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Exposure of dogs to spotted fever group rickettsiae in urban sites associated with human rickettsioses in Costa Rica
The zoonotic transmission cycles of Rickettsia rickettsii and other spotted fever group (SFG) rickettsiae in Latin America have usually been associated with rural or sylvatic environments, although domestic dogs can be ...
Pathogenic potential of a Costa Rican strain of ‘Candidatus Rickettsia amblyommii’ in guinea pigs (Cavia porcellus) and protective immunity against Rickettsia rickettsii
‘Candidatus Rickettsia amblyommii’ is a spotted fever group rickettsia that is not considered pathogenic, although there is serologic evidence of possible infection in animals and humans. The aim of this study was to ...
‘Candidatus Rickettsia nicoyana’: A novel Rickettsia species isolated from Ornithodoros knoxjonesi in Costa Rica
Rickettsiae are intracellular bacteria commonly associated with hematophagous arthropods. Most of them have been described in hard ticks, but some have been found in soft ticks. Here we report the detection and isolation ...
Síndrome Respiratorio de Medio Oriente causado por un coronavirus y el Hajj: ¿potencial para una emergencia internacional?
Middle East Respiratory Syndrome caused by a coronavirus and Hajj: an international health threat?
La epidemiología de enfermedades infecciosas en eventos de concentración masiva requiere de un amplio planeamiento y control por parte de los centros de salud de cada país involucrado. El Síndrome Respiratorio de Medio ...
Detection of an undescribed Rickettsia sp. in Ixodes boliviensis from Costa Rica
Ixodes boliviensis is a tick of carnivores that is common on domestic dogs. The only Rickettsia that has been detected previously in this species is 'Candidatus Rickettsia andeanae'. We report the detection of an undescribed ...
First report of acariasis by Caparinia tripilis in African hedgehogs, (Atelerix albiventris), in Costa Rica
The African hedgehog is one of the newly imported exotic pets which have been observed with increasing regularity in veterinary clinics in Costa Rica. Despite their popularity, information about their diseases is scarce. ...