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  1. The white-footed deermouse, an infection-tolerant reservoir for several zoonotic agents, tempers interferon responses to endotoxin in comparison to the mouse and rat
  2. The white-footed deermouse, an infection-tolerant reservoir for several zoonotic agents, tempers interferon responses to endotoxin in comparison to the mouse and rat
  3. The white-footed deermouse, an infection tolerant reservoir for several zoonotic agents, tempers interferon responses to endotoxin in comparison to the mouse and rat
  4. Lyme Disease Agent Reservoirs Peromyscus leucopus and P. maniculatus Have Natively Inactivated Genes for the High-Affinity Immunoglobulin Gamma Fc Receptor I (CD64)
  5. The white-footed deermouse, an infection-tolerant reservoir for several zoonotic agents, tempers interferon responses to endotoxin in comparison to the mouse and rat
  6. The utility of a closed breeding colony of Peromyscus leucopus for dissecting complex traits
  7. The Family Borreliaceae (Spirochaetales), a Diverse Group in Two Genera of Tick-Borne Spirochetes of Mammals, Birds, and Reptiles
  8. An Infection-Tolerant Mammalian Reservoir for Several Zoonotic Agents Broadly Counters the Inflammatory Effects of Endotoxin
  9. The infection-tolerant mammalian reservoir of Lyme disease and other zoonoses broadly counters the inflammatory effects of endotoxin
  10. Lactobacilli and other gastrointestinal microbiota of Peromyscus leucopus, reservoir host for agents of Lyme disease and other zoonoses in North America
  11. Lactobacilli and other gastrointestinal microbiota of Peromyscus leucopus, reservoir host for agents of Lyme disease and other zoonoses in North America
  12. Genomes, expression profiles, and diversity of mitochondria of the White-footed Deermouse Peromyscus leucopus, reservoir of Lyme disease and other zoonoses
  13. Discovery of the Lyme Disease Agent
  14. Borreliella
  15. Genome Sequences of Three Lactobacillus Species Strains of the Stomach of the White-Footed Deermouse (Peromyscus leucopus)
  16. The genome of Peromyscus leucopus , natural host for Lyme disease and other emerging infections
  17. Evaluation of the clinical relevance of vancomycin for the treatment of Lyme disease
  18. Borrelia
  19. Borreliaceae
  20. Genotyping Strains of Lyme Disease Agents Directly From Ticks, Blood, or Tissue
  21. Citrate Anticoagulant Improves the Sensitivity of Borreliella (Borrelia) burgdorferi Plasma Culture
  22. There is inadequate evidence to support the division of the genus Borrelia
  23. Chromosome and Megaplasmid Sequences of Borrelia anserina (Sakharoff 1891), the Agent of Avian Spirochetosis and Type Species of the Genus
  24. Infection resistance and tolerance in Peromyscus spp., natural reservoirs of microbes that are virulent for humans
  25. Unique Strain of Borrelia miyamotoi in Ixodes pacificus Ticks, California, USA
  26. Pathogen and Host Response Dynamics in a Mouse Model of Borrelia hermsii Relapsing Fever
  27. Chromosome and Plasmids of the Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever Agent Borrelia hermsii
  28. Expression of the Tick-Associated Vtp Protein of Borrelia hermsii in a Murine Model of Relapsing Fever
  29. Transcriptional Profiling the 150 kb Linear Megaplasmid of Borrelia turicatae Suggests a Role in Vector Colonization and Initiating Mammalian Infection
  30. Multiple and Diverse vsp and vlp Sequences in Borrelia miyamotoi, a Hard Tick-Borne Zoonotic Pathogen
  31. Infectious Diseases Society of America and Gain-of-Function Experiments With Pathogens Having Pandemic Potential
  32. “Lyme”: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome by Another Name?
  33. Borrelia miyamotoi: The Newest Infection Brought to Us by Deer Ticks
  34. Broad diversity of host responses of the white-footed mouse Peromyscus leucopus to Borrelia infection and antigens
  35. Borrelia miyamotoi infection in nature and in humans
  36. Top-Down-Assisted Bottom-Up Method for Homologous Protein Sequencing: Hemoglobin from 33 Bird Species
  37. Response to Esteve-Gassent et al.: flaB sequences obtained from Texas PCR products are identical to the positive control strain Borrelia burgdorferi B31
  38. Association between body size and reservoir competence of mammals bearing Borrelia burgdorferi at an endemic site in the northeastern United States
  39. Molecular Characterization ofBorrelia burgdorferifrom Case of Autochthonous Lyme Arthritis
  40. Analysis of the intergenic sequences provided by Feria-Arroyo et al. does not support the claim of high Borrelia burgdorferi tick infection rates in Texas and northeastern Mexico
  41. Elevated Carbon Monoxide to Carbon Dioxide Ratio in the Exhaled Breath of Mice Treated With a Single Dose of Lipopolysaccharide
  42. Diversity of Antibody Responses to Borrelia burgdorferi in Experimentally Infected Beagle Dogs
  43. Fibronectin-Binding Protein of Borrelia hermsii Expressed in the Blood of Mice with Relapsing Fever
  44. Genome Sequence of Borrelia parkeri, an Agent of Enzootic Relapsing Fever in Western North America
  45. Chromosome Sequence of Borrelia miyamotoi, an Uncultivable Tick-Borne Agent of Human Infection
  46. Elevated Carbon Monoxide in the Exhaled Breath of Mice during a Systemic Bacterial Infection
  47. Large Linear Plasmids of Borrelia Species That Cause Relapsing Fever
  48. HumanBorrelia miyamotoiInfection in the United States
  49. Experimental Infections of the Reservoir Species Peromyscus leucopus with Diverse Strains of Borrelia burgdorferi, a Lyme Disease Agent
  50. Geographic Variation in the Relationship between Human Lyme Disease Incidence and Density of Infected Host-Seeking Ixodes scapularis Nymphs in the Eastern United States
  51. Development of a host blood meal database: de novo sequencing of hemoglobin from nine small mammals using mass spectrometry
  52. Alp, an Arthropod-Associated Outer Membrane Protein of Borrelia Species That Cause Relapsing Fever
  53. Human Risk of Infection with Borrelia burgdorferi, the Lyme Disease Agent, in Eastern United States
  54. Genotypic Diversity of Borrelia burgdorferi Strains Detected in Ixodes scapularis Larvae Collected from North American Songbirds
  55. Evolution and Distribution of the ospC Gene, a Transferable Serotype Determinant of Borrelia burgdorferi
  56. Geographic Differences in Genetic Locus Linkages forBorrelia burgdorferi
  57. Niche Partitioning of Borrelia burgdorferi and Borrelia miyamotoi in the Same Tick Vector and Mammalian Reservoir Species
  58. Population Structure of the Lyme Borreliosis Spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi in the Western Black-Legged Tick (Ixodes pacificus) in Northern California
  59. Climate and Tick Seasonality Are Predictors of Borrelia burgdorferi Genotype Distribution
  60. Identification of Residual Blood Proteins in Ticks by Mass Spectrometry Proteomics
  61. A Genome-Wide Proteome Array Reveals a Limited Set of Immunogens in Natural Infections of Humans and White-Footed Mice with Borrelia burgdorferi
  62. Pathogen escape from host immunity by a genome program for antigenic variation
  63. Highly Prevalent Coxiella sp. Bacterium in the Tick Vector Amblyomma americanum
  64. Differential Telomere Processing by Borrelia Telomere Resolvases In Vitro but Not In Vivo
  65. Migratory Passerine Birds as Reservoirs of Lyme Borreliosis in Europe
  66. Crystal Structure of Neurotropism-Associated Variable Surface Protein 1 (Vsp1) of Borrelia turicatae
  67. Antigenic variation by Borrelia hermsii occurs through recombination between extragenic repetitive elements on linear plasmids
  68. A Reverse Transcriptase–Polymerase Chain Reaction Assay ofBorrelia burgdorferi16S rRNA for Highly Sensitive Quantification of Pathogen Load in a Vector
  69. Within-host dynamics of antigenic variation
  70. Function and Evolution of Plasmid-Borne Genes for Pyrimidine Biosynthesis in Borrelia spp
  71. Ticks have R2 retrotransposons but not the consensus transposon target site of other arthropods
  72. Horizontally Acquired Genes for Purine Salvage in Borrelia spp. Causing Relapsing Fever
  73. ThirdBorreliaSpecies in White-footed Mice
  74. Structural Investigation of Borrelia burgdorferi OspB, a BactericidalFab Target
  75. An ecological approach to preventing human infection: Vaccinating wild mouse reservoirs intervenes in the Lyme disease cycle
  76. Typing ofBorreliaRelapsing Fever Group Strains
  77. Sequence typing reveals extensive strain diversity of the Lyme borreliosis agents Borrelia burgdorferi in North America and Borrelia afzelii in Europe
  78. Transgenic Expression of RecA of the Spirochetes Borrelia burgdorferi and Borrelia hermsii in Escherichia coli Revealed Differences in DNA Repair and Recombination Phenotypes
  79. Borrelia burgdorferiInfection in a Natural Population ofPeromyscus LeucopusMice: A Longitudinal Study in an Area Where Lyme Borreliosis Is Highly Endemic
  80. Cross-Species Surface Display of Functional Spirochetal Lipoproteins by Recombinant Borrelia burgdorferi
  81. Cross‐species hybridization of a Borrelia burgdorferi DNA array reveals infection‐ and culture‐associated genes of the unsequenced genome of the relapsing fever agent Borrelia hermsii
  82. Profiling of Temperature-Induced Changes in Borrelia burgdorferi Gene Expression by Using Whole Genome Arrays
  83. Immunization with the Chlamydia trachomatis major outer membrane protein, using the outer surface protein A of Borrelia burgdorferi as an adjuvant, can induce protection against a chlamydial genital challenge
  84. Laboratory testing for suspected lyme disease
  85. Fatal Spirochetosis Due to a Relapsing Fever-like Borreliasp. in a Northern Spotted Owl
  86. Three Major Lyme Borrelia Genospecies (Borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto, B. afzelii and B. garinii) Identified by PCR in Cerebrospinal Fluid from Patients with Neuroborreliosis in Sweden
  87. Antigen polymorphism in Borrelia hermsii , a clonal pathogenic bacterium
  88. Isogenic Serotypes of Borrelia turicataeShow Different Localization in the Brain and Skin of Mice
  89. Non‐heritable change of a spirochaete's phenotype by decoration of the cell surface with exogenous lipoproteins
  90. In Vitro and In Vivo Neutralization of the Relapsing Fever Agent Borrelia hermsii with Serotype-Specific Immunoglobulin M Antibodies
  91. Structural Conservation of Neurotropism-associated VspA within the Variable Borrelia Vsp-OspC Lipoprotein Family
  92. Surface Protein Variation by Expression Site Switching in the Relapsing Fever Agent Borrelia hermsii
  93. Amblyomma americanum: Specific Uptake of Immunoglobulins into Tick Hemolymph during Feeding
  94. Variable small protein (Vsp)‐dependent and Vsp‐independent pathways for glycosaminoglycan recognition by relapsing fever spirochaetes
  95. Stability of Borrelia burgdorferi bdrLoci In Vitro and In Vivo
  96. Growth‐Inhibiting Antibody Responses of Humans Vaccinated with Recombinant Outer Surface Protein A or Infected withBorrelia burgdorferior Both
  97. Extensive interplasmidic duplications change the virulence phenotype of the relapsing fever agent Borrelia turicatae
  98. The extended promoters for two outer membrane lipoprotein genes of Borrelia spp. uniquely include a T‐rich region
  99. Male ticks help their mates to feed
  100. Neuroborreliosis During Relapsing Fever: Review of the Clinical Manifestations, Pathology, and Treatment of Infections in Humans and Experimental Animals
  101. Oral delivery of purified lipoprotein OspA protects mice from systemic infection with Borrelia burgdorferi
  102. Antigenic Variation in Lyme Disease Borreliae by Promiscuous Recombination of VMP-like Sequence Cassettes
  103. An OspA-Based DNA Vaccine Protects Mice against Infection with Borrelia burgdorferi
  104. A Flagella-less Mutant of Borrelia burgdorferi as a Live Attenuated Vaccine in the Murine Model of Lyme Disease
  105. Identification of an Uncultivable Borrelia Species in the Hard Tick Amblyomma americanum: Possible Agent of a Lyme Disease-like Illness
  106. Expression of the flagellin gene in Borrelia is controlled by an alternative   factor
  107. Antigen diversity in the bacterium B. hermsii through “Somatic” mutations in rearranged vmp genes
  108. Activation of a vmp pseudogene in Borrella hermsii: an alternate mechanism of antigenic variation during relapsing fever
  109. Nucleotide sequence and analysis of the gene inBorrelia burgdorferiencoding the immunogenic P39 antigen
  110. Differential Association of Borrelia Species with Cultured Neural Cells
  111. Experimental Infection of the Mouse Brain by a Relapsing Fever Borrelia Species: A Molecular Analysis
  112. The Biological and Social Phenomenon of Lyme Disease
  113. In vitro activity of vancomycin against the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi.
  114. In Vitro Inhibition of Borrelia burgdorferi Growth by Antibodies
  115. Subtelomeric expression regions of Borrelia hermsii linear plasmids are highly polymorphic
  116. A flagella-less mutant of Borrelia burgdorferi. Structural, molecular, and in vitro functional characterization.
  117. Variable antigen genes of the relapsing fever agent Borrelia hermsii are activated by promoter addition
  119. The variable antigens Vmp7 and Vmp21 of the relapsing fever bacterium Borrelia hermsii are structurally analogous to the VSG proteins of the African trypanosome
  120. Cloning and sequence analysis of linear plasmid telomeres of the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi
  121. Detection of Borrelia burgdorferi DNA by the polymerase chain reaction
  122. Analysis of North American and European Isolates of Borrelia burgdorferi with Antiserum to a Recombinant Antigen
  123. Molecular analysis of linear plasmid‐encoded major surface proteins, OspA and OspB, of the Lyme disease spirochaete Borrelia burgdorferi
  124. The Diagnosis of Lyme Disease: Rewards and Perils
  125. Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assays for Lyme Disease: Reactivity of Subunits of Borrelia burgdorferi
  126. Antigenic Variability of Borrelia burgdorferi
  127. Linear Plasmids of the Bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi Have Covalently Closed Ends
  128. Borrelia coriaceae sp. nov.: Putative Agent of Epizootic Bovine Abortion
  129. Transposition of structural genes to an expression sequence on a linear plasmid causes antigenic variation in the bacterium Borrelia hermsii
  130. Isolation of a Spirochete from the Soft Tick, Ornithodoros coriaceus : a Possible Agent of Epizootic Bovine Abortion
  131. Heterogeneity of Major Proteins in Lyme Disease Borreliae: A Molecular Analysis of North American and European Isolates
  132. Antigenic variation is associated with DNA rearrangements in a relapsing fever borrelia
  133. A Single Recombinant Plasmid Expressing Two Major Outer Surface Proteins of the Lyme Disease Spirochete
  134. Borrelia burgdorferi sp. nov.: Etiologic Agent of Lyme Disease
  135. High Potassium in Low-Sodium Soups
  136. Natural Distribution of the Ixodes dammini Spirochete
  137. Spirochetes Isolated from the Blood of Two Patients with Lyme Disease
  138. The Spirochetal Etiology of Lyme Disease
  139. Variable major proteins of Borrellia hermsii.
  140. Lyme Disease—a Tick-Borne Spirochetosis?
  141. Action of penicillin on Borrelia hermsii.
  142. Properties of penicillin-binding proteins in Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
  143. Mecillinam Resistance in Escherichia coli: Dissociation of Growth Inhibition and Morphologic Change
  144. Chemiluminescence by Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes from Patients with Active Bacterial Infection
  145. Kawasaki-like Disease in a Young Adult
  146. Hydatid Disease Screening: Sanpete County, Utah, 1971–1976
  147. An Outbreak of Giardiasis in a Group of Campers *
  148. Casoni Skin Test for Hydatid Cyst