Peer Reviewed Science

Peer Reviewed Medical & Scientific Articles

These articles carry the most scientific weight as they are reviewed by a committee of doctors and scientists before they are accepted for publication.  

The following links are provided for you to other sites which have lists of scientific publications on Lyme disease where you can search for particular aspects of the disease. Sorry, but LDA does not have staff to help you search. You are leaving the LDA website by clicking on these links.

PubMed/Medline Search
PubMed was developed by the
National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), located at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The PubMed database was developed in conjunction with publishers of biomedical literature as a search tool for accessing literature citations and linking to full-text journal articles at web sites of participating publishers. For more information please refer to the PubMed overview 

The Lyme Disease Network Medical/Scientific Literature Database

This database was developed by the Lyme Disease Network of New Jersey (Lymenet), an LDA affiliate. 

Complete Peer Reviewed Articles – Printed with Permission

Genomes unblock borrelia’s secrets – New Lyme Disease Findings!

Mixed Strains Improve Lyme WB Sensitivity

Professional Articles

Professional Articles

There are articles that are published on Lyme disease which are not published in journals which are subject to peer review process but which, nonetheless, are valuable tools for anyone interested in the disease. They may be written by doctors, scientists, government officials, advocates, others considered experts in the field.
The Effects of Lyme Disease on Students, Schools & School Policy

You Can Make a Difference to a Child by Reducing Risk of Lyme Disease
by: Network to Reduce Lyme Disease in School-Aged Children (includes the EPA, CDC, LDA)

NASN School Nurse.2010; 25: 110-113   (leaving the LDA website)




They are many articles published by people outside the field such as reporters and patients that may be of interest to those researching Lyme disease.  Experiences with OCD