Babesiosis is caused by parasites of the genus babesia, which are transmitted in nature by the bite of an infected tick. Discover the latest research on babesiosis here.

January 23, 2021


Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine : Official Publication of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians
Jeffrey D TyrrellSuzanne Kennedy-Stoskopf
January 23, 2021


Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine : Official Publication of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians
Marina García-Del-RíoSantiago Merino
January 15, 2021
Open Access

Tick saliva-induced programmed death-1 and PD-ligand 1 and its related host immunosuppression

Scientific Reports
Yamato SajikiKazuhiko Ohashi
January 20, 2021
Open Access

Insecticide-treated house screening protects against Zika-infected Aedes aegypti in Merida, Mexico

PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases
Pablo Manrique-SaideGonzalo Vazquez-Prokopec
January 9, 2021

Clinical Practice Guidelines by the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), American Academy of Neurology (AAN), and American College of Rheumatology (ACR): 2020 Guidelines for the Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Lyme Disease.

Clinical Infectious Diseases : an Official Publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
Paul M LantosLawrence S Zemel
January 16, 2021

Babesia microti infection in a patient with Multiple Sclerosis treated with Ocrelizumab.

Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders
Nicholas HaberliJaime Imitola
January 14, 2021
Open Access

Molecular epidemiology of anaplasmosis in small ruminants along a human-livestock-wildlife interface in Uganda

Keneth Iceland KasoziEwan Thomas MacLeod
January 21, 2021

Abundance of Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) and Presence of Rickettsia and Anaplasma in Ticks Infesting Domestic Animals From Northern India.

Journal of Medical Entomology
Brij Ranjan MisraVijay P Bondre
January 9, 2021
Case Report
Open Access

A Case Report of Babesiosis Seen Outside of its Endemic Area and Incubation Period

Jinal K PatelJohnathan Frunzi
January 20, 2021

A report on tick burden and molecular detection of tick-borne pathogens in cattle blood samples collected from four regions in Saudi Arabia

Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases
Abdullah D AlanaziFurhan Iqbal
January 19, 2021
Open Access

Evaluation of hematological alteration of vector-borne pathogens in cats from Bangkok, Thailand.

BMC Veterinary Research
Thom DoTawin Inpankaew
January 10, 2021

Relationships between vector-borne parasites and free-living mammals at the Brazilian Pantanal

Parasitology Research
Filipe Martins SantosHeitor Miraglia Herrera
January 9, 2021

Ticks and tick-borne pathogens infecting livestock and dogs in Tchicala-Tcholoanga, Huambo Province, Angola

Parasitology Research
Gourgélia SiliLuís Neves
January 21, 2021
Open Access

Prospect of microbial food borne diseases in Pakistan: a review.

Brazilian Journal of Biology = Revista Brasleira De Biologia
A R IshaqF Noor
January 19, 2021

Impacts of Timber Harvest on Communities of Small Mammals, Ticks, and Tick-Borne Pathogens in a High-Risk Landscape in Northern California

Journal of Medical Entomology
Andres M López-PérezJanet Foley

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