Justin Gonzalez

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Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease and Myxomatosis caused a decline in the rabbit population in the second half of the last century. Despite some recovery, the risk of vector-borne disease is present and thus the importance of controlling vector populations. In the current study, we describe the ixodid tick fauna in wild rabbit in a natural reserve in Ciudad Real(More)
Red deer (Cervus elaphus L.) are very valuable in trophy-hunting but also contribute to the preservation of natural areas. They are affected by many parasites and pathogens, including hard ticks that are not only important parasites themselves but can also act as vectors and/or reservoirs of pathogens. Tick phenology is complex insofar as population(More)
Though many mathematical models have been used in the field of epidemiology, few of them aim to predict the outcome of competitive coinfection dynamics within humans. This study created a theoretical model to analyze the competition dynamics between two the infectious bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi and Anaplasma phagocytophilum, within a human host.(More)
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