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    Shukullari, Enstela Rapti, Dhimitër Visser, Martin Pfister, Kurt and Rehbein, Steffen 2017. Parasites and vector-borne diseases in client-owned dogs in Albania: infestation with arthropod ectoparasites. Parasitology Research, Vol. 116, Issue. 1, p. 399.


    Chung, Chungwon J. Suarez, Carlos E. Bandaranayaka-Mudiyanselage, Carey L. Bandaranayaka-Mudiyanselage, Chandima-Bandara Rzepka, Joanna Heiniger, TJ Chung, Grace Lee, Stephen S. Adams, Ethan Yun, Grace and Waldron, Susan J. 2017. A novel modified-indirect ELISA based on spherical body protein 4 for detecting antibody during acute and long-term infections with diverse Babesia bovis strains. Parasites & Vectors, Vol. 10, Issue. 1,


    Latrofa, Maria Stefania Angelou, Athanasios Giannelli, Alessio Annoscia, Giada Ravagnan, Silvia Dantas-Torres, Filipe Capelli, Gioia Halos, Lenaig Beugnet, Frederic Papadopoulos, Elias and Otranto, Domenico 2017. Ticks and associated pathogens in dogs from Greece. Parasites & Vectors, Vol. 10, Issue. 1,


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    Rong, Mingqiang Liu, Jiangxin Zhang, Meilin Wang, Gan Zhao, Gang Wang, Guodong Zhang, Yaping Hu, Kaifeng and Lai, Ren 2016. A sodium channel inhibitor ISTX-I with a novel structure provides a new hint at the evolutionary link between two toxin folds. Scientific Reports, Vol. 6, Issue. 1,


    Jacquet, Maxime Durand, Jonas Rais, Olivier and Voordouw, Maarten J. 2016. Strain-specific antibodies reduce co-feeding transmission of the Lyme disease pathogen, B orrelia afzelii . Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 18, Issue. 3, p. 833.


    Kazimírová, Mária Hamšíková, Zuzana Kocianová, Elena Marini, Giovanni Mojšová, Michala Mahríková, Lenka Berthová, Lenka Slovák, Mirko and Rosá, Roberto 2016. Relative density of host-seeking ticks in different habitat types of south-western Slovakia. Experimental and Applied Acarology, Vol. 69, Issue. 2, p. 205.


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    Ali, Abid Khan, Sardar Ali, Ijaz Karim, Shahid da Silva Vaz, Itabajara and Termignoni, Carlos 2015. Probing the functional role of tick metalloproteases. Physiological Entomology, Vol. 40, Issue. 3, p. 177.


    Rizzoli, Annapaola Silaghi, Cornelia Obiegala, Anna Rudolf, Ivo Hubálek, Zdeněk Földvári, Gábor Plantard, Olivier Vayssier-Taussat, Muriel Bonnet, Sarah Špitalská, Eva and Kazimírová, Mária 2014. Ixodes ricinus and Its Transmitted Pathogens in Urban and Peri-Urban Areas in Europe: New Hazards and Relevance for Public Health. Frontiers in Public Health, Vol. 2,


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    LUTERMANN, H. MEDGER, K. and HORAK, I. G. 2012. Abiotic and biotic determinants of tick burdens in the eastern rock sengi (Elephantulus myurus). Medical and Veterinary Entomology, Vol. 26, Issue. 3, p. 255.


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    Rigó, Krisztina Gyuranecz, Miklós Tóth, Ádám György and Földvári, Gábor 2011. Detection ofBorrelia burgdorferiSensu Lato andAnaplasma phagocytophilumin Small Mammals and Ectoparasites in Hungary. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, Vol. 11, Issue. 11, p. 1499.


    Lees, Kristin and Bowman, Alan S. 2007. Tick neurobiology: recent advances and the post-genomic era. Invertebrate Neuroscience, Vol. 7, Issue. 4, p. 183.


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Widespread and increasing resistance to most available acaracides threatens both global livestock industries and public health. This necessitates better understanding of ticks and the diseases they transmit in the development of new control strategies. Ticks: Biology, Disease and Control is written by an international collection of experts and covers in-depth information on aspects of the biology of the ticks themselves, various veterinary and medical tick-borne pathogens, and aspects of traditional and potential new control methods. A valuable resource for graduate students, academic researchers and professionals, the book covers the whole gamut of ticks and tick-borne diseases from microsatellites to satellite imagery and from exploiting tick saliva for therapeutic drugs to developing drugs to control tick populations. It encompasses the variety of interconnected fields impinging on the economically important and biologically fascinating phenomenon of ticks, the diseases they transmit and methods of their control.

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'… this book is a must-buy for every tick biologist and library of every veterinary and medical and biology department on the globe. It is a pleasure to see Cambridge University Press produce it with their exemplary style'

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