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Aged Ferrets Crucial for Studying Emerging Tick Disease Threat

News   Jan 08, 2019 | Original story by Leigh Hopper, University of Southern California

 
Race On to Stop New Tick-borne Illness in North America

Research facility manger Jill Henley, left, and Younho Choi, work with a sample of hemorrhagic fever transmitted by the Asian longhorned tick. Image credit: Gus Ruelas, University of Southern California

 
 
 

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