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Development ofBorrelia burgdorferiinIxodes ricinusfemales during blood feeding
Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparée
this spirochete. In some gut-infected ticks, a few spirochetes can penetrate the midgut wall and induce a systemic infection, while the overwhelming majority of spirochetes persist in the midgut. Presence of B. burgdorferi in hemocoel, and in both acini and ducts of the salivary glands, leads us to suppose a salivary trans mission of this spirochete by I. ricinus females. Résum é: Développement de Borrelia burgdorferi dans la femelle d'Ixodes ricinus durant le repas sanguin. ties profondes desdoi:10.1051/parasite/1990652089 fatcat:ir5pj345mvgs7kl2h7d7xb2vhe