Tickborne Diseases Information for Researchers

Langat virus infection (bright green) in the tick midgut (black) is shown at six days after infection in this fluorescence image

Langat virus infection (bright green) in the tick midgut (black) is shown at six days after infection in this fluorescence image

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NIAID

Langat virus infection (bright green) in the tick midgut (black) is shown at six days after infection in this fluorescence image

Credit: NIAID

NIAID is conducting and supporting research to find better ways to diagnose, treat, and prevent tickborne diseases as well as ways to control the tick populations that transmit microbes.

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