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    • Brucella neotomae infection in humans, Costa Rica 

      BARQUERO-CALVO, ELIAS; Baker, Kate S.; Amuy, Ernesto; Chaves-Olarte, Esteban; Thomson, Nicholas R.; Moreno, Edgardo; Guzman-Verri, Caterina; Suárez-Esquivel, Marcela; Ruiz-Villalobos, Nazareth; Jiménez-Rojas, César; Chacón-Díaz, Carlos; Víquez-Ruiz, Eunice; Rojas-Campos, Norman; Oviedo-Sánchez, Gerardo (Emerging Infectious Diseases, 2017-06)
      Several species of Brucella are known to be zoonotic, but B. neotomae infection has been thought to be limited to wood rats. In 2008 and 2011, however, B. neotomae was isolated from cerebrospinal fluid of 2 men with ...
    • Persistence of Brucella abortus lineages revealed by genomic characterization and phylodynamic analysis 

      Suárez-Esquivel, Marcela; Henández-Mora, Gabriela; Ruiz-Villalobos, Nazareth; BARQUERO-CALVO, ELIAS; Chacón-Díaz, Carlos; LadnerI, JasonT.; Oviedo-Sánchez, Gerardo; Foster, JeffreyT.; Rojas-Campos, Norman; Chaves-Olarte, Esteban; Thomson, Nicholas; Moreno, Edgardo; Guzman-Verri, Caterina (Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica, 2020-04-14)
      Brucellosis, caused by Brucella abortus, is a major disease of cattle and humans worldwide distributed. Eradication and control of the disease has been difficult in Central and South America, Central Asia, the Mediterranean ...