1921
Volume 32, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

This seventh volume of a 12-year series unmatched in scope and completeness is a continuation of the Hoogstraal-NAMRU-3 bibliographic tour de force covering all known references to ticks and the pathogens they carry. The 8-part series (Vol. 5 issued in 2 parts) now encompasses 3,355 pages, selects from some 6,000 journals or other named sources, and includes over 50,000 references. Present plans call for two additional volumes, an annotated one on tickborne virus references, and another covering tickborne rickettsiae, bacteria and protozoa of humans and selected domestic animals.

This arrangement has evolved over the decade and as the series grew more author volumes have been added, postponing the disease-oriented annotated volumes. As currently programmed, volume 7 completes the coverage of author-indexed references, carrying the work through December 1981 (rather than through 1969 as planned in the original 4-volume format) … though still beginning on/about January 1, 800 BC (references probably not so dated at the time).

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