Alexandre Tiendrebeogo

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sensu stricto or B. burgdorferi sensu lato was detected (4/12 sites each), prevalence was 0.6%–2.2% and 0.7%– 2.5%, respectively. B. miyamotoi was detected at 7/12 sites, and prevalence ranged from 0.7% to 7.5%. A previous survey of B. burgdorferi in nearby San-ta Cruz County recreational areas reported an infection prevalence of ≈6% among adult I.(More)
References 1. Migliori GB, Loddenkemper R, Blasi F, Raviglione MC. 125 years after Robert Koch's discovery of the tubercle bacil-lus: the new XDR-TB threat. Is " science " enough to tackle the epidemic? Eur Respir Quality assurance programme for drug susceptibility testing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the WHO/IUATLD Supra-national Laboratory Network: fi(More)
Oriol Mitjà, University of Barcelona Michael Marks, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Laia Bertran, University of Barcelona Karsor Kollie, Ministry of Health, Government of Liberia, Liberia Daniel Argaw, World Health Organization Ahmed H. Fahal, University of Khartoum Christopher Fitzpatrick, World Health Organization L. Claire Fuller,(More)
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