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Cellular Component That Contributes to Lyme Arthritis Uncovered

News   Jun 18, 2019 | Original story from Virginia Tech

 
Cellular Component That Contributes to Lyme Arthritis Uncovered

A deer tick (left), one of the species of tick that transmits the bacteria that causes Lyme disease. High resolution fluorescently tagged image of the bacteria B. burgdorferi that causes Lyme disease (right). Credit: Virginia Tech / Brandon Jutras

 
 
 

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