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Ticks

Ticks transmit a variety of different pathogens including bacteria, protozoa, and viruses which can produce serious and even fatal disease in humans and animals. Tens of thousands of cases of tickborne disease are reported each year, including Lyme disease. See the EID Lyme Disease Spotlight. Lyme disease is the most well-known tickborne disease. However, other tickborne illnesses such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever, tularemia, babesiosis, and ehrlichiosis also contribute to severe morbidity and more mortality each year.

Symptoms of tickborne disease are highly variable, but most include sudden onset of fever, headache, malaise, and sometimes rash. If left untreated, some of these diseases can be rapidly fatal.

2018

Ehrlichia Infections, North Carolina, USA, 2016
Ross M. Boyce et al. (Volume 24, Number 11) Rickettsia japonica Infections in Humans, Zhejiang Province, China, 2015
Qunying Lu et al. (Volume 24, Number 11) Rickettsia rickettsii Co-feeding Transmission among Amblyomma aureolatum Ticks
Jonas Moraes-Filho et al. (Volume 24, Number 11) Detection of Tickborne Relapsing Fever Spirochete, Austin, Texas, USA
Jack D. Bissett et al. (Volume 24, Number 11) Human Babesiosis, Yucatán State, Mexico, 2015
Gaspar Peniche-Lara et al. (Volume 24, Number 11) Japanese Spotted Fever in Eastern China, 2013
Jiabin Li et al. (Volume 24, Number 11) Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae in Inner Mongolia, China, 2015–2016
Gaowa et al. (Volume 24, Number 11) Borrelia miyamotoi Disease in an Immunocompetent Patient, Western Europe
Dieuwertje Hoornstra et al. (Volume 24, Number 9) Case Report and Genetic Sequence Analysis of Candidatus Borrelia kalaharica, Southern Africa
Katarina Stete et al. (Volume 24, Number 9) Correlation of Severity of Human Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus Disease and Pathogenicity in Mice
Chaitanya Kurhade et al. (Volume 24, Number 9) Fatal Tickborne Phlebovirus Infection in Captive Cheetahs, Japan
Keita Matsuno et al. (Volume 24, Number 9) Increasing Prevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto–Infected Blacklegged Ticks in Tennessee Valley, Tennessee, USA
Graham J. Hickling et al. (Volume 24, Number 9) Molecular Confirmation of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Epidemic Agent in Mexicali, Mexico
Luis Tinoco-Gracia et al. (Volume 24, Number 9) Probable Locally Acquired Babesia divergens–Like Infection in Woman, Michigan, USA
Erica Herc et al. (Volume 24, Number 8) Seroepidemiologic Survey of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus in Selected Risk Groups, South Africa
Sabeehah Vawda et al. (Volume 24, Number 7) Virus RNA Load in Patients with Tick-Borne Encephalitis, Slovenia
Ana Saksida et al. (Volume 24, Number 7) Ehrlichia muris in Ixodes cookei Ticks, Northeastern United States, 2016–2017
Guang Xu et al. (Volume 24, Number 6) Rickettsia parkeri in Dermacentor parumapertus Ticks, Mexico
Sokani Sánchez-Montes et al. (Volume 24, Number 6) Borrelia miyamotoi sensu lato in Père David Deer and Haemaphysalis longicornis Ticks
Yi Yang et al. (Volume 24, Number 5) Alkhurma Hemorrhagic Fever Virus RNA in Hyalomma rufipes Ticks Infesting Migratory Birds, Europe and Asia Minor
Tove Hoffman et al. (Volume 24, Number 5) Dynamics of Spirochetemia and Early PCR Detection of Borrelia miyamotoi
Lyudmila Karan et al. (Volume 24, Number 5) Fatal Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus Infections Caused by Siberian and European Subtypes, Finland, 2015
Suvi Kuivanen et al. (Volume 24, Number 5) Potentially Same Novel Ehrlichia Species in Horses in Nicaragua and Brazil
Thállitha S.W.J. Vieira et al. (Volume 24, Number 5) Seroprevalence of Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus Antibodies in Rural Areas, South Korea
Mi Ah Han et al. (Volume 24, Number 5) Transmission of Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus by Haemaphysalis longicornis Ticks, China
Lu Zhuang et al. (Volume 24, Number 5) Identification of Wild Boar–Habitat Epidemiologic Cycle in African Swine Fever Epizootic
Erika Chenais et al. (Volume 24, Number 4) Borrelia miyamotoi Infections in Humans and Ticks, Northeastern China
Bao-Gui Jiang et al. (Volume 24, Number 2) Rickettsia africae and Novel Rickettsial Strain in Amblyomma spp. Ticks, Nicaragua, 2013
Helena Vogel et al. (Volume 24, Number 2) Relative Risk for Ehrlichiosis and Lyme Disease Where Vectors for Both Are Sympatric, Southeastern United States
Marcia E. Herman-Giddens et al. (Volume 24, Number 2)

2017

Acute Myopericarditis Associated with Tickborne Rickettsia sibirica mongolitimonae
Pablo Revilla-Martí et al. (Volume 23, Number 12) Bourbon Virus in Field-Collected Ticks, Missouri, USA
Harry M. Savage et al. (Volume 23, Number 12) Identification of Dermacentor reticulatus Ticks Carrying Rickettsia raoultii on Migrating Jackal, Denmark
Kirstine Klitgaard et al. (Volume 23, Number 12) Phylogenetic Characterization of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus, Spain
Eva Ramírez de Arellano et al. (Volume 23, Number 12) Tick-Borne Encephalitis in Sheep, Romania
Jiri Salat et al. (Volume 23, Number 12) Fatal Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever along the United States–Mexico Border, 2013–2016
Naomi A. Drexler et al. (Volume 23, Number 10) Unrecognized Subclinical Infection with Tickborne Encephalitis Virus, Japan
Kentaro Yoshii et al. (Volume 23, Number 10) Lyme Borreliosis in Finland, 1995–2014
Eeva Sajanti et al. (Volume 23, Number 8) Serologic Evidence of Powassan Virus Infection in Patients with Suspected Lyme Disease1
Holly M. Frost et al. (Volume 23, Number 8) Rickettsia sibirica mongolitimonae Infection, Turkey, 2016
Ferit Kuscu et al. (Volume 23, Number 7) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever in Migrant Worker Returning from Oman to India, 2016
Pragya D. Yadav et al. (Volume 23, Number 6) Podcast Relative Risk for Ehrlichiosis and Lyme Disease in an Area Where Vectors for Both Are Sympatric, New Jersey, USA
Andrea Egizi et al. (Volume 23, Number 6) Listen to the podcast Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus in Ticks and Roe Deer, the Netherlands
Setareh Jahfari et al. (Volume 23, Number 6) Diagnosis and Management of Borrelia turicatae Infection in Febrile Soldier, Texas, USA
Anna M. Christensen et al. (Volume 23, Number 5) Reemergence of African Swine Fever in Zimbabwe, 2015
Juanita van Heerden et al. (Volume 23, Number 5) Use of Mass-Participation Outdoor Events to Assess Human Exposure to Tickborne Pathogens
Jessica L. Hall et al. (Volume 23, Number 3) Human Tick-Borne Encephalitis, the Netherlands
Vishal Hira et al. (Volume 23, Number 1) Travel-Related Tick-Borne Encephalitis, Israel, 2006–2014
Eyal Meltzer et al. (Volume 23, Number 1)

2016

Rickettsia raoultii in Dermacentor reticulatus Ticks, Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, Ukraine, 2010
Grzegorz Karbowiak et al. (Volume 22, Number 12) Human Infection with Novel Spotted Fever Group Rickettsia Genotype, China, 2015
Hao Li et al. (Volume 22, Number 12) Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever, Southern Spain, 2004–2015
Luis Castilla-Guerra et al. (Volume 22, Number 12) Unique Strain of Borrelia miyamotoi in Ixodes pacificus Ticks, California, USA
Vanessa J. Cook et al. (Volume 22, Number 12) Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Complicated by Co-infection with Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae, China
Qing-Bin Lu et al. (Volume 22, Number 11) Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome in Patients Suspected of Having Scrub Typhus
Yu Mi Wi et al. (Volume 22, Number 11) Spotted Fever Group Rickettsia in the Pampa Biome, Brazil, 2015–2016
Bárbara Weck et al. (Volume 22, Number 11) African Tick-Bite Fever in Traveler Returning to Slovenia from Uganda
Petra Bogovic et al. (Volume 22, Number 10) Borrelia miyamotoi–Associated Neuroborreliosis in Immunocompromised Person
Katharina Boden et al. (Volume 22, Number 9) Large-Scale Survey for Tickborne Bacteria, Khammouan Province, Laos
Andrew J. Taylor et al. (Volume 22, Number 9) Borrelia miyamotoi Infection in Patients from Upper Midwestern United States, 2014–2015
Dean A. Jobe et al. (Volume 22, Number 8) Human Babesiosis, Bolivia, 2013
Simona Gabrielli et al. (Volume 22, Number 8) Human Tick-Borne Encephalitis and Characterization of Virus from Biting Tick
Anna J. Henningsson et al. (Volume 22, Number 8) Seroconversions for Coxiella and Rickettsial Pathogens among US Marines Deployed to Afghanistan, 2001–2010
Christina M. Farris et al. (Volume 22, Number 8) Possible Case of Novel Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiosis in Traveler Returning to Japan from India
Ichiro Takajo et al. (Volume 22, Number 6) Podcast Rickettsia parkeri Rickettsiosis, Arizona, USA
Kristen L. Herrick et al. (Volume 22, Number 5) Listen to the podcast Rickettsia sibirica mongolitimonae Infection, France, 2010–2014
Emmanouil Angelakis et al. (Volume 22, Number 5) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus IgG in Goats, Bhutan
Sonam Wangchuk et al. (Volume 22, Number 5) Expanded Geographic Distribution and Clinical Characteristics of Ehrlichia ewingii Infections, United States
Rebecca M. Harris et al. (Volume 22, Number 5) Fatal Monocytic Ehrlichiosis in Woman, Mexico, 2013
Carolina G. Sosa-Gutierrez et al. (Volume 22, Number 5) Q Fever, Scrub Typhus, and Rickettsial Diseases in Children, Kenya, 2011–2012
Alice N. Maina et al. (Volume 22, Number 5) Borrelia miyamotoi and Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis in Ixodes ricinus Ticks, Romania
Zsuzsa Kalmár et al. (Volume 22, Number 3) Identification of Novel Zoonotic Activity of Bartonella spp., France
Muriel Vayssier-Taussat et al. (Volume 22, Number 3) Lyme Disease in Hispanics, United States, 2000–2013
Christina A. Nelson et al. (Volume 22, Number 3) Anaplasmataceae-Specific PCR for Diagnosis and Therapeutic Guidance for Symptomatic Neoehrlichiosis in Immunocompetent Host
Michael Schwameis et al. (Volume 22, Number 2) Candidatus Coxiella massiliensis Infection
Emmanouil Angelakis et al. (Volume 22, Number 2) AP92-like Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus in Hyalomma aegyptium Ticks, Algeria
Matej Kautman et al. (Volume 22, Number 2) Frequency and Distribution of Rickettsiae, Borreliae, and Ehrlichiae Detected in Human-Parasitizing Ticks, Texas, USA
Elizabeth A. Mitchell et al. (Volume 22, Number 2) High Prevalence of Borrelia miyamotoi among Adult Blacklegged Ticks from White-Tailed Deer
Seungeun Han et al. (Volume 22, Number 2)

2015

Hunter Island Group Phlebovirus in Ticks, Australia
Penelope J. Gauci et al. (Volume 21, Number 12) Probability of Spirochete Borrelia miyamotoi Transmission from Ticks to Humans
Denis S. Sarksyan et al. (Volume 21, Number 12) Tickborne Lymphadenopathy Complicated by Acute Myopericarditis, Spain
José Tiago Silva et al. (Volume 21, Number 12) Haemaphysalis longicornis Ticks as Reservoir and Vector of Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus in China
Li-Mei Luo et al. (Volume 21, Number 10) Characteristics and Factors Associated with Death among Patients Hospitalized for Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome, South Korea, 2013
Jaeseung Shin et al. (Volume 21, Number 10) Cross-sectional Serosurvey of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus IgG in Livestock, India, 2013–2014
Devendra T. Mourya et al. (Volume 21, Number 10) Epidemiology of Lyme Disease, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2002–2013
Todd F. Hatchette et al. (Volume 21, Number 10) Heartland Virus Neutralizing Antibodies in Vertebrate Wildlife, United States, 2009–2014
Kasen K. Riemersma et al. (Volume 21, Number 10) Human Infection with Ehrlichia muris–like Pathogen, United States, 2007–20131
Diep K. Hoang Johnson et al. (Volume 21, Number 10) Possible Role of Rickettsia felis in Acute Febrile Illness among Children in Gabon
Gaël Mourembou et al. (Volume 21, Number 10) TickNET—A Collaborative Public Health Approach to Tickborne Disease Surveillance and Research
Paul S. Mead et al. (Volume 21, Number 9) Rickettsia felis Infection among Humans, Bangladesh, 2012–2013
Faria Ferdouse et al. (Volume 21, Number 8) Geographic Distribution and Expansion of Human Lyme Disease, United States
Kiersten J. Kugeler et al. (Volume 21, Number 8) Infections with Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis and Cytokine Responses in 2 Persons Bitten by Ticks, Sweden
Anna Grankvist et al. (Volume 21, Number 8) Oligoarthritis Caused by Borrelia bavariensis, Austria, 2014
Mateusz Markowicz et al. (Volume 21, Number 6) Seroconversions to Rickettsiae in US Military Personnel in South Korea
Ju Jiang et al. (Volume 21, Number 6) Tickborne Relapsing Fever in Southern Iran, 2011–2013
Saied Reza Naddaf et al. (Volume 21, Number 6) Itaya virus, a Novel Orthobunyavirus Associated with Human Febrile Illness, Peru
Robert D. Hontz et al. (Volume 21, Number 5) Nairobi Sheep Disease Virus RNA in Ixodid Ticks, China, 2013
Shangshu Gong et al. (Volume 21, Number 4) Rickettsia rickettsii in Amblyomma patinoi Ticks, Colombia
Álvaro A. Faccini-Martínez et al. (Volume 21, Number 3) Molecular Detection of Ehrlichia chaffeensis in Humans, Costa Rica
Norman Rojas et al. (Volume 21, Number 3) Rickettsial Infections in Monkeys, Malaysia
Sun Tee Tay et al. (Volume 21, Number 3) Novel Candidatus Rickettsia Species Detected in Nostril Tick from Human, Gabon, 2014
Rogelio Lopez-Velez et al. (Volume 21, Number 2) Potentially Novel Ehrlichia Species in Horses, Nicaragua
Victoria L. O’Nion et al. (Volume 21, Number 2) Tickborne Relapsing Fever, Bitterroot Valley, Montana, USA
Joshua Christensen et al. (Volume 21, Number 2) Antibodies against Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato among Adults, Germany, 2008–2011
Hendrik Wilking et al. (Volume 21, Number 1)

2014

Molecular Characterization of Borrelia burgdorferi from Case of Autochthonous Lyme Arthritis
Sharon I. Brummitt et al. (Volume 20, Number 12) Two Anaplasma phagocytophilum Strains in Ixodes scapularis Ticks, Canada
Chantel N. Krakowetz et al. (Volume 20, Number 12) Borrelia garinii and Rickettsia monacensis in Ixodes ricinus Ticks, Algeria
Wassila Benredjem et al. (Volume 20, Number 10) Rickettsia felis and Changing Paradigms about Pathogenic Rickettsiae
Marcelo B. Labruna et al. (Volume 20, Number 10) Rickettsia parkeri and Rickettsia montanensis, Kentucky and Tennessee, USA
Benedict B. Pagac et al. (Volume 20, Number 10) Human Babesiosis, Maine, USA, 1995–2011
Robert Smith et al. (Volume 20, Number 10) Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis, South Korea, 2013
Kye-Hyung Kim et al. (Volume 20, Number 10) Lyme Disease, Virginia, USA, 2000–2011
R. Jory Brinkerhoff et al. (Volume 20, Number 10) Prevalence of Borrelia miyamotoi in Ixodes Ticks in Europe and the United States
Chris D. Crowder et al. (Volume 20, Number 10) Three-Toed Sloth as Putative Reservoir of Coxiella burnetii, Cayenne, French Guiana
Bernard Davoust et al. (Volume 20, Number 10) Two Human Cases of Rickettsia felis Infection, Thailand
Sophie Edouard et al. (Volume 20, Number 10) Feeding Period Required by Amblyomma aureolatum Ticks for Transmission of Rickettsia rickettsii to Vertebrate Hosts
Danilo G. Saraiva et al. (Volume 20, Number 9) Rickettsia felis Infections and Comorbid Conditions, Laos, 2003–2011
Sabine Dittrich et al. (Volume 20, Number 8) Babesiosis Surveillance, New Jersey, USA, 2006–2011
Andria Apostolou et al. (Volume 20, Number 8) Etymologia: Borrelia miyamotoi
(Volume 20, Number 8) Human Infections with Borrelia miyamotoi, Japan
Kozue Sato et al. (Volume 20, Number 8) Isolation of Rickettsia typhi from Human, Mexico
Jorge E. Zavala-Castro et al. (Volume 20, Number 8) Role of Migratory Birds in Spreading Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever, Turkey
Hakan Leblebicioglu et al. (Volume 20, Number 8) Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus in Ticks Collected from Humans, South Korea, 2013
Seok-Min Yun et al. (Volume 20, Number 8) Sika Deer Carrying Babesia Parasites Closely Related to B. divergens, Japan
Aya Zamoto-Niikura et al. (Volume 20, Number 8) Borrelia miyamotoi sensu lato Seroreactivity and Seroprevalence in the Northeastern United States
Peter J. Krause et al. (Volume 20, Number 7) Human Exposure to Tickborne Relapsing Fever Spirochete Borrelia miyamotoi, the Netherlands
Manoj Fonville et al. (Volume 20, Number 7) Genetic and Ecologic Variability among Anaplasma phagocytophilum Strains, Northern Italy
Ivana Baráková et al. (Volume 20, Number 6) Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis Acquired in Scotland, 2013
Peter Hagedorn et al. (Volume 20, Number 6) Novel Phlebovirus with Zoonotic Potential Isolated from Ticks, Australia
Jianning Wang et al. (Volume 20, Number 6) Babesia venatorum Infection in Child, China
Yi Sun et al. (Volume 20, Number 5) Rickettsia spp. in Seabird Ticks from Western Indian Ocean Islands, 2011–2012
Muriel Dietrich et al. (Volume 20, Number 5) Human Infections with Rickettsia raoultii, China
Na Jia et al. (Volume 20, Number 5) Unique Strain of Crimean–Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus, Mali
Marko Zivcec et al. (Volume 20, Number 5) Detection of Rickettsia sibirica mongolitimonae by Using Cutaneous Swab Samples and Quantitative PCR
Julie Solary et al. (Volume 20, Number 4) Severe Babesiosis in Immunocompetent Man, Spain, 2011
Luis M. Gonzalez et al. (Volume 20, Number 4) Anaplasma phagocytophilum Antibodies in Humans, Japan, 2010–2011
Yuko Yoshikawa et al. (Volume 20, Number 3) Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis and Anaplasma phagocytophilum in Urban Hedgehogs
Gábor Földvári et al. (Volume 20, Number 3) Rickettsia and Vector Biodiversity of Spotted Fever Focus, Atlantic Rain Forest Biome, Brazil
Nicole O. Moura-Martiniano et al. (Volume 20, Number 3) Tick-borne Pathogens in Northwestern California, USA
Daniel J. Salkeld et al. (Volume 20, Number 3) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus, Greece
Anna Papa et al. (Volume 20, Number 2) Monitoring Human Babesiosis Emergence through Vector Surveillance New England, USA
Maria A. Diuk-Wasser et al. (Volume 20, Number 2)

2013

Myocarditis after Trimethoprim/Sulfamethoxazole Treatment for Ehrlichiosis
Seema U. Nayak et al. (Volume 19, Number 12) Potential Role of Deer Tick Virus in Powassan Encephalitis Cases in Lyme Disease–endemic Areas of New York, USA
Marc Y. El Khoury et al. (Volume 19, Number 12) Powassan Virus in Mammals, Alaska and New Mexico, USA, and Russia, 2004–2007
Eleanor R. Deardorff et al. (Volume 19, Number 12) Rickettsia africae in Amblyomma variegatum Ticks, Uganda and Nigeria
Vincenzo Lorusso et al. (Volume 19, Number 10) Rickettsia slovaca Infection in Humans, Portugal
Rita de Sousa et al. (Volume 19, Number 10) Chorea and Tick-Borne Encephalitis, Poland
Joanna Zajkowska et al. (Volume 19, Number 9) Powassan Meningoencephalitis, New York, New York, USA
Simon Sung et al. (Volume 19, Number 9) Spread of Kyasanur Forest Disease, Bandipur Tiger Reserve, India, 2012–2013
Devendra T. Mourya et al. (Volume 19, Number 9) Babesia microti Infection, Eastern Pennsylvania, USA
Marcela E. Perez Acosta et al. (Volume 19, Number 7) Rickettsia aeschlimannii Infection in a Man, Greece
Antonis Germanakis et al. (Volume 19, Number 7) Novel Bartonella Agent as Cause of Verruga Peruana
David L. Blazes et al. (Volume 19, Number 7) Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae in Questing Ticks, Central Spain
Isabel G. Fernández de Mera et al. (Volume 19, Number 7) Tick-borne Encephalitis Virus, Zealand, Denmark, 2011
Anders Fomsgaard et al. (Volume 19, Number 7) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Asia-2 Genotype, Pakistan
Muhammad Masroor Alam et al. (Volume 19, Number 6) Scalp Eschar and Neck Lymphadenopathy Caused by Rickettsia massiliae
Antonio Cascio et al. (Volume 19, Number 5) Single Genotype of Anaplasma phagocytophilum Identified from Ticks, Camargue, France
Amélie Chastagner et al. (Volume 19, Number 5) Tick-borne Encephalitis Associated with Consumption of Raw Goat Milk, Slovenia, 2012
Neda Hudopisk et al. (Volume 19, Number 5) Tick-borne Encephalitis Virus in Horses, Austria, 2011
James O. Rushton et al. (Volume 19, Number 4) Borrelia crocidurae Meningoencephalitis, West Africa
Sandrine Goutier et al. (Volume 19, Number 2) Coxiella burnetii in Ticks, Argentina
Richard C. Pacheco et al. (Volume 19, Number 2) Clustered Cases of Rickettsia sibirica mongolitimonae Infection, France
Sophie Edouard et al. (Volume 19, Number 2) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus in Ticks from Migratory Birds, Morocco1
Ana M. Palomar et al. (Volume 19, Number 2) Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis, Japan
Norio Ohashi et al. (Volume 19, Number 2) Human Infection with Rickettsia sibirica mongolitimonae, Spain, 2007–2011
José M. Ramos et al. (Volume 19, Number 2) Kyasanur Forest Disease, India, 2011–2012
Gudadappa S. Kasabi et al. (Volume 19, Number 2) Rickettsiae in Ticks, Japan, 2007–2011
Gaowa et al. (Volume 19, Number 2) Vaccination and Tick-borne Encephalitis, Central Europe
Franz X. Heinz et al. (Volume 19, Number 1)

2012

Borrelia, Rickettsia, and Ehrlichia Species in Bat Ticks, France, 2010
Cristina Socolovschi et al. (Volume 18, Number 12) Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis in Bank Voles, France
Muriel Vayssier-Taussat et al. (Volume 18, Number 12) Diagnostic Assays for Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever
Jessica Vanhomwegen et al. (Volume 18, Number 12) Migratory Birds, Ticks, and Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus
Mats Lindeborg et al. (Volume 18, Number 12) Reservoir Competence of Vertebrate Hosts for Anaplasma phagocytophilum
Felicia Keesing et al. (Volume 18, Number 12) Reservoir Competence of Wildlife Host Species for Babesia microti
Michelle H. Hersh et al. (Volume 18, Number 12) Zoonotic Transmission of Pathogens by Ixodes ricinus Ticks, Romania
Oana Alina Paduraru et al. (Volume 18, Number 12) Bartonella spp. Infection Rate and B. grahamii in Ticks
Elisabeth Janecek et al. (Volume 18, Number 10) Rickettsia parkeri and Candidatus Rickettsia andeanae in Gulf Coast Ticks, Mississippi, USA
Flavia A.G. Ferrari et al. (Volume 18, Number 10) Human Infection with Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis, China
Hao Li et al. (Volume 18, Number 10) Powassan Virus Encephalitis, Minnesota, USA
Justin Birge et al. (Volume 18, Number 10) Podcast Wild Birds and Urban Ecology of Ticks and Tick-borne Pathogens, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2005–2010
Sarah A. Hamer et al. (Volume 18, Number 10) Listen to the podcast Rickettsia raoultii–like Bacteria in Dermacentor spp. Ticks, Tibet, China
Yuefeng Wang et al. (Volume 18, Number 9) Role of Birds in Dispersal of Etiologic Agents of Tick-borne Zoonoses, Spain, 2009
Ana M. Palomar et al. (Volume 18, Number 7) Rickettsia conorii Indian Tick Typhus Strain and R. slovaca in Humans, Sicily
Alessandra Torina et al. (Volume 18, Number 6) Rickettsia parkeri Infection in Domestic Dogs, Southern Louisiana, USA, 2011
Britton J. Grasperge et al. (Volume 18, Number 6) African Swine Fever Virus Strain Georgia 2007/1 in Ornithodoros erraticus Ticks
Adriana V. Diaz et al. (Volume 18, Number 6) Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus, Shandong Province, China
Li Zhao et al. (Volume 18, Number 6) Wild Boars as Hosts of Human-Pathogenic Anaplasma phagocytophilum Variants
Jerzy Michalik et al. (Volume 18, Number 6) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever, Kazakhstan, 2009–2010
Barbara Knust et al. (Volume 18, Number 4) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus in Ticks from Imported Livestock, Egypt
Katherine Chisholm et al. (Volume 18, Number 1) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus in Ticks, Southwestern Europe, 2010
Agustín Estrada-Peña et al. (Volume 18, Number 1)

2011

Rickettsia parkeri in Amblyomma maculatum Ticks, North Carolina, USA, 2009–2010
Andrea S. Varela-Stokes et al. (Volume 17, Number 12) Podcast The Life and Death of Anaplasma
Setu Vora et al. (Volume 17, Number 12) Listen to the podcast Rickettsia honei Infection in Human, Nepal, 2009
Holly Murphy et al. (Volume 17, Number 10) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever, Afghanistan, 2009
Mir Lais Mustafa et al. (Volume 17, Number 10) Equine Piroplasmosis Associated with Amblyomma cajennense Ticks, Texas, USA
Glen A. Scoles et al. (Volume 17, Number 10) Differential Risk for Lyme Disease along Hiking Trail, Germany
Dania Richter et al. (Volume 17, Number 9) Wild Rodents and Novel Human Pathogen Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis, Southern Sweden
Martin Andersson et al. (Volume 17, Number 9) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus in Hyalommid Ticks, Northeastern Kenya
Rosemary Sang et al. (Volume 17, Number 8) Tickborne Relapsing Fever Caused by Borrelia persica, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan
Nathalie Colin de Verdière et al. (Volume 17, Number 7) Anaplasma phagocytophilum Infection in Ticks, China–Russia Border
Jia-Fu Jiang et al. (Volume 17, Number 5) Rickettsia parkeri in Gulf Coast Ticks, Southeastern Virginia, USA
Chelsea L. Wright et al. (Volume 17, Number 5) Rickettsia rickettsii Transmission by a Lone Star Tick, North Carolina
Edward B. Breitschwerdt et al. (Volume 17, Number 5) Podcast Babesiosis in Lower Hudson Valley, New York, USA
Julie T. Joseph et al. (Volume 17, Number 5) Listen to the podcast Experimental Infection of Amblyomma aureolatum Ticks with Rickettsia rickettsii
Marcelo B. Labruna et al. (Volume 17, Number 5) Kyasanur Forest Disease Virus Alkhurma Subtype in Ticks, Najran Province, Saudi Arabia
Mustafa Mahdi et al. (Volume 17, Number 5) Multitarget Test for Emerging Lyme Disease and Anaplasmosis in a Serosurvey of Dogs, Maine, USA
Peter W. Rand et al. (Volume 17, Number 5) Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae in Ticks, Germany
Cornelia Silaghi et al. (Volume 17, Number 5) Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus, Kyrgyzstan
Benjamin J. Briggs et al. (Volume 17, Number 5) Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever Borreliosis, Rural Senegal
Philippe Parola et al. (Volume 17, Number 5) Rickettsia aeschlimannii in Hyalomma marginatum Ticks, Germany
Leonid Rumer et al. (Volume 17, Number 2) Eschar-associated Spotted Fever Rickettsiosis, Bahia, Brazil
Nanci Silva et al. (Volume 17, Number 2) European Subtype Tick-borne Encephalitis Virus in Ixodes persulcatus Ticks
Anu E. Jääskeläinen et al. (Volume 17, Number 2) Babesiosis in Immunocompetent Patients, Europe
Martin Martinot et al. (Volume 17, Number 1) Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus, Northeastern Greece
Anna Papa et al. (Volume 17, Number 1) Emergence of Rickettsia africae, Oceania
Carole Eldin et al. (Volume 17, Number 1) Tick-borne Encephalitis Virus in Wild Rodents in Winter, Finland, 2008–2009
Elina Tonteri et al. (Volume 17, Number 1)

2010

Podcast Alkhurma Hemorrhagic Fever in Humans, Najran, Saudi Arabia
Abdullah G. Alzahrani et al. (Volume 16, Number 12) Listen to the podcast Erythema Migrans–like Illness among Caribbean Islanders
Anu Sharma et al. (Volume 16, Number 10) Rickettsia sibirica mongolitimonae in Traveler from Egypt
Cristina Socolovschi et al. (Volume 16, Number 9) Amblyomma imitator Ticks as Vectors of Rickettsia rickettsii, Mexico
Karla A. Oliveira et al. (Volume 16, Number 8) Human Rickettsia heilongjiangensis Infection, Japan
Ichiro Takajo et al. (Volume 16, Number 8) Lyme Borreliosis, Po River Valley, Italy
Dario Pistone et al. (Volume 16, Number 8) Roseomonas sp. Isolated from Ticks, China
Li-Qun Fang et al. (Volume 16, Number 7) Fatal Babesiosis in Man, Finland, 2004
Karita Haapasalo et al. (Volume 16, Number 7) Population Structure of East African Relapsing Fever Borrelia spp.
Sally J. Cutler et al. (Volume 16, Number 7) Septicemia Caused by Tick-borne Bacterial Pathogen Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis
Jan S. Fehr et al. (Volume 16, Number 7) Human Anaplasmosis and Anaplasma ovis Variant
Dimosthenis Chochlakis et al. (Volume 16, Number 6) Rickettsiae in Gulf Coast Ticks, Arkansas, USA
Rebecca Trout et al. (Volume 16, Number 5) Bartonella spp. Transmission by Ticks Not Established
Sam R. Telford et al. (Volume 16, Number 3) Borrelia, Ehrlichia, and Rickettsia spp. in Ticks Removed from Persons, Texas, USA
Phillip C. Williamson et al. (Volume 16, Number 3) Rickettsia africae, Western Africa
Oleg Mediannikov et al. (Volume 16, Number 3) Climate Warming and Tick-borne Encephalitis, Slovakia
Martin Lukan et al. (Volume 16, Number 3) Potential for Tick-borne Bartonelloses
Emmanouil Angelakis et al. (Volume 16, Number 3)

2009

Rickettsia slovaca in Dermacentor marginatus ticks, Germany
Silvia Pluta et al. (Volume 15, Number 12) Delineating Anaplasma phagocytophilum Ecotypes in Coexisting, Discrete Enzootic Cycles
Kevin J. Bown et al. (Volume 15, Number 12) Rickettsia africae Infection in Man after Travel to Ethiopia
Dorothea Stephany et al. (Volume 15, Number 11) Rickettsia massiliae in the Canary Islands
Isabel G. Fernández de Mera et al. (Volume 15, Number 11) Multicenter GeoSentinel Analysis of Rickettsial Diseases in International Travelers, 1996–2008
Mogens Jensenius et al. (Volume 15, Number 11) Novel Rickettsia in Ticks, Tasmania, Australia
Leonard Izzard et al. (Volume 15, Number 10) Tick-Borne Rickettsiosis in Traveler Returning from Honduras
Lin H. Chen et al. (Volume 15, Number 8) Rickettsia slovaca and R. raoultii in Tick-borne Rickettsioses
Philippe Parola et al. (Volume 15, Number 7) Tick-borne Relapsing Fever and Borrelia hermsii, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Tom G. Schwan et al. (Volume 15, Number 7) Diagnosis of Queensland Tick Typhus and African Tick Bite Fever by PCR of Lesion Swabs
Jin-Mei Wang et al. (Volume 15, Number 6) Correlation between Tick Density and Pathogen Endemicity, New Hampshire
Seth T. Walk et al. (Volume 15, Number 4) Rickettsia spp. in Ticks, Poland
Tomasz Chmielewski et al. (Volume 15, Number 3) Kupe Virus, a New Virus in the Family Bunyaviridae, Genus Nairovirus, Kenya
Mary Crabtree et al. (Volume 15, Number 2) Natural Transmission of Zoonotic Babesia spp. by Ixodes ricinus Ticks
Claire A.M. Becker et al. (Volume 15, Number 2) Rickettsia helvetica in Dermacentor reticulatus Ticks
Marinko Dobec et al. (Volume 15, Number 1)

2008

Molecular Detection of Ehrlichia chaffeensis in Amblyomma parvum Ticks, Argentina
Laura Tomassone et al. (Volume 14, Number 12) Multiple Francisella tularensis Subspecies and Clades, Tularemia Outbreak, Utah
Jeannine M. Petersen et al. (Volume 14, Number 12) Rickettsia aeschlimannii Infection, Algeria
Nora Mokrani et al. (Volume 14, Number 11) Identification of Residual Blood Proteins in Ticks by Mass Spectrometry Proteomics
Samanthi Wickramasekara et al. (Volume 14, Number 8) Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae in Ticks, Morocco
Mhammed Sarih et al. (Volume 14, Number 7) Transmission of Bartonella henselae by Ixodes ricinus
Violaine Cotté et al. (Volume 14, Number 7) Anaplasma phagocytophilum Infection in Ixodes ricinus, Bavaria, Germany
Cornelia Silaghi et al. (Volume 14, Number 6) Rickettsia slovaca in Dermacentor marginatus and Tick-borne Lymphadenopathy, Tuscany, Italy
Marco Selmi et al. (Volume 14, Number 5) Ehrlichia chaffeensis in Child, Venezuela
María C. Martínez et al. (Volume 14, Number 3) Human Rickettsia sibirica mongolitimonae Infection, Spain
Koldo Aguirrebengoa et al. (Volume 14, Number 3) Novel Relapsing Fever Spirochete in Bat Tick
James S. Gill et al. (Volume 14, Number 3) Greek Goat Encephalitis Virus Strain Isolated from Ixodes ricinus, Greece
Anna Papa et al. (Volume 14, Number 2)

2007

African Swine Fever Virus DNA in Soft Ticks, Senegal
Laurence Vial et al. (Volume 13, Number 12) Identification of Rickettsiae, Uganda and Djibouti
Cristina Socolovschi et al. (Volume 13, Number 10) Novel Variant of Tickborne Encephalitis Virus, Russia
Vladimir A. Ternovoi et al. (Volume 13, Number 10) Anaplasma platys in Dogs, Chile
Katia Abarca et al. (Volume 13, Number 9) Molecular Evidence for Anaplasma phagocytophilum in Israel
Avi Keysary et al. (Volume 13, Number 9) Migrating Birds and Tickborne Encephalitis Virus
Jonas Waldenström et al. (Volume 13, Number 8) Rickettsia parkeri in Brazil
Iara Silveira et al. (Volume 13, Number 7) Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Colombia
Marylin Hidalgo et al. (Volume 13, Number 7) Three Rickettsioses, Darnley Island, Australia
Nathan B. Unsworth et al. (Volume 13, Number 7) Tickborne Encephalitis, Southwestern France
Bruno Herpe et al. (Volume 13, Number 7) Tickborne Encephalitis in Naturally Exposed Monkey (Macaca sylvanus)
Jochen Süss et al. (Volume 13, Number 6) Human Infection with Rickettsia sp. related to R. japonica, Thailand
Jariyanart Gaywee et al. (Volume 13, Number 4) Rickettsia parkeri Infection after Tick Bite, Virginia
Timothy J. Whitman et al. (Volume 13, Number 2) African Tickbite Fever in Travelers, Swaziland
Paul M. Oostvogel et al. (Volume 13, Number 2) Alkhurma Hemorrhagic Fever Virus in Ornithodoros savignyi Ticks
Rémi N. Charrel et al. (Volume 13, Number 1)

2006

Molecular Characterization of Tickborne Relapsing Fever Borrelia, Israel
Marc Victor Assous et al. (Volume 12, Number 11) Siberian Subtype Tickborne Encephalitis Virus, Finland
Anu Jääskeläinen et al. (Volume 12, Number 10) Histologic Features and Immunodetection of African Tick-bite Fever Eschar
Hubert Lepidi et al. (Volume 12, Number 9) Lookback Exercise with Imported Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever, Senegal and France
Arnaud Tarantola et al. (Volume 12, Number 9) Rickettsia sibirica Isolation from a Patient and Detection in Ticks, Portugal
Rita de Sousa et al. (Volume 12, Number 7) Migratory Passerine Birds as Reservoirs of Lyme Borreliosis in Europe
Pär Comstedt et al. (Volume 12, Number 7) Tickborne Arbovirus Surveillance in Market Livestock, Nairobi, Kenya
Rosemary Sang et al. (Volume 12, Number 7) Tickborne Encephalitis Virus, Norway and Denmark
Tone Skarpaas et al. (Volume 12, Number 7) Epidemic Spread of Lyme Borreliosis, Northeastern United States
Klára Hanincová et al. (Volume 12, Number 4) Rickettsia slovaca Infection, France
Frédérique Gouriet et al. (Volume 12, Number 3) Possibilities for Relapsing Fever Reemergence
Sally J. Cutler et al. (Volume 12, Number 3) Rickettsia africae in the West Indies
Patrick J. Kelly et al. (Volume 12, Number 2)

2005

Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis and Anaplasma phagocytophilum
J. Stephen Dumler et al. (Volume 11, Number 12) Ehrlichia ruminantium, Sudan
Yasukazu Muramatsu et al. (Volume 11, Number 11) African Tick-bite Fever in French Travelers
Paul H. Consigny et al. (Volume 11, Number 11) Coltiviruses and Seadornaviruses in North America, Europe, and Asia
Houssam Attoui et al. (Volume 11, Number 11) Tick-Borne Diseases of Humans
Robert P. Smith et al. (Volume 11, Number 11) Tickborne Relapsing Fever in Israel
Gil Sidi et al. (Volume 11, Number 11) Typing African Relapsing Fever Spirochetes
Julie Christine Scott et al. (Volume 11, Number 11) Human Infection with Rickettsia honei, Thailand
Ju Jiang et al. (Volume 11, Number 9) Anaplasma phagocytophilum, Sardinia, Italy
Alberto Alberti et al. (Volume 11, Number 8) Survey of Tickborne Infections in Denmark
Sigurdur Skarphédinsson et al. (Volume 11, Number 7) Third Borrelia Species in White-footed Mice
Jonas Bunikis et al. (Volume 11, Number 7) Fearsome Creatures and Nature's Gothic
Polyxeni Potter et al. (Volume 11, Number 4) Tickborne Meningoencephalitis, First Case after 19 Years in Northeastern Germany
Christopher J. Hemmer et al. (Volume 11, Number 4) Concomitant Tickborne Encephalitis and Human Granulocytic Ehrlichiosis
Stanka Lotric-Furlan et al. (Volume 11, Number 3) Rickettsial Infection in Animals and Brazilian Spotted Fever Endemicity
Luis A. Sangioni et al. (Volume 11, Number 2) Hypersensitivity to Ticks and Lyme Disease Risk
Georgine Burke et al. (Volume 11, Number 1)

2004

Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever, Mauritania
Pierre Nabeth et al. (Volume 10, Number 12) First Human Cases of Tickborne Encephalitis, Norway
Tone Skarpaas et al. (Volume 10, Number 12) Detection of Anaplasma phagocytophilum DNA in Ixodes Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) from Madeira Island and Setúbal District, Mainland Portugal
Ana Sofia Santos et al. (Volume 10, Number 9) Typing of Borrelia Relapsing Fever Group Strains
Jonas Bunikis et al. (Volume 10, Number 9) Rickettsia parkeri in Amblyomma triste from Uruguay
José M. Venzal et al. (Volume 10, Number 8) Acute Tick-borne Rickettsiosis Caused by Rickettsia heilongjiangensis in the Russian Far East
Oleg Y. Mediannikov et al. (Volume 10, Number 5) Fatal Spotted Fever Rickettsiosis, Kenya
Jeremiah S. Rutherford et al. (Volume 10, Number 5) Ixodid and Argasid Tick Species and West Nile Virus
Charles Henderson Lawrie et al. (Volume 10, Number 4) Tick-borne Encephalitis in Southern Norway
Péter A. Csángó et al. (Volume 10, Number 3)

2003

Tick-borne Relapsing Fever Caused by Borrelia hermsii, Montana
Tom G. Schwan et al. (Volume 9, Number 9) Rickettsia aeschlimannii in Spain: Molecular Evidence in Hyalomma marginatum and Five Other Tick Species that Feed on Humans
(Volume 9, Number 7) Relapsing Fever–Like Spirochetes Infecting European Vector Tick of Lyme Disease Agent
Dania Richter et al. (Volume 9, Number 6) Tick-Borne Encephalitis with Hemorrhagic Syndrome, Novosibirsk Region, Russia, 1999
Vladimir A. Ternovoi et al. (Volume 9, Number 6) Bartonella henselae in Ixodes ricinus Ticks (Acari: Ixodida) Removed from Humans, Belluno Province, Italy
Yibayiri O. Sanogo et al. (Volume 9, Number 3) Endemic Babesiosis in Another Eastern State: New Jersey
Barbara L. Herwaldt et al. (Volume 9, Number 2)

2002

Naturally Occurring Ehrlichia chaffeensis Infection in Two Prosimian Primate Species: Ring-tailed Lemurs (Lemur catta) and Ruffed Lemurs (Varecia variegata)
Cathy V. Williams et al. (Volume 8, Number 12) First Detection of Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae in Ixodes ricinus from Italy
Tiziana Beninati et al. (Volume 8, Number 9) Spatial Analysis of Human Granulocytic Ehrlichiosis near Lyme, Connecticut
Emma K. Chaput et al. (Volume 8, Number 9) Ehrlichia ewingii Infection in White-Tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus)
Michael J. Yabsley et al. (Volume 8, Number 7) Outcomes of Treated Human Granulocytic Ehrlichiosis Cases
Alan H. Ramsey et al. (Volume 8, Number 4) Vector Interactions and Molecular Adaptations of Lyme Disease and Relapsing Fever Spirochetes Associated with Transmission by Ticks
Tom G. Schwan et al. (Volume 8, Number 2)

2001

Detection and Identification of Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae and Ehrlichiae in African Ticks
Philippe Parola et al. (Volume 7, Number 6) First Documentation of Rickettsia conorii Infection (Strain Indian Tick Typhus) in a Traveler
Philippe Parola et al. (Volume 7, Number 5) Borrelia lonestari DNA in Adult Amblyomma americanum Ticks, Alabama
Thomas R. Burkot et al. (Volume 7, Number 3) Characterization of a Human Granulocytic Ehrlichiosis-like Agent from Ixodes scapularis, Ontario, Canada
Michael A. Drebot et al. (Volume 7, Number 3) Risk for Human Tick-Borne Encephalitis, Borrelioses, and Double Infection in the Pre-Ural Region of Russia
Edward I. Korenberg et al. (Volume 7, Number 3)

2000

Trends in Flavivirus Infections in Japan
Ichiro Kurane et al. (Volume 6, Number 6) First Report of Human Granulocytic Ehrlichiosis from Southern Europe (Spain)
José A. Oteo et al. (Volume 6, Number 4) Lyme Disease Surveillance in England and Wales, 1986-1998
Robert Smith et al. (Volume 6, Number 4) Phylogenetic Analysis of the Chinese Rickettsia Isolate BJ-90
Jian Z. Zhang et al. (Volume 6, Number 4) Serologic Evidence of Human Monocytic and Granulocytic Ehrlichiosis in Israel
Philippe Brouqui et al. (Volume 6, Number 3)

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