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1 Burkot, T.R., Maupin, G.O., Schneider, B.S., Denatale, C., Happ, C.M., Rutherford, J.S., Zeidner, N.S. (2001)Use of a sentinel host system to study the questing behavior of Ixodes spinipalpis and its role in the transmission of Borrelia bissettii, human granulocytic ehrlichiosis, and Babesia microti, Am J Trop Med Hyg. , 65(4), pp. 293-9.
2 Camacho, A.T., Pallas, E., Gestal, J.J., Guitián, F.J., Olmeda, A.S., Goethert, H.K., Telford, S.R. (2001)Infection of dogs in north-west Spain with a Babesia microti-like agent, Vet Rec. , 149(18), pp. 552-5.
3 Nishisaka, M., Yokoyama, N., Xuan, X., Inoue, N., Nagasawa, H., Fujisaki, K., Mikami, T., Igarashi, I. (2001)Characterisation of the gene encoding a protective antigen from Babesia microti identified it as eta subunit of chaperonin containing T-complex protein 1, Int J Parasitol. , 31(14), pp. 1673-9.
4 Pantanowitz, L., Cannon, M.E. (2001)Extracellular Babesia microti parasites, Transfusion. , 41(4), p. 440.
5 Skotarczak, B., Cichocka, A. (2001)Isolation and amplification by polymerase chain reaction DNA of Babesia microti and Babesia divergens in ticks in Poland, Ann Agric Environ Med. , 8(2), pp. 187-9.
6 Skotarczak, B., Cichocka, A. (2001)The occurrence DNA of Babesia microti in ticks Ixodes ricinus in the forest areas of Szczecin, Folia Biol (Krakow). , 49(3-4), pp. 247-50.
7 Tsuji, M., Wei, Q., Zamoto, A., Morita, C., Arai, S., Shiota, T., Fujimagari, M., Itagaki, A., Fujita, H., Ishihara, C. (2001)Human babesiosis in Japan: epizootiologic survey of rodent reservoir and isolation of new type of Babesia microti-like parasite, J Clin Microbiol. , 39(12), pp. 4316-22.
8 Wei, Q., Tsuji, M., Zamoto, A., Kohsaki, M., Matsui, T., Shiota, T., Telford, S.R. 3rd., Ishihara, C. (2001)Human babesiosis in Japan: isolation of Babesia microti-like parasites from an asymptomatic transfusion donor and from a rodent from an area where babesiosis is endemic, J Clin Microbiol. , 39(6), pp. 2178-83.