Literature

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A. M. Bailey, Prociv, P., Petersen, H. P.2003Head lice and body lice: shared traits invalidate assumptions about evolutionary and medical distinctions
M. A. Cheslock, Embers M. E.2019Human Bartonellosis: An Underappreciated Public Health Problem?
D. M. Fagir, Ueckermann, E. A., Horak, I. G., Bennett, N. C., Lutermann, H.2014The Namaqua rock mouse (Micaelamys namaquensis) as a potential reservoir and host of arthropod vectors of diseases of medical and veterinary importance in South Africa
M. Campos Fontalvo, de Mendonça_Favacho, A. Rodrigues, de Carvalho_Araujo, A., Santos, N. Mayana dos, de Oliveira, G. Meneses Ba, Aguiar, D. Moura, de Lemos, E. Regina Sam, Horta, M. Claudio2017Bartonella species pathogenic for humans infect pets, free-ranging wild mammals and their ectoparasites in the Caatinga biome, Northeastern Brazil: a serological and molecular study
L. A. Jackson, Spach D. H.1996Emergence of Bartonella quintana infection among homeless persons
L. A. Jackson, Spach, D. H., Kippen, D. A.1996Seroprevalence to Bartonella quintana among patients at a community clinic in downtown Seattle
T. Sasaki, Poudel, S. Kanta S., Isawa, H., Hayashi, T., Seki, N., Tomita, T., Sawabe, K., Kobayashi, M.2006First Molecular Evidence of Bartonella quintana in Pediculus humanus capitis (Phthiraptera: Pediculidae), Collected from Nepalese Children
T. Sasaki, Poudel, S. Kanta S., Isawa, H., Hayashi, T., Seki, N., Tomita, T., Sawabe, K., Kobayashi, M.2006First Molecular Evidence of Bartonella quintana in Pediculus humanus capitis (Phthiraptera: Pediculidae), Collected from Nepalese Children [authors' reply]
R. Wigand, Weyer F.1953Further research on Bartonella bacilliformis. III. Experiments with Rhesus monkeys and body lice on transmissibility of the disease.
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