Spleen microbes of wild animals change with tick-borne illnesswww.sciencedaily.com

Anaplasmosis, a tick-borne febrile disease, can be carried by wild mammals before being transmitted to humans through a tick bite. Now, researchers have found that Anaplasma bacteria alter the patterns of other microbes in the spleens of mice and shrews.

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