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Research Articles

This is a comprehensive list of relevant articles that we felt would be of benefit to anyone wanting to know all they can about the disease.

 

 

Understanding the Disease:

 

  1. Cystic Forms of Lyme borrelia
  2. Scientists Uncover Key to Survival of Bacterium Responsible for Lyme Disease.
  3. Tick Saliva Gene Key to Finding Vaccine for Lyme Disease.
  4. Research Shows Lyme Bacterium Does Not Require Iron to Infect Host.
  5. Tick Related Disease Thrives on Cholesterol, Study Suggests
  6. Lingering Bacteria Don't Indicate Chronic Lyme
  7. "Acute Respiratory Disease Syndrome" a Potential Complication from Tickborne Relapsing Fever.
  8. Variable Tick Protein in Two Genomic Groups of the Relapsing Fever Spirochete Borrelia hermsii in Western North America
  9. Real-Time High resolution 3D Imaging of the Lyme Disease Spirochete Adhereing to and Escaping from the Vasculature of a Living Host.
  10.  Phagocytes and Borrelia burgdorferi in Lyme disease.
  11.  An In-Vitro Study of the Susceptibility of Mobile and Cystic Forms of Borrelia
  12.  Long Term decrease in the CD57 Lymphocyte Subset in a Patient with Lyme
  13.  Chronic Lyme: An Evidence-Based review
  14.  Persisting atypical and Cystic Forms of Borrelia burgdorferi and Local Inflammation in Lyme Neuroborelliosis.

 

Origins of the Disease:

 

 

Testing and Research:

 

  1. Seronegativity Abstracts showing shocking evidence of the inadequacies of testing methods.
 
Epidemiological Research:
 
  1. Migratory Song Birds Disperse Ticks Across Canada, and First Isolation of the Lyme Disease Spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi. From the avian tick, Ixodes Auritulus (study done by the controversial BC CDC's Dr. Morshed)