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The epidemiology of tick-borne Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever in Asia, Europe, and Africa.
  • H. Hoogstraal
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of medical entomology
  • 22 May 1979
It was only in 1967, when Soviet workers first used the generally accepted newborn white mouse inoculation technique for CCHF virus isolation and study, that the etiologic agent could be characterized antigenically, physiochemically, and morphologically. Expand
Argasid and nuttalliellid ticks as parasites and vectors.
This chapter focuses on ticks and tick-borne diseases and reviews tick structures and physiology and discusses the tick cuticle. Expand
Ticks (Acari: Ixodoidea) of Ethiopia. I. Distribution, ecology and host relationships of species infesting livestock
In a survey of adult ticks infesting livestock in Ethiopia, 33 species and subspecies were identified. The distribution and abundance of each are discussed in relation to ecology (altitude, climateExpand
Tick-Host Specificity
Review of Haemaphysalis (kaiseriana) Longicornis Neumann (resurrected) of Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Fiji, Japan, Korea, and Northeastern China and USSR, and its parthenogenetic and
The name Haemaphysalis longicornis Neumann, 1901, originally described from Australia, is resurrected for a distinctive taxon in the subgenus Kaiseriana, and the adult and immature stages areExpand
Experimental transmission and field isolation studies implicating Culex pipiens as a vector of Rift Valley fever virus in Egypt.
Results suggest that Culex pipiens was a vector of RVF virus during the 1977-1978 epizootics in Egypt, and it is suggested that C. pipiens originating from a population sample from the Nile DeltaEpizootic area transmitted RVFirus. Expand