TRANSMISSION OF LYME
RECOVERY OF LYME SPIROCHETES BY PCR IN SEMEN SAMPLES OF PREVIOUSLY DIAGNOSED LYME DISEASE PATIENTS
Probable Non–Vector-borne Transmission of Zika Virus, Colorado, USA
Lyme Disease is in the South
Lyme/Ehrichia/RMSF found in Lonestar tick
Lyme Borreliosis in Human Patients in Florida and Georgia, USA
Ehrlichia and Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae Surveillance in Amblyomma americanum in Virginia Through Use of a Novel Six-Plex Real-Time PCR Assay.
Lyme in North Carolina
Delineation of a New Species of the Borrelia burgdorferi Sensu Lato Complex, Borrelia americana
ANTIBODIES TO BORRELIA BURGDORFERI IN DEER AND RACCOONS
ANTIBODIES TO Bb IN DEER AND RACCOONS
Borrelia sp. in Ticks Recovered from White-tailed
Deer in Alabama
Borrelia sp. in Ticks Recovered from White-tailed Deer in AL
Antibodies to Borrelia burgdorferi in rodents in the eastern and southern United States.
Clinical evidence for rapid transmission of Lyme disease following a tickbite
(Powassan virus is a co-infection of Lyme Disease)
Short report: duration of tick attachment required for transmission of powassan virus by deer ticks.
Surveillance of Zoonotic Infectious Disease Transmitted by Small Companion Animals http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/18/12/12-0664-t1.htm
Ticks and mosquitoes as vectors of Borrelia burgdorferi s. l. in the forested areas of Szczecin.
Selected phenotypic features of BR91, a unique spirochaetal strain isolated from the Culex pipiens mosquito.
Ticks and biting insects infected with the etiologic agent of Lyme disease, Borrelia burgdorferi.
Ticks and Biting Insects Infected with the Etiologic Agent of Lyme Disease, Borrelia burgdorferi
Borrelia Outer Membrane Surface Proteins and Transmission Through the Tick
Exotic ticks introduced into the United States on imported reptiles from 1962 to 2001 and their potential roles in international dissemination of diseases.
SPREAD OF PATHOGENS BY WILD BIRDS, WILDLIFE, & DOMESTIC ANIMALS:
Bacterial and protozoal agents of feline vector-borne diseases in domestic and stray cats from southern Portugal
Wild Birds and Urban Ecology of Ticks and Tick-borne Pathogens, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2005–2010
Probable transfusion-transmission of Anaplasma phagocytophilum (coinfection of Lyme) by leukoreduced platelets