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American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. 69(5):519-24, 2003 Nov.

Occurrence of Orientia tsutsugamushi in small mammals from Thailand.

Coleman RE, Monkanna T, Linthicum KJ, Strickman DA, Frances SP, Tanskul P, Kollars TM Jr, Inlao I, Watcharapichat P, Khlaimanee N, Phulsuksombati D, Sangjun N, Lerdthusnee K

United States Army Component, Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangkok, Thailand.

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Article type: Curated - Canary ID: 1019

Cause and Effect Analysis Interspecies susceptibility data Shared exposures with humans Shared outcomes with humans Gene sequence data
Yes Yes No No No
Study type N Routes Sampling Controls Timing
cross sectional 3,498 vector exposure yes concurrent
Exposures Orientia tsutsugamushi
Trombiculidae
Outcomes Mite Infestations
Scrub Typhus
Species Crocidura
Crocidura watasei
Ferret badger
Herpestes javanicus
Menetes berdmorei
Muridae
Rats
Rattus argentiventer
Rattus exulans
roof rat
Tupaia glis
Locations location map
Thailand Kanchanaburi Kanchanaburi (seat of a first-order administrative division)
Nakhon Ratchasima Khorat (seat of a first-order administrative division)
Nonthaburi Nonthaburi (seat of a first-order administrative division)
Sukhothai Sukhothai (seat of a first-order administrative division)
Thailand (general) Bangkok (capital of a political entity)
Uttaradit Uttradit (seat of a first-order administrative division)

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