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  • [Dynamics of F1 antibody responses to Yersinia pestis infection in Rhombomys opimus]. [Journal Article]
  • ZYZhonghua Yu Fang Yi Xue Za Zhi 2017 Apr 06; 51(4):353-357
  • Meng WW, Abulikemu, … Zhang YJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Great gerbils infected with the high concentration of Y. pestis fluid show shorter duration in producing F1-antibody, the antibody positive rate is also higher, and the highest antibody titer can reach 1∶4 096. The great gerbils could hold the plague F1 antibodies for a long time which was about 140 to 200 days from the highest titer.
  • Acute Q fever in febrile patients in northwestern of Iran. [Journal Article]
  • PNPLoS Negl Trop Dis 2017; 11(4):e0005535
  • Esmaeili S, Golzar F, … Mostafavi E
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study identified patients with acute Q fever in northwestern of Iran. The evidence from this study and previous studies conducted in different regions of Iran support this fact that Q fever is one of the important endemic zoonotic diseases in Iran and needs due attention by clinical physicians and health care system.
  • Seroprevalence of Q fever among human and animal in Iran; A systematic review and meta-analysis. [Journal Article]
  • PNPLoS Negl Trop Dis 2017; 11(4):e0005521
  • Mohabbati Mobarez A, Bagheri Amiri F, Esmaeili S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Seroprevalence of Q fever among human and domestic animals is considerable. Preventative planning and control of C. burnetii infections in Iran is necessary. Active surveillance and further research studies are recommended, to more clearly define the epidemiology and importance of C. burnetii infections in animals and people in Iran.
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