Prevention of disease progression in Leishmania infantum-infected dogs with dietary nucleotides and active hexose correlated compound.

Segarra, Sergi.
Miró, Guadalupe.
Montoya, Ana.
Pardo-Marín, Luis.
Teichenné, Joan.
Ferrer, Lluís.
Cerón, José Joaquín.

Background: The prevalence of Leishmania infantum infection in clinically healthy dogs can be several times higher than that of clinical disease in endemic areas. Although treatment is not recommended in dogs with subclinical infection, these animals should be managed to prevent disease progression and parasite transmission to human beings or to other dogs. Dietary nucleotides and active hexose co... read more

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