Researchers Looking at New Ways to Detect a Tick-Borne Disease
For those individuals suffering from Lyme Disease, it is known that the actual diagnosis may go undetected for several months or even years, yet one may continue to suffer from fatigue, headaches, cognitive dysfunction, and other symptoms. Recently, in an article entitled Evidence for vesicle-mediated antigen export by the human pathogen Babesia microti published by Life Science Alliance, researchers shared how the method by which this parasite transmits itself into a host’s bloodstream has been discovered. The Babesia microti is the primary agent of human babesiosis, a malaria-like illness and potentially fatal tick-borne disease. The authors believe that their research will lead to the development of new technologies that will allow the early detection of this parasite in humans. A link to a synopsis of the article is attached below.
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