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Volume 17, Number 5—May 2011

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Multitarget Test for Emerging Lyme Disease and Anaplasmosis in a Serosurvey of Dogs, Maine, USA

Peter W. RandComments to Author , Eleanor H. Lacombe, Susan P. Elias, Bruce K. Cahill, Charles B. Lubelczyk, and Robert P. Smith
Author affiliations: Author affiliation: Maine Medical Center Research Institute, South Portland, Maine, USA

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A) Canine seroprevalence for Anaplasma phagocytophilum and, in dogs never vaccinated against Lyme disease, for Borrelia burgdorferi in Maine counties arranged north to south, 2007. B) Maine counties, with the 10 tick-abundant counties used in the analyses shaded in gray. Counties: 1, Aroostook; 2, Piscataquis; 3, Somerset; 4, Penobscot; 5, Franklin; 6, Washington; 7, Hancock; 8, Oxford; 9, Waldo; 10, Kennebec; 11, Knox; 12, Lincoln; 13, Androscoggin; 14, Sagadahoc; 15, Cumberland; 16, York.

Figure 2. A) Canine seroprevalence for Anaplasma phagocytophilum and, in dogs never vaccinated against Lyme disease, for Borrelia burgdorferi in Maine counties arranged north to south, 2007. B) Maine counties, with the 10 tick-abundant counties used in the analyses shaded in gray. Counties: 1, Aroostook; 2, Piscataquis; 3, Somerset; 4, Penobscot; 5, Franklin; 6, Washington; 7, Hancock; 8, Oxford; 9, Waldo; 10, Kennebec; 11, Knox; 12, Lincoln; 13, Androscoggin; 14, Sagadahoc; 15, Cumberland; 16, York.

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