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Topic in Depth - Ticks and Lyme Disease

Did you know that there are more than 800 known tick species on earth? The following websites provide information about both tick biology and Lyme disease -- a disease transmitted through deer ticks (Ixodes dammini).
University of...
Dr. Larisa Vredevoe, professor at the University of Californai, Davis' Department of Entomology, established this site to explore the differences between the...
Iowa State University: Iowa...
Iowa State's Deer Tick site is an excellent resource for anyone learning to identify deer tick specimens. The site provides links to size comparison images...
University of Florida Institute of...
Lyme disease is the "most frequently reported vector-borne disease in the United States." The bacteria that causes Lyme disease is transmitted to humans...
American Lyme Disease Foundation
The American Lyme Disease Foundation is "dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, of Lyme disease and other tick-borne infections." Their...
U.S. Centers for Disease Control...
This site, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, contains a research article titled "A Focus of Deer Tick Virus Transmission in the Northcentral...
Lyme Disease Research
Maine Medical Center Research Institute's Lyme Disease Research Laboratory provides this website focusing on ticks and the control of tick-borne diseases. This...



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