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Many B. burgdorferi genes are regulated at the level of transcription during B. burgdorferi passage from ticks to mammals. Particular spirochete outer surface proteins of interest are OspA, OspC, and vlsE. The messenger RNA (mRNA) levels produced by these three genes were determined by a...
Of 1193 Texas slaughterhouse cattle serum samples assayed for anti-leptospiral antibodies by microscopic agglutination testing, 262 (22%) reacted with serovar pomona and 179 (15%) with serovar hardjo. Of 300 urine samples tested for leptospiral DNA by a polymerase chain reaction assay, 106 (35%)...
A blocking ELISA targeting an immunodominant West Nile epitope on the West Nile Virus NS1 protein was assessed for the detection of West Nile–specific antibodies in blood samples collected from 584 sentinel chickens and 238 wild birds collected in New Jersey from May–December 2000. Ten...
In the Baltic States, lyssaviruses are often detected in wildlife and presumed to constitute an important public health hazard. In order to decrease rabies incidence and eradicate wildlife reservoirs, a national rabies eradication program has been in place. Since 1970 a vaccination program in...
To determine the infection rate of Ixodes ricinus ( I. ricinus ) ticks with Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato ( B. burgdorferi sl) and to assess the frequency of the individual Borrelia species in this tick species, a total of 295 I. ricinus were collected in Taza region (Northeast of Morocco),...
A time-series analysis was conducted to study the impact of climate variability on the transmission of Japanese encephalitis in eastern China. Correlation and regression analyses were used to examine the relationship between monthly climatic variables and monthly incidence of Japanese...
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