshtain O, Gonen L, and Baneth G. (2004) Polymerase Chain reaction using noninvasively obtained samples, for the detection of Leishmania infantum DNA in dogs. J. Infect. Dis. 189: 1729-1733.
  43. Mylonakis ME, Koutinas AF, Baneth G, Polizopoulou Z, and Fytianou A. (2004). Mixed Ehrlichia canis, Hepatozoon canis, and presumptive Anaplasma phagocytophilium infection in a dog. Vet. Clin. Path. 33: 249-251.
  44. Gonen L, Strauss-Ayali D, Shkap V, Vincent-Johnson N, Macintire DK, and Baneth G. (2004). An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for antibodies to Hepatozoon canis. Vet. Parasitol. 122: 131-130.
  45. Segev G, Baneth G, Levitin B, Shlosberg A, and Aroch I. (2004). Ionophore poisoning with a high mortality in 17 dogs caused by the accidental lasalocid contamination of a commercial dog food. Vet. Rec. 155: 174-176.
  46. Strauss-Ayali D, Baneth G, Shor S, Okano F, and Jaffe CL. (2005). Interleukin-12 augments interferon-γ production and lymphocyte proliferation in canine visceral leishmaniasis, Int. J. Parasitol. 31: 63-73.
  47. Mylonakis ME, Leontides L, Gonen L, Billinis C, Koutinas AF, and Baneth G. (2005). Anti-Hepatozoon canis serum antibodies and gamonts in naturally-occurring canine monocytic ehrlichiosis. Vet. Parasitol. 129: 229-233.
  48. Paludo GR, Friedmann H, Dell'Porto A, Macintire DK, Whitley EM, Bourdreaux MK, Baneth G, and Blagburn BL. (2005). Hepatozoon sp: Pathological and 18S rRNA sequence analysis from three Brazilian dogs. Parasitol. Res. 97: 167-170.
  49. Harrus S, and Baneth G (2005). Drivers for the emergence and reemergence of vector-borne protozoal and rickettsial organisms. Int. J. Parasitol. 35: 1309-1318.
  50. Nasereddin A, Baneth G, Schonian G, Kanaan M, and Jaffe CL. (2005). Molecular fingerprinting of Leishmania infantum strains following an outbreak of visceral leishmaniasis in central Israel. J. Clin. Microbiol. 43: 6054-6059.
  51. Gal A, Kleinbart S, Aizenberg Z, and Baneth G. (2005). Aortic thromboembolism associated with Spirocerca lupi infection. Vet. Parasitol. 130: 331-335.
  52. Talmi-Frank D, Stauss-Ayali D, Jaffe CL, and Baneth G. (2006). Kinetics, diagnostic and prognostic potential of quantitative western blot and antigen-specific ELISA in experimental canine leishmaniasis. Clin. Vaccine Immunol. 13:271-276.
  53. Nasereddin A, Ereqat S, Azmi K, Baneth G, Jaffe CL, and Abdeen Z. (2006). Serological survey with PCR validation for canine visceral leishmaniasis in northern Palestine. J. Parasitol. 92: 178-183.
  54. Bauer O, Baneth G, Eshkol T, Shaw SE, and Harrus S. (2006) Polygenic detection of Rickettsia felis in cat fleas (Ctenocephalides felis) from Israel. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 74: 444-448.
  55. Levi O, Waner T, Baneth G, Keysari A, Bruchim Y, Silverman J, and Harrus S. (2006). Seroprevalence of Anaplasma phagocytophilum among healthy dogs and horses in Israel. J. Vet. Med. B. 53: 78-80.
  56. Steinman A, Shpigel NY, Mazar S, King R, Baneth G, and Shkap V. (2006). Low seroprevalence of antibodies to Neospora caninum in wild canids in Israel. Vet. Parasitol. 137: 15-158.
  57. Halperin T, Orr N, Cohen R, Hasin T, Davidovitch N, Klement E, Kayouf R, Baneth G, Cohen D, and Yavzori M. (2006). Detection of Relapsing Fever in Israel using PCR for the Glycerolphophodiester phosphodiesterase (GlpQ) gene. Acta Trop. 98: 189-195.
  58. Svobodova M, Votypka J, Peckova J, Dvorak V, Nasereddin A, Baneth G, Sztern J, Kravchenko V, Orr A, Meir D, Schnur LF, Volf P, and Warburg A. (2006). Distinct transmission cycles of Leishmania tropica in 2 adjacent foci, northern Israel. Emerg. Infect. Dis. 12: 1860-1868.
  59. Bruchim Y, Steinman A, Markovitz M, Baneth G, Elad D, and Shpigel N, Y. (2006). Toxicological, bacteriological and serological diagnosis of botulism in a dog. Vet. Rec. 158: 768-769.
  60. Aroch I, King R, and Baneth G. (2007). Hematological and serum biochemistry values of trapped healthy free-ranging rock hyraxes (Procavia capensis) and their association with age, sex and gestational status. Vet. Clin. Path. 36: 40-47.
  61. Baneth G, Samish M, and Shkap V. (2007). Life cycle of Hepatozoon canis (Apicomplexa: Adeleorina: Hepatozoidae) in the Tick Rhipicephalus sanguineus and Domestic dog (Canis familiaris). J. Parasitol. 93: 283-299.
  62. Strauss-Ayali D, Baneth G, and Jaffe CL. (2007). Splenic immune responses during canine visceral leishmaniasis. Vet. Res. 38: 547-564.
  63. Gal A, Harrus S, Aroch I, Lavy E, Aizenberg Z, Mekuzas Y, and Baneth G. (2007). Co-infection with multiple tick-borne and intestinal parasites in a 6-week-old dog. Can Vet. J. 48: 619-622.
  64. Harrus S, Lior Y, Ephros M, Grisaru-Soen G, Keysary A, Strenger C, Jongejan F, Waner T, and Baneth G. (2007). Rickettsia conorii in humans and dogs: a seroepidemiological survey of two rural villages in Israel. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 77: 133-135.
  65. Kligler EB, Shkap V, Baneth G, Mildenberg Z, and Steinman A. (2007). Seroprevalence of Neospora spp. among asymptomatic horses, aborted mares and horses demonstrating neurological signs in Israel. Vet. Parasitol. 148: 109-113.
  66. Eiras DF, Basabe J, Scodellaro CF, Banach DB, Matos ML, Krimer A. and Baneth G. (2007) First molecular characterization of canine hepatozoonosis in Argentina: evaluation of asymptomatic Hepatozoon canis infection in dogs from Buenos Aires. Vet. Parasitol. 149: 275-279.
  67. Gal A, Loeb E, Yisaschar-Mekuzas Y, and Baneth G. (2008). Detection of Ehrlichia canis by PCR in different tissues obtained during necropsy from dogs surveyed for naturally occurring canine monocytic ehrlichiosis. Vet. J. 175: 212-217.
  68. Zhang X, Luo T, Keysary A, Miyashiro S, Baneth G, Strenger C, Waner T, and McBride JE. (2008). Genetic and antigenic diversity of major immunodominant proteins in globally distributed Ehrlichia canis strains. Clin. Vaccine Immunol. 15: 1080-1088.
  69. Baneth G, and Aroch I. (2008) Canine leishmaniasis – a diagnostic and clinical challenge. Vet. J. 175:14-15.
  70. Cardoso L, Costa AS, Sousa JT, Vieira L, Eyal O, Yisaschar-Mekuzas Y, and Baneth G. (2008). Babesia canis canis and Babesia canis vogeli infections in dogs from Northern Portugal. Vet. Parasitol. 156: 199-204.
  71. Nasereddin A, Bensoussan-Hermano E, Schonian G, Baneth G, and Jaffe CL. (2008). Molecular diagnosis of Old World cutnaeous leishmaniasis and species identification by use of a reverse line blot hybridization assay. J. Clin. Microbiol. 46: 2848-2855.
  72. Baneth G, Koutinas AF, Solano-Gallego L, Bourdeau P, and Ferrer L. (2008) Canine leishmaniosis- New Concepts and Insights on an Expanding Zoonosis – part one. Trends Parasitol. 24:324-330.
  73. Mirό G, Cardoso L, Pennisi MG, Oliva G, and Baneth G. (2008). Canine leishmaniosis- New Concepts and Insights on an Expanding Zoonosis – part two. Trends Parasitol. 24: 371-377.
  74. Amro A, Schönian G, Al-Sharabati MB, Azmi K, Nasereddin A, Abdeen Z , Schnur LF, Baneth G, Jaffe CL, and Kuhls K. (2009). Population genetics of Leishmania infantum in Israel and the Palestinian Authority through microsatellite analysis. Microbes Infect. 11: 484-492.
  75. Baneth G, Harrus S, Ohnona FS, and Schlesinger Y. (2009). Longitudinal quantification of Ehrlichia canis in experimental infection with comparison to natural infection. Vet. Microbiol. 136: 321-325.
  76. Abdelmajeed N, Azmi K, Jaffe CL, Ereqat S, Amro A, Sawalhah S, Baneth G, Schonian G, and Abdeen Z. (2009). Kinetoplast DNA heterogeneity among Leishmania infantum strains in central Israel and Palestine. Vet. Parasitol. 161: 126-130.
  77. Marchetti V, Lubas G, Baneth G, Modenato M, and Mancianti F. (2009). Hepatozoonosis in a dog with neurological signs from Italy. Vet. Clin. Path. 38:121-125.
  78. Harrus S, Kahila Bar-Gal G, Golan A, Elazari-Volcani R, Kosoy MY, Morick D, Avidor B, and Baneth G. (2009). Isolation and genetic characterization of a Bartonella strain closely related to Bartonella tribocorum and Bartonella elizabethae in Israeli commensal rats. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 81: 55-58.
  79. Solano-Gallego L, and Baneth G. (2009). Canine leishmaniosis: a challenging zoonosis. Euro. J. Comp. Animal Pract. 18: 232-241.
  80. Klement E, Shpigel N, Balicer R, Baneth G, Grotto I, and Davidovitch N.(2009) 'One Health', from science to policy: examples from the Israeli Experience. Vet. Italiana. 45: 45-53.
  81. Peleg O, Baneth G, Eyal O, Inbar J. and Harrus S. (2009) The use of chimeric DNA/RNA primers in quantitative PCR for the detection of Ehrlichia canis and Babesia canis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75: 6393-6398.
  82. Berlin D, Loeb E, and Baneth G. (2009). Disseminated central nervous system disease caused by Trypanosoma evansi in a horse. Vet. Parasitol. 161:316-319.
  83. Morick D, Baneth G, Avidor B, Kosoy MY, Mumcuoglu KY, Mintz D, Eyal O, Goethe R, Mietze A, Shpigel N, and Harrus S. (2009). Detection of Bartonella spp. in wild rodents in Israel using HRM real-time PCR. Vet. Microbiol. 139: 293-297.
  84. Solano-Gallego L, Koutinas A, Miró G, Cardoso L, Pennisi MG, Ferrer L, Bourdeau P, Oliva G, and Baneth G. (2009). Directions for the diagnosis, clinical staging, treatment and prevention of canine leishmaniosis. Vet. Parasitol. 165: 1-18.
  85. Salant H, Yasur Landau D, and Baneth G. (2009). A cross sectional survey of Toxoplasma gondii antibodies in Israeli pigeons. Vet. Parasitol. 165: 145-149.
  86. Henn JB, Chomel BB, Boulouis HJ, Kasten RW, Murray WL, Bar-Gal G, King R, Courreau JF, and Baneth G. (2009). Bartonella rochalimea in Raccoons, Coyotes, and Red Foxes. Emerg. Infect. Dis. 15: 1984-1987.
  87. Mekuzas Y, Gradoni L, Oliva G, Foglia Manzillo V, and Baneth G. (2009). Ehrlichia canis and Leishmania infantum co-infection: a 3-year longitudinal study in naturally exposed dogs. Clin. Microbiol. Infect. 15 (s2): 30-31.
  88. Cardoso L. Tuna J, Vieira L, Yisaschar-Mekuzas Y, and Baneth G. (2010). Molecular detection of Anaplasma platys and Ehrlichia canis in dogs from the north of Portugal. Vet. J. 183: 232-233.
  89. Talmi-Frank D, Nasereddin A, Schnur LF, Schönian G, Özensoy Töz S, Jaffe CL,and Baneth G. (2010). Detection and Identification of Old World Leishmania by High Resolution Melt Analysis. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 12;4(1):e581.
  90. Talmi-Frank D, Jaffe CL, Nasereddin A, Warburg A, King R, Svobodova M, Peleg O, and Baneth G. (2010). Leishmania tropica in Rock Hyraxes (Procavia capensis) in a Focus of Human Cutaneous Leishmaniasis. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 82: 814-818.
  91. Cardoso L, Yisaschar-Mekuzas Y, Rodrigues FT, Costa A, Machado J, Diz-Lopes D, and Baneth G. (2010). Canine babesiosis in northern Portugal and molecular characterization of vector-borne co-infections. Parasit Vectors. 3: 27.
  92. Sasanelli M, Paradies P, Greco B, Eyal O, Zaza V, and Baneth G. (2010). Failure of imidocarb dipropionate to eliminate Hepatozoon canis in naturally infected dogs based on parasitological and molecular evaluation methods. Vet Parasitol. 171: 194-199.
  93. Peleg O, Baneth G, Eyal O, Inbar J, and Harrus S. (2010). Multiplex real time qPCR for the detection of Ehrlichia canis and Babesia canis vogeli. Vet Parasitol. 173: 292-299.
  94. Berlin D, Nasereddin A, Azmi K, Ereqat S, Abdeen Z and Baneth G (2010). Longitudinal study of an outbreak of Trypanosoma evansi infection in equines and dromedary camels in Israel. Vet. Parasitol. 174: 317-322.
  95. Talmi-Frank D, Kedem N, King R, Kahila Bar-Gal G, Edery N, Jaffe CL, and Baneth G. (2010). Leishmania tropica Infection in Golden Jackals (Canis aureus) and Red Foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in Israel. Emerg. Infect. Dis. 16: 1973-1975.
  96. Harrus S, Perlman-Avrahami A, Mumcuoglu KY, Morick D, and Baneth G. (2011). Molecular detection of Rickettsia massiliae, Rickettsia sibirica mongolitimonae and Rickettsia conorii israelensis in ticks from Israel. Clin Microbiol Infect. 17: 176-180.
  97. Harrus S, Perlman-Avrahami A, Mumcuoglu KY, Morick D, Eyal O, and Baneth G. (2011). Molecular detection of Ehrlichia canis, Anaplasma bovis, Anaplasma platys, Candidatus Midichloria mitochondrii and Babesia canis vogeli in ticks from Israel. Clin Microbiol Infect. 17: 459-463.
  98. de Miranda RL, de Castro JR, Olegário MMM, Beletti ME, Mundim MV, O'Dwyer LH, Eyal O, Cury MC, and Baneth G. (2011). Oocysts of Heaptozoon canis in Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus collected from a naturally infected dog. Vet. Parasitol. 177: 392–396.
  99. Otranto D, Dantas-Torres F, Weigl S, Latrofa MS, Stanneck D, Decaprariis D, Capelli G and Baneth G. (2011). Diagnosis of Hepatozoon canis in young dogs by cytology and PCR. Parasit. Vectors, 4: 55.
  100. Simões PB, Cardoso L, Araújo M, Yisaschar-Mekuzas Y, and Baneth G. (2011). Babesiosis due to the canine Babesia microti-like small piroplasm in dogs – first report from Portugal and possible vertical transmission. Parasit. Vectors 4: 50.
  101. Little L, and Baneth G. (2011). Cutaneous Hepatozoon canis infection in a dog from New Jersey. J. Vet. Diagn. Invest. 23: 585-588.
  102. Kovalenko DA, Razakov SA, Ponirovsky EN, Warburg A, Nasyrova RM, Ponomareva VI, Fatullaeva AA, Nasereddin A, Klement E, Alam MZ, Schnur LF, Jaffe CL, Schönian G, and Baneth G. (2011). Canine leishmaniosis and its relationship to human visceral leishmaniasis in Eastern Uzbekistan. Parasit. Vectors, 4: 58.
  103. Solano-Gallego L, and Baneth G. (2011). Babesiosis in dogs and cats- expanding parasitological and clinical spectra. Vet. Parasitol. 181: 48-60.
  104. Baneth G. (2011) Perspectives on canine and feline hepatozoonosis. Vet. Parasitol. 181: 3-11.
  105. Martinez-Subiela S, Strauss-Ayali D, Cerón JJ, and Baneth G (2011). Acute phase protein response in experimental canine leishmaniosis. Vet. Parasitol. 180: 197-202.
  106. Solano-Gallego L, Miró G, Koutinas A, Cardoso L, Pennisi MG, Ferrer L, Bourdeau P, Oliva G, and Baneth G. (2011). LeishVet guidelines for the practical management of canine leishmaniosis. Parasit. Vectors. 4: 86.
  107. Talmi-Frank D, Jaffe CL, Nasereddin A, Baneth G (2012). Leishmania tropica experimental infection in the rat using luciferase-transfected parasites. Vet. Parasitol. 187: 57-62.
  108. Steinman A, Zimmerman T, Klement E, Berlin D, Gottlieb-Dror Y, Baneth G. (2012). Demographic and environmental risk factors for infection by Theileria equi in 590 horses in Israel. Vet. Parasitol. 187: 558-562.
  109. Giannitti F, Diab SS, Uzal FZA, Fresneda K, Rossi D, Talmi-Frank D, and Baneth G. (2012). Infection with a Hepatozoon sp. closely related to Hepatozoon felis in a wild Pampas gray fox (Lycalopex -Pseudalopex- gymnocercus) co-infected with canine distemper virus. Vet. Parasitol. 186: 497-502.
  110. Bitton E, Bibring U, Bruchim Y, Baneth G. (2012). Hepatozoonosis in a dog with skeletal and joints involvement: A case report and review of the literature. Israel J. Vet. Med. 67: 1-6.
  111. Berlin D, Nasereddin A, Azmi K, Ereqat S, Abdeen Z, Eyal O, Baneth G. (2012). Prevalence of Trypanosoma evansi in horses in Israel evaluated by serology and reverse dot blot. Res.Vet, Sci, 93: 1225-1230.
  112. Otranto D, Dantas-Torres F, Tarallo VD, do Nascimento Ramos RA, Stanneck D, Baneth G, de Caprariis D. (2012). Apparent tick paralysis by Rhipicephalus sanguineus (Acari: Ixodidae) in dogs. Vet. Parasitol. 188: 325-329.
  113. Baneth G, Bourdeau P, Bourdoiseau G, Bowman D, Breitschwerdt E, Capelli G, Cardoso L, Dantas-Torres F, Day M, Dedet JP, Dobler G, Ferrer L, Irwin P, Kempf V, Kohn B, Lappin M, Little S, Maggi R, Miro G, Naucke T, Oliva G, Otranto D, Penzhorn B, Pfeffer M, Roura X, Sainz A, Shaw S, Shin S, Solano-Gallego L, Straubinger R, Traub R, Trees A, Truyen U, Demonceau T, Fitzgerald R, Gatti D, Hostetler J, Kilmer B, Krieger K, Mencke N, Mendao C, Mottier L, Pachnicke S, Rees B, Siebert S, Stanneck D, Tarancon Mingote M, von Simson C, Weston S. (2012). Vector-Borne Diseases - constant challenge for practicing veterinarians: recommendations from the CVBD World Forum. Parasit Vectors. 20;5 :55.
  114. Halos L, Baneth G, Beugnet F, Bowman AS, Chomel B, Farkas R, Franc M, Guillot J, Inokuma H, Kaufman R, Jongejan F, Joachim A, Otranto D, Pfister K, Pollmeier M, Sainz A, Wall R. (2012). Defining the concept of “tick repellency” in veterinary medicine. Parasitology 139: 419-423.
  115. Dantas-Torres F, Solano-Gallego L, Baneth G, Ribeiro VM, de Paiva-Cavalcanti M, Otranto D. (2012). Canine leishmaniosis in the Old and New Worlds: unveiled similarities and differences. Trends Parasitol. 28: 531-538.
  116. Salant H, Hamburger J, King R, Baneth, G. (2013). Toxoplasma gondii prevalence in Israeli crows and Griffon vultures. Vet. Parasitol. 191: 23– 28.
  117. Rudoler N, Baneth G, Eyal O, van Straten M, Harrus S. (2012). Evaluation of an attenuated strain of Ehrlichia canis as a vaccine for canine monocytic ehrlichiosis. Vaccine. 31: 226– 233.
  118. Yisaschar-Mekuzas Y, Jaffe C.L, Pastor J, Cardoso L, Baneth G. (2013). Identification of Babesia species infecting dogs using reverse line blot hybridization for six canine piroplasms, and evaluation of co-infection by other vector-borne pathogens. Vet. Parasitol. 191: 367– 373.
  119. Eiras DF, Belén Craviotto M, Vezzanic D, Eyal O, Baneth G. (2013) First description of natural Ehrlichia canis and Anaplasma platys infections in dogs from Argentina. Comp Immunol Microbiol Infect Dis. 36: 169-173.
  120. Cardoso L, Cortes HC, Reis A, Rodrigues P, Simões M, Lopes AP, Vila-Viçosa MJ, Talmi-Frank D, Eyal O, Solano-Gallego L, Baneth G. (2013) Prevalence of Babesia microti-like infection in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) from Portugal. Vet. Parasitol. 196: 90– 95.
  121. Kamani J, Baneth G, Mumcuoglu KY, Waziri NE, Eyal O, Guthmann Y, Harrus S (2013). Molecular detection and characterization of tick-borne pathogens in dogs and ticks from Nigeria. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 7(3): e2108.
  122. Giannelli A, Ramos RA, Di Paola G, Mencke N, Dantas-Torres F, Baneth G, Otranto D (2013) Transstadial transmission of Hepatozoon canis from larvae to nymphs of Rhipicephalus sanguineus. Vet. Parasitol. 196: 1-5.
  123. Baneth G, Sheiner A, Eyal, O, Hahn S, Beaufils JP, Anug Y, Talmi-Frank D (2013). Redescription of Hepatozoon felis (apicomplexa: hepatozoidae) based on phylogenetic analysis, tissue and blood form morphology, and possible transplacental transmission. Parasit Vectors. 6: 102.
  124. Kleinerman G, Baneth G, Mumcuoglu K, van Straten Michael, Berlin D, Apanaskevich D, Abdeen Z, Nasereddin A, Harrus S (2013). Molecular detection of Rickettsia africae, Rickettsia aeschlimannii and Rickettsia sibirica mongolitimonae in camels and Hyalomma spp. ticks from Israel. Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis. 13: 851-856.
  125. Giannelli A, Nascimento Ramos RA, Dantas-Torres F, Mencke N, Baneth G, Otranto D (2013). Experimental evidence against transmission of Hepatozoon canis by Ixodes ricinus. Ticks Tick Borne Dis. 4: 391-394
  126. Lorusso V, Dantas-Torres F, Caprio F, Manzionna M, Santoro F, Baneth G, Otranto D (2013). Paediatric Visceral Leishmaniasis in Italy: a 'One Health' approach is needed. Parasit Vectors 6: 123.
  127. Baneth G, Bourdeau P, Cardoso L, Ferrer L, Koutinas A, Miro G, Oliva G, Pennisi MG, Solano-Gallego L (2013). Canine Leishmaniasis. Kleintierpraxis, 58, 6: 321-328.
  128. Baneth G. (2013). Canine leishmaniasis: Bridging science, public health and politics. Vet J. 198: 9-10.
  129. Kamani J, Akanbi BO, Baneth G, Morrick D, Harrus S (2013). Co-Infection with Capillaria hepatica and Bartonella elizabethae in a Brown Rat (Rattus norvegicus) from Nigeria. Israel J. Vet. Med. 68: 230-233.
  130. Salant T, Mumcuoglu K, Baneth G (2014). Ectoparasites in urban stray cats of Jerusalem, Israel: differences in infestation patterns with fleas, ticks and permanent ectoparasites. Med Vet Entomol, 28(3):314-8.
  131. Martinez-Subiela S, Cerón JJ, Strauss-Ayali D, Garcia-Martinez JD, Tecles F, Tvarijonaviciute A, Caldin M, Baneth G (2014). Serum ferritin and paraoxonase-1 in canine leishmaniosis. Comp Immunol Microbiol Infect Dis. 37: 23-29.
  132. Rojas A, Rojas D, Montenegro V, Gutiérrez R, Yasur D, Baneth G (2014). Vector-borne pathogens in dogs from Costa Rica: first molecular description of Babesia vogeli and Hepatozoon canis infections with a high prevalence of monocytic ehrlichiosis and the manifestations of co-infection. Vet. Parasitol. 199: 121-128.
  133. Gebrekidan H, Hailu A, Kassahun A, Rohoušová I , Maia C, Talmi-Frank D, Warburg A, Baneth G (2014). Theileria infection in domestic ruminants in Northern Ethiopia. Vet. Parasitol. 200: 31-38.
  134. Nascimento Ramos RA, Giannelli A, Carbone D, Baneth G, Dantas-Torres F, Otranto D (2014). Occurrence of Hepatozoon canis and Cercopithifilaria bainae in an off-host population of Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato ticks. Ticks Tick Borne Dis. 5: 311-314.
  135. De Tommasi AS, Giannelli A, De Caprariis D, Nascimento Ramos RA, Di Paola G, Crescenzo G, Dantas-Torres F, Baneth G, Otranto D (2014). Failure of imidocarb dipropionate and toltrazuril/emodepside plus clindamycin in treating Hepatozoon canis infection. Vet. Parasitol. 200: 242-245.
  136. Baneth G, Zivotofsky D, Nachum-Biala Y, Yasur-Landau D, Botero AM (2014) Mucocutaneous Leishmania tropica infection in a dog from a human cutaneous leishmaniasis focus. Parasit. Vectors 7: 118.
  137. De Tommasi AS, Baneth G, Breitschwerdt EB, Stanneck D, Dantas-Torres F, Otranto D, de Caprariis D (2014). Anaplasma platys in bone marrow megakaryocytes of young dogs. J. Clin. Microbiol. 52: 2231-2234.
  138. Cardoso L, Cortes HC, Eyal O, Reis A, Lopes AP, Vila-Viçosa MJ, Rodrigues PA, Baneth G (2014). Molecular and histopathological detection of Hepatozoon canis in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) from Portugal. Parasit Vectors 7: 113.
  139. Vilhena H, Granada S, Oliveira AC, Schallig HD, Nachum-Biala Y, Cardoso L, Baneth G (2014). Serological and molecular survey of Leishmania infection in dogs from Luanda, Angola. Parasit Vectors 7: 114.
  140. Giannelli A, Baldassarre V, Ramos RA, Lia RP, Furlanello T, Trotta M, Dantas-Torres F, Baneth G, Otranto D (2014). Spirocerca lupi infection in a dog from southern Italy: an "old fashioned" disease? Parasitol Res. 113: 2391-2394.
  141. Dantas-Torres F, Baneth G, Miró G, Cardoso L, Oliva G, Solano-Gallego L, Bourdeau P, Otranto D (2014). Further thoughts on "Asymptomatic dogs are highly competent to transmit Leishmania (Leishmania) infantum chagasi to the natural vector". Vet Parasitol. 204: 443-444.
  142. Baneth G (2014). Tick-borne infections of animals and humans: a common ground. Int J Parasitol. 44: 591–596.
  143. Eiras DF, Craviotto MB, Baneth G, Moré G (2014). First report of Rangelia vitalii infection (canine rangeliosis) in Argentina. Parasitol Int. 63: 729-734.
  144. Farkas R, Solymosi N, Takács N, Hornyák A, Hornok S, Nachum-Biala Y, Baneth G (2014). First molecular evidence of Hepatozoon canis infection in red foxes and golden jackals from Hungary. Parasit Vectors. 7: 303.
  145. Kamani J, Baneth G, Mitchell M, Mumcuoglu KY, Gutiérrez R, Harrus S (2014). Bartonella Species in Bats (Chiroptera) and Bat Flies (Nycteribiidae) from Nigeria, West Africa. Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis. 14: 625-632.
  146. de Miranda RL, O'Dwyer LH, de Castro JR, Metzger B, Rubini AS, Mundim AV, Eyal O, Talmi-Frank D, Cury MC, Baneth G (2014). Prevalence and molecular characterization of Hepatozoon canis in dogs from urban and rural areas in Southeast Brazil. Res Vet Sci. 97: 326–329.
  147. Nasereddin A, Risheq A, Harrus S, Azmi K, Ereqat S, Baneth G, Salant H, K.Y. Mumcuoglu KY, Abdeen Z (2014). Bartonella Species in Fleas from Palestinian Territories: Prevalence and Genetic Diversity. J Vector Ecol. 39: 261-270.
  148. De Tommasi AS, Otranto D, Furlanello T, Tasca S, Cantacessi C, Breitschwerdt EB, Stanneck D, Dantas-Torres F, Baneth G, Capelli G, de Caprariis D (2014). Evaluation of blood and bone marrow in selected canine vector-borne diseases. Parasit Vectors. 7: 534.
  149. Baneth G, Harrus S, Gal A, Aroch I (2015). Canine vector-borne co-infections: Ehrlichia canis and Hepatozoon canis in the same host monocytes. Vet Parasitol. 208: 30-34.
  150. Kamani J, Baneth G, Apanaskevich DA, Mumcuoglu KY, Harrus S (2015). Molecular detection of Rickettsia aeschlimannii in Hyalomma spp. ticks from camels (Camelus dromedarius) in Nigeria, West Africa. Med Vet Entomol. 29:205-209.
  151. Farkas R, Takács N, Hornyák Á, Nachum-Biala Y, Hornok S, Baneth G. (2015). First report on Babesia cf. microti infection of red foxes (Vulpes vulpes ) from Hungary. Parasit Vectors. 8:55.
  152. Hernández L, Montoya A, Checa R, Dado D, Gálvez R, Otranto D, Latrofa MS, Baneth G, Miró G (2015). Course of experimental infection of canine leishmaniosis: follow-up and utility of noninvasive diagnostic techniques. Vet Parasitol. 207: 149-155.
  153. Kassahun A, Sadlova J, Dvorak V, Kostalova T, Frynta D, Aghova T, Yasur-Landau D, Lemma W, Hailu A, Baneth G, Warburg A, Volf P, Votypka J. (2015). Detection of Leishmania donovani and L. tropica in Ethiopian wild rodents. Acta Trop. 145: 39-44.
  154. Rzotkiewicz S, Gutiérrez R, Krasnov BR, Morick D, Khokhlova IS, Nachum-Biala Y, Baneth G, Harrus S. (2015). Novel evidence suggests that a "Rickettsia felis-like" organism is an endosymbiont of the desert flea, Xenopsylla ramesis. Mol Ecol. 24(6):1364-1373.
  155. Cardoso L, Gilad M, Cortes HCE, Nachum-Biala Y, Lopes AP, Vila-Viçosa MJ, Simões M, Rodrigues PA, Baneth G. (2015). First report of Anaplasma platys infection in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) and molecular detection of Ehrlichia canis and Leishmania infantum in foxes from Portugal. Parasit Vectors. 8(1):144.
  156. Cito F, Rijks J, Rantsios AT, Cunningham AA, Baneth G, Guardabassi L, Kuiken T, Giovannini A. (2015). Prioritization of Companion Animal Transmissible Diseases for Policy Intervention in Europe. J Comp Pathol. In press.
  157. Rojas A, Rojas D, Montenegro VM, Baneth G. (2015). Detection of Dirofilaria immitis and other arthropod-borne filarioids by an HRM real-time qPCR, blood-concentrating techniques and a serological assay in dogs from Costa Rica. Parasit Vectors. 8(1):170.
  158. Rudoler N, Harrus S, Martinez-Subiela S, Tvarijonaviciute A, van Straten M, Cerón JJ, Baneth G. (2015). Comparison of the acute phase protein and antioxidant responses in dogs vaccinated against canine monocytic ehrlichiosis and naive-challenged dogs. Parasit Vectors. 8(1):175.
  159. Baneth G, Florin-Christensen M, Cardoso L, Schnittger L. (2015).Reclassification of Theileria annae as Babesia vulpes sp. nov. Parasit Vectors. 8(1):207.
  160. Aroch I, Markovics A, Mazaki-Tovi M, Kuzi S, Harrus S, Yas E, Baneth G, Bar-El M, Bdolah-Abram T, Segev G, Lavy E. (2015). Spirocercosis in dogs in Israel: A retrospective case-control study (2004-2009). Vet Parasitol. 211(3-4):234-240.
  161. Pennisi MG, Cardoso L, Baneth G, Bourdeau P, Koutinas A, Miró G, Oliva G, Solano-Gallego L. (2015). Leishvet update and recommendations on feline leishmaniosis. Parasit Vectors. 8(1):302.
  162. Talmi-Frank D, Jaffe CL, Baneth G. (2015). Quantitative computerized Western blotting in detail. Methods Mol Biol. 1312:141-150.
  163. Carcy B, Randazzo S, Depoix D, Adaszek L, Cardoso L, Baneth G, Gorenflot A, Schetters TP (2015). Classification of Babesia canis strains in Europe based on polymorphism of the Bc28.1-gene from the Babesia canis Bc28 multigene family.Vet Parasitol. 211(3-4):111-123.
  164. Aroch I, Rojas A, Slon P, Lavy E, Segev G, Baneth G. (2015). Serological cross-reactivity of three commercial in-house immunoassays for detection of Dirofilaria immitis antigens with Spirocerca lupi in dogs with benign esophageal spirocercosis. Vet Parasitol. 211(3-4):303-305.
  165. Rohousova I, Talmi-Frank D, Kostalova T, Polanska N, Lestinova T, Kassahun A, Yasur-Landau D, Maia C, King R, Votypka J, Jaffe CL, Warburg A, Hailu A, Volf P, Baneth G. (2015). Exposure to Leishmania spp. and sand flies in domestic animals in northwestern Ethiopia. Parasit Vectors. 8(1):360.
  166. Schwarzer S, Margos G, Overzier E, Fingerle V, Baneth G, Straubinger RK. (2015). Borrelia persica: In vitro cultivation and characterization via conventional PCR and multilocus sequence analysis of two strains isolated from a cat and ticks from Israel. Ticks Tick Borne Dis. 6: 751–757.
  167. Kassahun A, Sadlova J, Benda P, Kostalova T, Warburg A, Hailu A, Baneth G, Volf P, Votypka J. (2015). Natural infection of bats with Leishmania in Ethiopia. Acta Trop. 150: 166-170.
  168. Salant H, Mazuz ML, Savitsky I, Nasereddin A, Blinder E, Baneth G. (2015), Neospora caninum in crows from Israel. Vet Parasitol. In press.

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