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Lyme Borreliosis: Biology, Epidemiology and Control
Lyme Borreliosis Biology, Epidemiology and Control
by J. Gray (Editor), O. Kahl (Editor), R. S. Lane (Editor)
Edition: January 2002
Scientists explore ecological aspects of the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato, the causative agent of Lyme's disease in humans and domestic animals carried by ticks. They summarize its ecology in Europe, Russia, Japan and East Asia, and North America. Other topics include the history and characteristics of the disease, terminology and some methodological pitfalls, molecular and cellular biology of the bacteria, vectors, the vertebrate host, vaccination, and environmental management. Information generally scattered among specialist journals is here assembled for researchers, clinicians, and students of zoonotic or vector-borne infectious diseases.
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