2006
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352006000500042
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Anticorpos para Borrelia burgdorferi em indivíduos que trabalham com animais silvestres

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“…Similar results were observed in the state of Minas Gerais, where the presence of antibodies against B. burgdorferi was detected in 7.69% opossums (MONTANDON et al, 2014). Other studies in Brazil have reported humans and animals seropositive for B. burgdorferi (YOSHINARI et al, 2010;CORRADI et al, 2006;MADUREIRA et al, 2007;MONTANDON et al, 2014), demonstrating different prevalence rates in dispersed areas and showing that both domestic and wild animals are becoming infected with a closely related Borrelia spp., although the agents have never been isolated in Brazil. Our findings reinforce the probable presence of these agents in opossums in eight municipalities in the state of São Paulo and emphasize the need for further research into these pathogens in this study area, in view of the occurrence of BSF and BYS in humans in the state of São Paulo.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 73%
“…Similar results were observed in the state of Minas Gerais, where the presence of antibodies against B. burgdorferi was detected in 7.69% opossums (MONTANDON et al, 2014). Other studies in Brazil have reported humans and animals seropositive for B. burgdorferi (YOSHINARI et al, 2010;CORRADI et al, 2006;MADUREIRA et al, 2007;MONTANDON et al, 2014), demonstrating different prevalence rates in dispersed areas and showing that both domestic and wild animals are becoming infected with a closely related Borrelia spp., although the agents have never been isolated in Brazil. Our findings reinforce the probable presence of these agents in opossums in eight municipalities in the state of São Paulo and emphasize the need for further research into these pathogens in this study area, in view of the occurrence of BSF and BYS in humans in the state of São Paulo.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 73%
“…Domestic and wild animals act as reservoirs for the etiological agents for these diseases. For Lyme disease, tick acts as a vector for the etiological agent and human beings and as accidental hosts in the epidemiological cycle (Gill and Johnson, 1992; Macedo, 1997; Corradi et al , 2005; Langoni et al , 2008). …”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Tanto carrapatos quanto ninfas (em menor extensão), são responsáveis pela transmissão, uma vez que adquirem a bactéria durante a alimentação em qualquer um dos estágios intermediários, com a persistência da bactéria até a evolução ao próximo estágio do artrópode, a chamada transmissão transestadial (Seixas et al, 2011). Em raros casos, ou experimentalmente, são transmitidas por tabanídeos, culicídeos e sifonápteros (Corradi, 2006;Soares et al, 2000). Os carrapatos se infectam durante o repasto sanguíneo em animais portadores da bactéria, e devem se alimentar por mais de 12 horas para transmitir a B. burgdorferi Shaw & Ihle, 1999).…”
Section: São Vetoriadas Por Carrapatos Do Gênero Ixodes Especialmente...unclassified