Additional file 1: of A lifelong study of a pack Rhodesian ridgeback dogs reveals subclinical and clinical tick-borne Anaplasma phagocytophilum infections with possible reinfection or persistence

Table S1. Tabulated quarter year life events and serological, molecular, haematological and clinical data from six dogs, 1998 throughout 2009. Life histories of the six Rhodesian ridgeback dogs described per quarter year from 1998 through 2009. For each dog 8 columns were annotated: a Life events and surgical interventions, medications; b Rectal temperature taken in the veterinary clinic; c Clinical observations especially bleeding tendencies and immunological derived symptoms; d Other clinical observations as lameness, pain, fatigue, tumors; e Thrombocyte counts; f Erythrocyte counts or form observations; g White blood cell counts; h Serological and molecular (DNA) detection of infection. Abbreviations: N, neutrophilia; n, neutropenia; L, lymphocytosis; l, lymphopenia; M, monocytosis; m, monocytopenia; E, eosinophilia; e, eosinopenia; Morula, morulae detected in neutrophils; P/P both positive; P/N, serological positive/molecular negative; N/P, serological negative/molecular positive; N/N, both negative; -/N, -/P, N/-, P/-, -/-, either one or both not performed. Note: No abbreviation is given for normal cell count. (XLS 176 kb)