Russian spring-summer encephalitis

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Russian spring-summer encephalitis

Encephalitis due to a tick-borne virus. Humans may also contract it by drinking goat milk.
See also: encephalitis

Russian spring-summer encephalitis

see Russian spring-summer encephalitis.
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The requirement for the acquisition of the above reference libraries stems from the fact that contracting personnel are involved, inter alia, the investigation of microorganisms assigned to BSL-3 (eg, HIV virus, tick-borne meningoencephalitis or bacterial agents of typhoid and Anthrax), both in the laboratory BSL- 3, which is located within the National Public Health Institute in Prague (hereinafter "E").
The signs of neurological disease and the association of Lyme disease with Ixodes ticks (commonly referred to as blacklegged ticks or deer ticks) were recognized by the mid-1930s and were attributed to a disease called tick-borne meningoencephalitis.