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The castor bean tick, Ixodes ricinus, is a species of medical and veterinary importance. The use of synthetic acaricides for tick… Expand Ticks transmit more pathogens—including bacteria, parasites and viruses—than any other arthropod vector. Although the… Expand Borrelia miyamotoi, a relapsing fever spirochete, has been found recently in Ixodes ricinus ticks; however, little is known about… Expand Tick-borne diseases represent major public and animal health issues worldwide. Ixodes ricinus, primarily associated with… Expand Ixodes ricinus transmits Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato, the etiological agent of Lyme disease. Previous studies have also… Expand ABSTRACT Environmental factors may drive tick ecology and therefore tick-borne pathogen (TBP) epidemiology, which determines the… Expand BackgroundIn recent years, there have been several sialome projects revealing transcripts expressed in the salivary glands of… Expand Worldwide genetic diversity in 200 individuals comprising 41 castor bean accessions was assessed using amplified fragment… Expand This paper describes clinical, laboratory and pathological findings of sheep, which is intoxicated with castor bean. The source… Expand Abstract 1.1. Nine cases of sensitivity to the castor bean allergen are reported. The source of contact was dust from burlap bags… Expand