Mount Allison University Lyme Research Network
hese are some recent publications from members of the
Mount Allison Lyme Research Network
Motivations and Experiences of Canadians Seeking Treatment for Lyme Disease Outside of the Conventional Canadian Health-Care System
Combining public participatory surveillance and occupancy modelling to predict the distributional response of Ixodes scapularis to climate change.
Evidence for genetic hybridization between
Detecting the Lyme Disease Spirochete,
, in Ticks Using Nested PCR
Lyme disease risk in dogs in New Brunswick.
Citizen Science and Community Engagement in Tick Surveillance-A Canadian Case Study.
A Multiple Streams Approach to Understanding the Issues and Challenges of Lyme Disease Management in Canada's Maritime Provinces
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