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Two strains of the Western equine encephalitis virus (WEEV) were first detected and isolated in China in 2001. The maintenance and transmission cycles of WEEV in China are currently not well understood, and the mosquito vectors involved in these cycles are unknown. To understand the ability of...
Objective: To evaluate the results obtained though intersectoral coordination and community empowerment in one study carried out during 6 years in Playa Municipality, Cuba. Methods: A longitudinal assessment comparing one intervention and one control area was conducted. The intervention...
Vaccination efforts for Lyme disease prevention in humans have focused on wildlife reservoirs to target the causative agent, Borrelia burgdorferi , for elimination in vector ticks. Multiple host species are involved in the transmission and maintenance of the bacterium, but not all host species...
A representative, two-stage probability sampling design was used to select 40 villages in northern Azerbaijan with populations of <500 people to screen for evidence of prior infection with Francisella tularensis . Informed consent was provided, and samples were obtained from 796 volunteers and...
A critical analysis of two treatment trials of Chinese rhesus macaques infected with Borrelia burgdorferi indicates that insufficient attention was placed on documenting the blood levels, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamic parameters of the antibiotics used in this host. Consequently, it is...
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