A mutation associated with resistance to synthetic pyrethroids is widespread in US populations of the tropical lineage of Rhipicephalus sanguineus s.l

Nathan E. Stone, Rebecca Ballard, Reanna M. Bourgeois, Grant L. Pemberton, Ryelan F. McDonough, Megan C. Ruby, Laura H. Backus, Andrés M. López-Pérez, Darrin Lemmer, Zane Koch, Maureen Brophy, Christopher D. Paddock, Gilbert J. Kersh, William L. Nicholson, Jason W. Sahl, Joseph D. Busch, Johanna S. Salzer, Janet E. Foley, David M. Wagner

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