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Volume 11, Number 1—January 2005

Research

Hypersensitivity to Ticks and Lyme Disease Risk

Georgine Burke*†, Stephen K. Wikel†, Andrew Spielman‡, Sam R. Telford‡§, Kathleen McKay*†, Peter J. Krause*†Comments to Author , and the Tick-borne Infection Study Group
Author affiliations: *Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; †University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; ‡Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA; §Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, North Grafton, Massachusetts, USA

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Figure 1

Reported tick bite and itch by serosurvey year on Block Island, Rhode Island, 1991–2000.

Figure 1. . Reported tick bite and itch by serosurvey year on Block Island, Rhode Island, 1991–2000.

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1Harvard University: Richard Pollack, Steven Tahan; Connecticut Children's Medical Center: Patricio Tomas, Diane Christianson; University of Connecticut School of Medicine: T.V. Rajan, Raymond Ryan, Feliciano Dias, Pamela Fall, Tracey Urso, Christine Abreu, Jonathan Covault; Block Island Medical Center: Peter Baute, Linda Closter, Janice Miller.

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