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Geographical distribution of vectors and sero-strains of tsutsugamushi disease at mid-south inland of Korea

Other Titles
 한반도 중남부 내륙지방에서의 쭈쭈가무시병 혈청형과 매개종의 지리적 분포상 
Authors
 Han-Il REE  ;  In-Yong LEE  ;  Soung-Hoo JEON  ;  Yoshiya YOSHIDA 
Citation
 KOREAN JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY, Vol.35(3) : 171-179, 1997 
Journal Title
 KOREAN JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY 
ISSN
 0023-4001 
Issue Date
1997
Abstract
Studies of geographical distributions and relative population densities of the vector mites of tsutsugamushi disease were carried out in October 1996 at 12 locations of the mid-south inland of the Korean peninsula, where chigger mites have been never studied. Of 177 field rodents and insectivores collected, 154 (87.0%) were Apodemus agrarius. Total 25,707 chigger mites were collected and 14 species were identified, of which Leptotrombidium pallidum was predominant (79.8%) and L. palpale the next (8.9%). L. pallidum, the vector species, was widely distributed in all study areas, showing the highest density at Cho-o 2-dong, Sangju-si (chigger index 201.8), and the lowest at Tanwol-dong. Chungju-si (chigger index 40.7). The other vector species, L. scutellare was found only at the southern part of the study area such as Yobae and Mipyong, Kumrung-gun and Unsu, Kimchon-si. The northernmost areas of the L. scutellare distribution were coincided with the areas where anual mean air temperature is above 10.0 C. Among 157 A. agrarius sera tested, 48.3% was Karp, 1.7% Gilliam and 3.3% Kuroki. The rest of the sera were not able to determine the sero-type because of the cross antigen-antibody reactions among the tested sero-types.
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1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > Dept. of Environmental Medical Biology (환경의생물학교실) > 1. Journal Papers
Yonsei Authors
Ree, Han Il(이한일)
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/177482
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