Michael Kosoy mainly investigates Bartonella, Bartonella Infection, Zoology, Bartonella elizabethae and Microbiology. Virology covers he research in Bartonella. Michael Kosoy works mostly in the field of Bartonella Infection, limiting it down to concerns involving Disease reservoir and, occasionally, Leptospira, Coinfection, Leptospirosis and Leptospira interrogans.
His studies in Zoology integrate themes in fields like Plague, Bartonella species, Nycteribiidae and Sylvatic plague. Michael Kosoy has included themes like Bartonella tribocorum and Bartonella vinsonii in his Bartonella elizabethae study. His Microbiology research focuses on 16S ribosomal RNA and how it connects with Pathogen, Ribosomal RNA, Bartonella tamiae and Internal transcribed spacer.
Michael Kosoy mostly deals with Bartonella, Bartonella Infection, Zoology, Virology and Veterinary medicine. His Bartonella study is concerned with the field of Microbiology as a whole. His research in Bartonella Infection focuses on subjects like Genotype, which are connected to Subspecies.
His study focuses on the intersection of Zoology and fields such as Ecology with connections in the field of Plague. The study incorporates disciplines such as Gene, Polymerase chain reaction and Sigmodon hispidus in addition to Virology. His research investigates the connection with Veterinary medicine and areas like Bartonella species which intersect with concerns in Ctenocephalides.
Michael Kosoy focuses on Bartonella, Zoology, Ecology, Bartonella Infection and Bartonella species. His Bartonella study contributes to a more complete understanding of Virology. His Zoology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Genetic marker, Vector and Rodent.
In the field of Ecology, his study on Evolutionary ecology, Species diversity and Ecological systems theory overlaps with subjects such as Mindset and Context. Michael Kosoy interconnects Bartonella elizabethae, Host, Bartonella washoensis and Polymerase chain reaction in the investigation of issues within Bartonella Infection. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Transmission, Multilocus sequence typing, Rousettus and Eucampsipoda.
His primary scientific interests are in Bartonella, Zoology, Bartonella Infection, Virology and Evolutionary biology. His studies deal with areas such as Vector, Arthropod Vector, Animal ecology, Bartonella species and Phylogenetics as well as Bartonella. His work carried out in the field of Bartonella Infection brings together such families of science as Transmission and Host.
Within one scientific family, Michael Kosoy focuses on topics pertaining to Genetic variation under Host, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Phylogenetic tree. His study in Evolutionary biology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ecology, Identification, Genotyping and Bacteria. His Leptospira research incorporates themes from Disease reservoir and Polymerase chain reaction.
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NATURAL HISTORY OF PLAGUE: Perspectives from More than a Century of Research ∗
Kenneth L. Gage;Michael Y. Kosoy.
Annual Review of Entomology (2005)
Distribution, diversity, and host specificity of Bartonella in rodents from the Southeastern United States.
Kosoy My;Regnery Rl;Tzianabos T;Marston El.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (1997)
Prevalence of Antibody to Hepatitis E Virus among Rodents in the United States
Michael O. Favorov;Michael Y. Kosoy;Sergei A. Tsarev;James E. Childs.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (2000)
Bartonella strains from ground squirrels are identical to Bartonella washoensis isolated from a human patient.
Michael Kosoy;Mike Murray;Robert D. Gilmore;Ying Bai.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (2003)
Genetic and ecologic characteristics of Bartonella communities in rodents in southern China.
Bai Ying;Michael Y Kosoy;Gary O Maupin;Kiyotaka R Tsuchiya.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (2002)
Bartonella tamiae sp. nov., a Newly Recognized Pathogen Isolated from Three Human Patients from Thailand
Michael Kosoy;Christina Morway;Kelly W. Sheff;Ying Bai.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (2008)
INFLUENCES OF INTRODUCED PLAGUE ON NORTH AMERICAN MAMMALS: IMPLICATIONS FROM ECOLOGY OF PLAGUE IN ASIA
Dean E. Biggins;Michael Y. Kosoy.
Journal of Mammalogy (2001)
Bartonella quintana in body lice and head lice from homeless persons, San Francisco, California, USA.
Denise L. Bonilla;Hidenori Kabeya;Jennifer Henn;Vicki L. Kramer.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (2009)
Development of a Novel Genus-specific Real-time PCR Assay for Detection and Differentiation of Bartonella Species and Genotypes
Maureen H. Diaz;Ying Bai;Lile Malania;Jonas M. Winchell.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (2012)
Landscape structure and plague occurrence in black-tailed prairie dogs on grasslands of the western USA
Sharon K. Collinge;Whitney C. Johnson;Chris Ray;Randy Matchett.
Landscape Ecology (2005)
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