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    associations have alternative transmission modes, such as tularemia, plague, Rift Valley fever, and
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    . Thus, it is plausible that there are multiple modes of transmission in Buruli ulcer, with certain modes
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    Ecology and transmission of Buruli ulcer disease: a systematic review (3001905)
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