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Differences in the distant transmission of the tick-borne encephalitis virus by ixodid ticks of 2 subfamilies



Differences in the distant transmission of the tick-borne encephalitis virus by ixodid ticks of 2 subfamilies



Parazitologiia 26(6): 506-515



Simultaneous but separate feeding of ticks on nonviremic animal (guinea pig) has shown that Amblyomminae ticks are practically unable to transmit distantly tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) to the specimens of their own subfamily and to Ixodinae as well. Ixodes persulcatus and I. ricinus displayed their ability as donors and recipients of TBEV (adults and nymphs) not only for their own subfamily representatives but also as donors for recipients of Amblyomminae subfamily (nymphs and adults of Dermacentor and Rhipicephalus and nymphs of Haemaphysalis). Experimental and literature data analysis permits the authors to conclude that the very important role of TBEV circulation in nature belongs to the distant virus transmission. The absence of such type of virus exchange among Amblyomminae excludes this group of ticks from active virus circulation in TBEV foci.

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