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by admin
Thu 28 May 2015 1:06
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Deet vs. Permethrin: fish repellent vs. toxin
Replies: 2
Views: 1142

Re: Deet vs. Permethrin: fish repellent vs. toxin

Thanks for your valuable information. You are a few others via e-mail have pointed out the toxicity of Permethrin to fish and aquatic life in general, and also to cats. I have therefore adapted the article on July 3, 2013.

(I just encountered this forgotten topic while searching the forum).
by admin
Sun 26 Apr 2015 14:45
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: live blood microscopy
Replies: 37
Views: 10297

Re: live blood microscopy

Hello jgalea71, Welcome to this forum. It seems to me that you posted 3 times essentially the same message with the same attached image. Therefore I removed 2 of these 3 posts: 1. a post in a new topic with title "Babesia as seen in live blood...after neg test from Igenex" and image description "bab...
by admin
Mon 23 Mar 2015 16:38
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Studying Lyme (or: how to be a sneaky spammer)
Replies: 4
Views: 2132

Re: Studying Lyme

For your information: The user "MedStudentIU" is a spammer and likely wasn't studying Lyme at all. He or she was spamming links to a company's website (goldenrule.com), which were sneakily added later and hidden in text-links. The same goes for his/her buddy "RoselynF" who spammed for the same comp...
by admin
Thu 29 Jan 2015 13:45
Forum: Feedback
Topic: Lyme News Bot
Replies: 2
Views: 7066

Re: Lyme News Bot

I can't improve this, because the Lyme news list is depending on a third-party search engine. I know the list may miss relevant studies and news items, that's why the Lyme news page is offering a few links to other resources, including PubMed. Note that sometimes new items are only added with some d...
by admin
Mon 5 Jan 2015 20:43
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Expanded Study Confirms Lyme May Be Sexually Transmitted
Replies: 54
Views: 13313

Re: Expanded Study Confirms Lyme May Be Sexually Transmitted

Reminder,

This topic is meant for information and discussion about the study "Culture and identification of Borrelia spirochetes in human vaginal and seminal secretions".
by admin
Sat 3 Jan 2015 18:33
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: LymeNet Europe Board Statistics 2014
Replies: 2
Views: 1496

LymeNet Europe Board Statistics 2014

LymeNet Europe Board Statistics 2014 New topics and posts in 2014: New topics: 451 New posts: 3688 Top 10 topic starters: (of 55 total) 1. RitaA: 145 2. inmacdonald: 39 3. phyfe: 26 4. edbo: 23 5. X-member: 21 6. ChronicLyme19: 18 7. phantasm: 17 8. Martian: 16 9. LHCTom: 16 10. duncan: 15 Top 10 p...
by admin
Sat 3 Jan 2015 17:18
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Top 25 most viewed topics of LymeNet Europe 2014
Replies: 0
Views: 943

Top 25 most viewed topics of LymeNet Europe 2014

The LymeNet Europe topics from 2014 that were most popular are listed below. Top 25 most viewed topics of LymeNet Europe 2014 25. Definition of late-stage Lyme disease 25. Rebuttal published to CDC vs Advanced in J Clin Microbiology These topics actually didn't make it to the top 25, but 38 posts we...
by admin
Wed 10 Dec 2014 13:11
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Rebuttal published to CDC vs Advanced in J Clin Microbiology
Replies: 83
Views: 14467

Re: Rebuttal published to CDC vs Advanced in J Clin Microbio

38 posts moved from this topic to a new topic Definition of late-stage Lyme disease because the discussion wandered off the subject of this thread. Please either keep off-topic comments limited or start a new topic.
by admin
Wed 10 Dec 2014 13:08
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Definition of late-stage Lyme disease
Replies: 100
Views: 14429

Re: Definition of late-stage Lyme disease

Previous 38 posts split from topic Rebuttal published to CDC vs Advanced in J Clin Microbiology , because it consists of an off-topic discussion. Please use the "New Topic" button more often when a discussion wanders off. Further, once again I ask you to keep the information and discussion substanti...
by admin
Mon 1 Dec 2014 13:44
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: How prone is PCR to contamination?
Replies: 18
Views: 3724

Re: How prone is PCR to contamination?

Please keep the information and discussion substantial and science-based. The first two posts of this topic pose some interesting questions that can and should be answered in a scientific way without all the "noise".