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Summary This study was carried out in Kassala State, Eastern Sudan, during January 2009 to December 2010 to determine Babesia bigemina prevalence and tick infestation among cattle. Blood smears and blood spotted on filter papers were collected from 334 head while ticks were collected from 105 head. B. bigemina was detected in three (0.90%) out of 334 samples using blood smears and out of 25 samples subjected to PCR, three samples, including the three positive cases detected by blood smear examination, (12%) were positive. Three genera of ticks, Hyalomma, Rhipicephalus, and Amblyomma were identified including eight species; Hyalomma anatolicum, H. dromedarii, H. rufipes, H. impeltatum, Rhipicephalus evertsi evertsi, R. sanguineus, R. (Boophilus) decoloratus and Amblyomma lepidum. This study suggests that the low prevalence of disease is due to fact that the vector tick does not occur in the state, hence cattle are at risk whenever the vector tick is introduced and established. However, more detailed study is highly needed based on at least two successive years in order to monitor the disease situation in different seasons of the year.

 
 
   
 
 

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