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ecoepidemiology of tularemia in the southcentral united states.we combined county-based data for tularemia incidence from 1990 to 2003 for a nine-state region (arkansas, illinois, indiana, kansas, kentucky, missouri, nebraska, oklahoma, and tennessee) in the southcentral united states with geographic information system (gis)-based environmental data to determine associations between coverage by different habitats (especially dry forest representing suitable tick habitat) and tularemia incidence. high-risk counties (> 1 case per 100,000 person-years) cluster ...200818385353
tularemia - missouri, 2000-2007.tularemia is an uncommon but potentially fatal zoonotic disease caused by the gram-negative coccobacillus francisella tularensis. approximately 40% of all tularemia cases reported to cdc each year occur in arkansas, oklahoma, and missouri. to define the epidemiologic and clinical features of tularemia in missouri, the missouri department of health and senior services (mdhss) analyzed surveillance data and conducted a retrospective clinical chart review of cases that occurred during 2000--2007. t ...200919609248
rabbit tularemia and hepatic coccidiosis in wild rabbit. 201021122253
a call for renewed research on tick-borne francisella tularensis in the arkansas-missouri primary national focus of tularemia in humans.arkansas-missouri has emerged as the primary u.s. focus of tularemia, which is caused by the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases category a priority pathogen francisella tularensis, over the past 30 yr. there are several pieces of indirect evidence suggesting that a key role of ticks in the transmission of f. tularensis to humans in arkansas-missouri is the primary reason why tularemia has remained a prominent disease of humans in this two-state area while fading away from othe ...200717547223
research on ticks and tickborne pathogens in missouri--an interim research report. 19921620086
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