Canadian Lyme Research 2010-2018

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T. Lin, Gao, L., Zhang, C., Odeh, E., Jacobs, M. B., Coutte, L., Chaconas, G., Philipp, M. T., and Norris, S. J., Analysis of an Ordered, Comprehensive STM Mutant Library in Infectious Borrelia burgdorferi: Insights into the Genes Required for Mouse Infectivity., PLoS ONE, vol. 7, no. 10, 2012.
G. Chaconas, CSM Murray Award Lecture – Functional studies of the Lyme disease spirochete – from molecules to mice., Can J Microbiol, vol. 58, 2012.
J. Sperling, Middelveen, M., Klein, D., and Sperling, F., Evolving perspectives on Lyme borreliosis in Canada, The Open Neurology Journal. , vol. 6, no. Suppl. 1-M4, 2012.
Burgess H, Chilton NB, Krakowetz CN, Williams C, and Lohmann K, Granulocytic anaplasmosis in a horse from Saskatchewan, The Canadian Veterinary Journal, vol. 53, no. 8, 2012.
T. D. Gariepy, L. Lindsay, R., N H Ogden, and Gregory, T. R., Identifying the last supper: utility of the DNA barcode library for bloodmeal identification in ticks., Mol Ecol Resour., vol. 12, no. 4, 2012.
B. Henry, Crabtree, A., Roth, D., Blackman, D., and Morshed, M., Lyme disease: Knowledge, beliefs, and practices of physicians in a low-endemic area., Canadian Family Physician, vol. 58, no. 5, 2012.
C. Health, Lyme disease test kits and limitations, Canadian Adverse Reaction Newsletter, vol. 22, no. 4, 2012.
J. K. Koffi, Leighton, P. A., Pelcat, Y., Trudel, L., L. Lindsay, R., Milord, F., and N H Ogden, Passive Surveillance for I. scapularis ticks: enhanced analysis for early detection of emerging Lyme disease risk, J Med Entomol, vol. 49, no. 2, 2012.
P. A. Leighton, Koffi, J. K., Pelcat, Y., L. Lindsay, R., and N H Ogden, Predicting the speed of tick invasion: an empirical model of range expansion for Lyme disease vector Ixodes scapularis in Canada., Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 49, 2012.
G. Margos, Tsao, J. I., Castillo-Ramírez, S., Girard, Y. A., Hamer, S. A., Hoen, A. G., Lane, R. S., Raper, S. L., and N H Ogden, Two boundaries separate Borrelia burgdorferi populations in North America., Appl Environ Microbiol, vol. 78, no. 17, 2012.
J. Scott, Anderson, J. F., and Durden, L. A., Widespread Dispersal of Borrelia burgdorferi–Infected Ticks Collected from Songbirds Across Canada., Journal of Parasitology, vol. 98, no. 1, 2012.


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