As Dr. Maloney says, “Research is our way out of this.” This is our kind of expert leading the way... View Article
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New Podcast: Dr. Theoharis Theoharides, Professor of Immunology at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston.
Welcome back! Season 2 of the Looking at Lyme podcast starts now. Dr. Theoharides has been on the leading edge... View Article
Borrelia burgdorferi-Induced Changes in the Class II Self-Immunopeptidome Displayed on HLA-DR Molecules Expressed by Dendritic Cells
September 2020 The MHC class II antigen processing and presentation pathway has evolved to derive short amino acid peptides from... View Article
Nov. 21, 2020 W5 TV show delves into Lyme disease and the lack of proper diagnostics and treatment in Canada.... View Article
The Lyme Education, Awareness, and Prevention (LEAP) team announces the release of the first draft of the Educators’ Resource for Lyme Awareness.
The Lyme Education, Awareness, and Prevention (LEAP) team announces the release of the first draft of the Educators’ Resource for... View Article
Nov. 20, 2020 KENDAL, ONT. — Kevin Matthews was a healthy 58 year old trying to ease into a slower... View Article
Abstract Mass spectrometry enhanced by nanotechnology can achieve previously unattainable sensitivity for characterizing urinary pathogen-derived peptides. We utilized mass spectrometry... View Article
“In today’s podcast, Sarah examines the importance of adequate training in wilderness first aid skills. She speaks with expert Michael... View Article
Will this latest Canadian research change the paradigm of testing and lab diagnostics for Lyme disease globally?
Abstract Serological diagnosis of Lyme disease suffers from considerable limitations. Yet, the technique cannot currently be replaced by direct detection... View Article
[CanLyme Note: In the comments of the Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) they state,”IDSA continues to advocate for utilizing... View Article
YebC regulates variable surface antigen VlsE expression and is required for host immune evasion in Borrelia burgdorferi
Oct. 2020 PLOS PATHOGENS Abstract Borrelia burgdorferi, the Lyme disease pathogen causes persistent infection by evading the host immune response.... View Article
“The system of scientific communication appears to be more fragile than was once believed.” Decisions made by individuals with particular... View Article
“In this episode, Sarah hears from Alexis Chesney, a naturopathic physician in Vermont who specializes in Lyme disease and other... View Article
“Sarah speaks with Dr. Thomas Moorcroft, a physician from Connecticut who specializes in Lyme disease and Lyme-related infections. He explains... View Article