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The species Babesia microti, commonly found in rodents, demonstrates a high degree of genetic diversity. Three lineages, U.S., Kobe, and Hobetsu, are known to have zoonotic potential, but their tick(More)
Babesia microti, the primary causal agent of human babesiosis in North America, was thought to distribute in Europe in association with ixodid ticks and rodents. Recent analyses of β-tubulin and the(More)
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