Pathology of lethal theileriosis in naturally-infected roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus)
Counts for leukocyte markers: Counts for leukocyte markers.xlsx
Data on which Table (5.)2 and Figure (5.)20) are based:
Table (5.)2 Percentage of leucocytes that labeled with each marker per tissue for the control roan (Hippotragus equinus) cases and the roans with lethal theileriosis.
Figure (5.)20 Box and whisker plots of the number of immunoreactive mononuclear leucocyte-like cells (out of 300) for each tissue per marker.
Location of stained leukocytes: Location of stained leukocytes.xlsx
Data on which Table (5.)3 is based: Table (5.)3 Location of immunoreactive mononuclear leucocytes in four tissues from roan antelope with lethal theileriosis, summed over leucocyte markers.
Macroscopic data: VP macroscopic.xlsx
Figure (5.)1. Frequencies of the most commonly reported gross pathology lesions in 40 roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus) with lethal theileriosis.
Microscopic data: VP microscopic.xlsxFigure (5.)6 Frequencies of the most common histological findings/lesions in the tissues that were available for 34 roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus) with lethal theileriosis. MNGC