2014 journal article

Bartonella henselae Infections In An Owner and Two Papillon Dogs Exposed to Tropical Rat Mites (Ornithonyssus bacoti)

Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 14(10), 703–709.

By: J. Bradley n, P. Mascarelli n, C. Trull n, R. Maggi n & E. Breitschwerdt n

author keywords: Neuropsychiatric symptoms; Mites; Vector; Pruritis; Edema
MeSH headings : Animals; Anti-Bacterial Agents / therapeutic use; Antibodies, Bacterial / blood; Bartonella Infections / drug therapy; Bartonella Infections / microbiology; Bartonella Infections / transmission; Bartonella henselae / genetics; Bartonella henselae / immunology; Bartonella henselae / isolation & purification; DNA, Bacterial / chemistry; DNA, Bacterial / genetics; Dog Diseases / drug therapy; Dog Diseases / microbiology; Dog Diseases / transmission; Dogs; Doxycycline / therapeutic use; Female; Humans; Male; Mite Infestations / parasitology; Mites / microbiology; Polymerase Chain Reaction; Pruritus / drug therapy; Pruritus / microbiology; Pruritus / veterinary; Rats; Sequence Analysis, DNA; Zoonoses
TL;DR: Clinicians and vector biologists should consider the possibility that rat mites may play a role in Bartonella spp. (via Semantic Scholar)
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