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Recent progress on tick-borne animal diseases in China
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  • Weijuan Jia,
  • Si Chen,
  • Shanshan Chi,
  • * Yunjiang,
  • Linzhu Ren,
  • Xueli Wang
Weijuan Jia
Inner Mongolia University for Nationalities
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Si Chen
Key Laboratory of Automotive Materials Jilin University Ministry of Education
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Shanshan Chi
Inner Mongolia University for Nationalities
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* Yunjiang
Inner Mongolia University for Nationalities
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Linzhu Ren
Key Laboratory of Automotive Materials Jilin University Ministry of Education
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Xueli Wang
Inner Mongolia University for Nationalities

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Abstract

Tick and Tick-borne diseases pose a growing threat to human and animal health, which has brought great losses to livestock production. With the continuous expansion of human activities and the development of natural resources, there are more and more opportunities for the human to contact ticks and tick-borne pathogens. Therefore, research on ticks and tick-borne diseases is of great significance. This paper reviews recent progress on tick-borne bacterial diseases, viral diseases, and parasitic diseases in China, which provides a theoretical foundation for the research of tick-borne diseases.