10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «XENODIAGNOSTIC»
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Research on Lyme Disease
Overall, 77.8±1.8% of ticks acquired Borrelia after feeding on these mice over 5
xenodiagnostic infestations (Table 2, Group IV). Following the challenge with
Anaplasma-'mfected nymphs, all five Borrelia- infected mice developed IgG ...
Lyme Borreliosis: Biology, Epidemiology, and Control
Out of 124 positive xenodiagnostic ticks, 120 ticks (97%) were infected by B.
afzelii, two ticks contained B burgdorferi s.s. (one with a co-infection with B.
afzeliz) and two ticks contained uncharacterized spirochaetes. The isolation of B.
J. Gray, O. Kahl, R. S. Lane, 2002
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
... the treated human population retained its ability to infect flies for a longer
period of time than would be suggested from the skin biopsy results alone. This
xenodiagnostic differential has been noted previously for. 504 CUPP AND
Advances in Trypanosoma Research and Application: 2013 ...
With this purpose we conducted a cross-sectional xenodiagnostic survey of dog
and cat populations residing in 2 infested rural villages in Pampa del Indio, in the
humid Argentine Chaco.” According to the news reporters, the research ...
Trypanosomiasis and Leishmaniasis: with special reference to ...
When laboratory animals were inoculated with blood or intestinal material of R.
prolixus used in the xenodiagnostic test, a strain of S. cruzi which we called
Calluromys LNX was isolated from the C. philander. This strain has a high
CIBA Foundation Symposium, 2009
Journal of medical entomology
Nymphs from 2 xenodiagnostic positive mice were fed on 3 uninfected mice (C31
-I males and females, 18-20 g,). One mouse was infested with 3 nymphs derived
from a mouse that produced a high prevalence of xenodiagnostic positive ticks, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology
All laboratory mice and all white-footed mice infected xenodiagnostic ticks,
regardless of prior exposure to ticks (Table 3). Tick- borne spirochetes, therefore,
readily infected mice that had been exposed repeatedly to the bites of vector ticks
Infectious Diseases of Wild Birds
... uninfected ticks on a host and subsequently examining for tick infection) is the
optimal method for assessment of reservoir competence in a speci c species.
During eld studies, when it is virtually impossible to use xenodiagnostic methods,
Nancy J. Thomas, D. Bruce Hunter, Carter T. Atkinson, 2008
Advances in Parasitology APL
... trypanosomes further purely microscopical approaches appear to be futile;
perhaps conclusions in this sphere will be most easily reached by the
xenodiagnostic use of standard Glossina material. Attempts to acquire
comparative information ...
Critical Needs and Gaps in Understanding Prevention, ...
TABLE 4-1 Reservoir Competence of Selected Vertebrate Species for Borrelia
burgdorferi (Using Xenodiagnostic Ixodes Scapularis Larvae) Reservoir
Competence Common Name Lab/Field (%) Source White-footed mouse L ~75
Donahue et ...
Committee on Lyme Disease and Other Tick-Borne Diseases: The State of the Science, Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice, Institute of Medicine, 2011
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «XENODIAGNOSTIC»
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Lyme disease: There's new hope on the horizon
The xenodiagnostic method has been tested with mice. When a “clean” tick — a non-Lyme carrier produced in a laboratory — is placed on a mouse that has ... «The Weston Forum, May 13»
Lyme disease: New hope on the horizon
The xenodiagnostic method has been tested with mice. When a “clean” tick — a non-Lyme carrier produced in a laboratory — is placed on a mouse that has ... «The Redding Pilot, May 13»