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Zvonka Zupanič Slavec, Alenka Radšel Medvešček and Ksenija Slavec

: 1-8. 12. Randolph SE. Tick-borne encephalitis incidence in Central and Eastern Europe: consequence of political transition. Microbes Infect 2008; 10: 209-16. 13. Kmet J, Vesenjak-Zmijanac J, Bedjanič M, Rus S. Virus meningoencephalitis in Slovenia. 1. Epidemiological observations. Bull WLD Hlth Org 1955; 12: 491-501. 14. Kraigher A, Matjašič M, Hočevar-Grom A, Turk K. TBE surveillance in Slovenia. Antibiotica Monitor 1996; 12: 121-3. 15. Kraigher A, Avšic-Županc T, Kovačevič M, Matjašič M. Tickborne

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Mina Brajović, Mark Bellis, Andreja Kukec, Nataša Terzić, Adriana Baban, Dinesh Sethi and Lijana Zaletel-Kragelj

Montenegro 1600 ( 18 ) and in Romania 2500 ( 19 ) university students were invited to participate in the study, altogether 4100 students. In Montenegro, the sample was designed as a two-stage stratified sample. The units of the first stage were faculties, selected proportionate to the number of students enrolled in the first year in the academic year. The sample frame included 22 faculties of the University of Montenegro, two faculties of Mediterranean University and one of the Donja Gorica University. In total, 12 faculties were selected from the University of Montenegro