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Eur J Epidemiol 1992 Jul;8(4):575-9.

Evidence of the presence of spotted fever group rickettsiae in dogs and dog ticks of the central provinces in Spain.

Herrero C, Pelaz C, Alvar J, Molina R, Vazquez J, Anda P, Casal J, Martin-Bourgon C

Servicio de Bacteriologia, Centro Nacional de Microbiologia Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain.

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Article type: Curated - Canary ID: 1851

Cause and Effect Analysis Interspecies susceptibility data Shared exposures with humans Shared outcomes with humans Gene sequence data
Yes Yes Yes No No
Study type N Routes Sampling Controls Timing
descriptive 6207 vector - - historical
cross sectional 123 ingestion, vector exposure yes concurrent
Exposures Kennel tick
Rickettsia conorii
Outcomes Boutonneuse Fever
Tick Infestations
Species Dogs
Human
Kennel tick
Locations location map
Spain Castilla Y León Portillo (populated place)
Castilla-la Manacha Belinchon (populated place)
Ciudad Real (second-order administrative division)
Cuenca (second-order administrative division)
Guadalajara (second-order administrative division)
Huete (populated place)
Olias del Rey (populated place)
Siguenza (populated place)
Toledo (second-order administrative division)
Tragacete (populated place)
Valdepenas (administrative division)
Viso del Marques (populated place)
Madrid Aoslos (populated place)
Chinchon (populated place)
Gargantilla del Lozoya (populated place)
Madrid (first-order administrative division)
Villa del Prado (populated place)
Villaconejos (populated place)
Villavieja del Lozoya (populated place)

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