Canadian Tick-borne Research 2010-Present

Please note that while summaries of the journal articles listed below are fairly universally accessible by members of the public, full text access often (though not always) requires a fee and/or account.

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Last updated: February 1, 2023

Found 540 results
Zinck CB, Priest JM, Shutler D, Boudreau M, and Lloyd VK, Detection of Borrelia spp., Ehrlichia canis, Anaplasma phagocytophylum, and Dirofilaria immitis in Eastern Coyotes (Canis latrans) in Nova Scotia, Canada, J Wildl Dis, 2021.
Lysyk TJ, Dergousoff SJ, Rochon K, Chilton NB, and Smith AM, Distribution of Dermacentor andersoni (Acari: Ixodidae) in Grassland Regions of Alberta, Canada, J Med Entomol, 2021.
Fellin E and Schulte-Hostedde A, Effects of ticks on community assemblages of ectoparasites in deer mice, Ticks Tick Borne Dis, vol. 13, no. 1, 2021.
Gaudin M, Tanguy G, Plagne M, Saussac A, Hansmann Y, Jaulhac B, Kelly M, Ouchchane L, and Lesens O, E-learning versus face-to-face training: Comparison of two learning methods for Lyme borreliosis, Infectious Diseases Now, 2021.
Mac S, Evans GA, Patel SN, Pullenayegum EM, and Sander B, Estimating the population health burden of Lyme disease in Ontario, Canada: a microsimulation modelling approach, CMAJ Open, vol. 9, no. 4, pp. E1005-E1012, 2021.
Neely M, Arroyo LG, Jardine CM, Clow KM, Moore A, Hazlett M, and Weese JS, Evaluation of 2 ELISAs to determine Borrelia burgdorferi seropositivity in horses over a 12-month period, J Vet Diagn Invest., 2021.
Cameron L, Rocque R, Penner K, and Mauro I, Evidence-based communication on climate change and health: Testing videos, text, and maps on climate change and Lyme disease in Manitoba, Canada, PLoS One, vol. 16, no. 6, 2021.
Duplaix L, Wagner V, Gasmi S, Lindsay LR, Dibernardo A, Thivierge K, Fernandez-Prada C, and Arsenault J, Exposure to Tick-Borne Pathogens in Cats and Dogs Infested With Ixodes scapularis in Quebec: An 8-Year Surveillance Study, Front Vet Sci., vol. eCollection 2021, 2021.
Barbour AG and Gupta RS, The Family Borreliaceae (Spirochaetales), a Diverse Group in Two Genera of Tick-Borne Spirochetes of Mammals, Birds, and Reptiles, J Med Entomol., vol. XX, no. X, pp. 1-12, 2021.
Dumas A, Bouchard C, Lindsay LR, Ogden NH, and Leighton PA, Fine-scale determinants of the spatiotemporal distribution of Ixodes scapularis in Quebec (Canada), Ticks Tick Borne Dis, vol. 13, no. 1, 2021.
Scott JD, First Report of Ixodes scapularis Ticks Parasitizing a North American Porcupine in Canada, parasitologia, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 45-49, 2021.
Farooq I and Moriarty TJ, The Impact of Tick-Borne Diseases on the Bone, Microorganisms, vol. 9, no. 3, 2021.
Journault AA, Richard L, and Aenishaenslin C, In Response to ‘Patient Lyme disease websites prioritize science; public health websites prioritize consistent messaging’, Zoonoses Public Health, 2021.
Boodman C, Richert Q, Lother SA, Kasper K, Fanella S, Lagace-Wiens P, and Keynan Y, Inguinal Ulceroglandular Tularemia Caused by Francisella tularensis Subspecies holarctica, Canada, Emerging Infectious Diseases, vol. 27, no. 4, pp. 1228-1229, 2021.
Wang C, Yeung C, Enriquez A, Chacko S, Hanson S, Redfearn D, Simpson C, Abdollah H, and Baranchuk A, Long-term Outcomes in Treated Lyme Carditis, Curr Probl Cariol, 2021.
Nah K and Wu J, Long-term transmission dynamics of tick-borne diseases involving seasonal variation and co-feeding transmission, J Biol Dyn, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 269-286, 2021.
Tan X, Petri B, DeVinney R, Jenne CN, and Chaconas G, The Lyme disease spirochete can hijack the host immune system for extravasation from the microvasculature, Mol Microbiol, 2021.
Coderre-Ball AM, Sahi S, Anthonio V, Roberston M, and Egan R, Lyme Disease Training and Knowledge Translation Resources Available to Canadian Healthcare Professionals: A Gray Literature Review, J Prim Care Community Health, 2021.
Tardy O, Bouchard C, Chamberland E, Fortin A, Lamirande P, Ogden NH, and Leighton PA, Mechanistic movement models reveal ecological drivers of tick-borne pathogen spread, J R Soc Interface, vol. 18, no. 181, 2021.
Tutt-Guerette MA, Yuan M, Szaroz D, McKinnon B, Kestens Y, Guillot C, Leighton PA, and Zinszer K, Modelling Spatiotemporal Patterns of Lyme Disease Emergence in Québec, Int J Environ Res Public Health ., vol. 18, no. 18, 2021.
Lewis J, Kirby AM, Harris KD, Filiaggi CL, Foley-Eby AH, Mann M, Lieske DJ, and Lloyd VK, Monitoring Risk: Tick and Borrelia burgdorferi Public Participatory Surveillance in the Canadian Maritimes, 2012-2020, Pathogens, vol. 10, no. 10, 2021.
Nelder MP, Russell CB, Dibernardo A, Clow KM, Johnson S, Cronin K, Patel SN, and Lindsay LR, Monitoring the patterns of submission and presence of tick-borne pathogens in Ixodes scapularis collected from humans and companion animals in Ontario, Canada (2011-2017), Parasit Vectors., vol. 14, no. 1, 2021.
Forest-Berard K, Ripoche M, Irace-Cima A, Thivierge K, and Adam-Poupart A, More than ticking boxes: Training Lyme disease education ambassadors to meet outreach and surveillance challenges in Québec, Canada, PLos One, vol. 16, no. 10, 2021.
Burrows H, Talbot B, McKay R, Slatculescu AM, Logan JJ, Thickstun C, Lindsay LR, Dibernardo A, Koffi JK, Ogden NH, and Kulkarni MA, A multi-year assessment of blacklegged tick (Ixodes scapularis) population establishment and Lyme disease risk areas in Ottawa, Canada, 2017-2019, PLoS One, vol. 16, no. 2, 2021.
Dersch R and Singh AE, Neurosyphilis and Lyme neuroborreliosis, Curr Opin Neurol, 2021.