SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • 1
    Livingstone D. Missionary travels and researches in Southern Africa. London: John Murray, 1857; Chapter 19; 383.
  • 2
    Ross PH, Milne AD. Tick fever. Br Med J 1904; 2: 14531454.
  • 3
    Dutton JE, Todd JL. The nature of tick fever in the eastern part of the Congo Free State. Ibid 1905; 2: 12591260.
  • 4
    Cook AR. Relapsing fever in Uganda. J Trop Med 1904; 7: 2426.
  • 5
    Metalkin AJ, Geidenreikh LL. Forgotten pioneer in the field of bacteriological methodology. Zh Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol 1957; 28: 1418. Cited Thesis 117. Second Section of table. 1876. St. Petersburg.
  • 6
    Sakharoff MN. Spirochaeta anserina et septicemie des oies. Ann Inst Pasteur 1891; 5: 564566. [French].
  • 7
    Kelly RT. In: KreigRN, ed. Manual of systematic bacteriology. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1984; 58.
  • 8
    Ehrenberg CG. Dritter Beitrag zur Erkenntniss grosser Organisation in der Richtung des Kleinsten Raumes. Berlin aus den Jahre 1833–5: Abh Preuss Akad Wiss Phys Kl, 1835; 313. [German]
  • 9
    Dujardin F. Histoire naturelle des zoophytes. Infusoires, comprenant la physiologie et la classification de ces animaux. Roret, Paris: Libraire Encyclopedique, 1841; 225. [French]
  • 10
    Birkhaug K: Otto HF Obermeier, February 13, 1843 – August 20 1873. In: MoultonF, ed. Relapsing fever in the Americas. Washington: Publication of the American Association of the Advancement of Science, 1942; 714.
  • 11
    Polebotnow, Wiesner J. Mikroskopische untersuchungen. Stuttgart, 1872; 134. [German].
  • 12
    Koch R. Die Aetiologie der Tuberkulose. Berl klin Wschr 1882; 19: 221230.
  • 13
    Rayer PFO. De la Movre et du farcin chez l’homme. Mem Acad Roy Med (Paris) 1837; 6: 625837. See also: Richet G, [Rayer’s studies on the contagion of glanders.] 1837-1843. Hist Sci Med. 2002; 36: 389–408, Wilkinson L. Glanders: Medicine and veterinary Medicine in common Pursuit of a contagious disease. Med Hist.1981; 25: 363–384.
  • 14
    Munch G cited by Mochman H, Kohler W, One hundred years of Bacteriology. The discovery of Borrelia reccurentis. In: Medicamentum Berlin/GDR. 1983; 66: 21–29.
  • 15
    Moczutkowsky J. Materialien zur Therapie des Ruckfallstyphus. Dtsch Arch Klin Med 1879; 24: 8097. [German].
  • 16
    Swellengrebel NH. Sur la Cytology des Spirochetes et des Spirilles. Ann Inst Past 1907; 21: 82. [French]
  • 17
    Borrel A. Filaments and transverse division of poultry spirochaetes. C R Soc Biol 1906; 60 [vol.1]: 138141. [French.]
  • 18
    Wright DJ. Borrel’s accidental legacy. Clin Microbiol Infect [See Supporting information] 2009; 15: 397399.
  • 19
    Bannwarth A. Chronische lymphocytäre Meningitis entzündliche Polyneuritis und “Rheumatismus”. Ein Beitrag zum Problem “Allergie und Nervensystem”. Arch Psychiatr Nervenkr 1941; 113: 284376.
  • 20
    Ackermann R, Rehse-Küpper B, Gollmer E, Schmidt R. Chronic neurological manifestations of erythema migrans borrelias. Ann NY Acad Sci 1988; 539: 1623.
  • 21
    Margos G, Vollmer SA, Cernet M et al. A new Borrelia species defined by multilocus sequence analysis. Appl Environ Microbiol 2009; 75: 54105416.
  • 22
    Margos G, Hojgaard A, Lane RS et al. Multilocus sequence analysis of Borrelia bissettii strains from North America reveals a new Borrelia species, Borrelia kurtenbachii. Ticks Tick borne Dis 2010; 1: 151158.
  • 23
    Cordes FS, Kraiczy P, Roversi P et al. Structure-function mapping of Bb-CRASP-1, the key complement factor H and FHL-1 binding protein of Borrelia burgdorferi. Int J Med Microbiol 2006; 296 (suppl. 40): 177184.
  • 24
    Kudreyashev M, Cyrklaff M, Baumeister W et al. Comparative cryo-electron tomography of pathogenic Lyme disease spirochetes. Mol Microbiol 2009; 71: 14151434.
  • 25
    Grosskinsky S, Schott M, Brenner C et al. Borrelia recurrentis employs a novel multifunctional surface protein with anti-complement, anti-opsonic and invasive potential to escape innate immunity. PLoS ONE 2009; 4: e4858. Epub March 24.
  • 26
    Bárcena-Uribarri I, Thein M, Sacher A et al. Two porins are present in both Lyme disease and relapsing fever spirochetes. Biochim Biophys Acta 2010; 1798: 11971203.