Borrelia burgdorferi

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Synonyms for Borrelia burgdorferi

cause of Lyme disease

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burgdorferi, a group of spirochetes that includes B.
Recently, Erol Fikrig and his co-workers at the Yale University School of Medicine developed a strain of mice that, when infected with B.
In recent years, scientists have developed more accurate tests that look for B.
Given the widespread acceptance of SNAP 4Dx tests by Maine veterinarians, we resurveyed dogs statewide in 2007 for exposure to B.
For this study, we used a phylogenetic framework to analyze the evolutionary and demographic histories of B.
burgdorferi-specific T cell responses in patients who have been exposed to B.
Briefly, this protocol involves first screening serum specimens on a sensitive immunoassay designed to measure IgG and IgM antibody to B.
BB0347 was also determined to be located on the outer membrane of B.
Samples that demonstrated a band on the gels were prepared for hybridization with probes specific for sequences characteristic of B.
The most likely explanation is that different subspecies of B.
If scientists can devise antibodies to Salp-15, they might be able to stop B.
A tick has to be attached to a human host for 24 to 36 hours before an infectious dose of B.
Fluid is drawn from the affected joint and subjected to examination by "genetic probes" that can identify B.
Earlier clinical trials have shown the C6 peptide to be a highly sensitive and specific marker for exposure to B.