Affiliation: Slovak Academy of Sciences
Haklová Kočíková B, Hižňanová A, Majláth I, Račka K, Harris D, Földvári G, et al
. Morphological and molecular characterization of Karyolysus--a neglected but common parasite infecting some European lizards. Parasit Vectors. 2014;7:555 pubmed publisher
..Based on the phylogenetic analyses, neither vertebrate host, nor geographical patterns of the studied blood parasites could be established. ..
Vargová B, Majláth I, Kurimsky J, Cimbala R, Kosterec M, Tryjanowski P, et al
. Electromagnetic radiation and behavioural response of ticks: an experimental test. Exp Appl Acarol. 2018;75:85-95 pubmed publisher
..reticulatus. The projection of obtained results to the natural environment could help assess the risk of tick borne diseases and could be a tool of preventive medicine. ..
Majlathova V, Majláth I, Derdakova M, Vichova B, Pet Ko B. Borrelia lusitaniae and green lizards (Lacerta viridis), Karst Region, Slovakia. Emerg Infect Dis. 2006;12:1895-901 pubmed
..garinii was the dominant species, and B. lusitaniae represented 11.1%. The presence of B. lusitaniae in skin biopsy specimens and in ticks that had fed on green lizards implicates this species in the transmission cycle of B. lusitaniae...
Majlathova V, Hurníková Z, Majláth I, Petko B. Hepatozoon canis infection in Slovakia: imported or autochthonous?. Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis. 2007;7:199-202 pubmed
..sanguineus that might have been brought to Slovakia by travelers, by golden jackals, or by foxes migrating because of expansion of golden jackals and environmental and climate changes. ..