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Taenia spp. are long, segmented, parasitic tapeworms and are relatively uncommon in canine gastrointestinal diseases compared to other tapeworms like Dipylidium caninum. These parasites have an indirect life cycle, cycling between definitive and intermediate hosts. Dogs act as definitive hosts of...

Author(s)
Thakre, B. J.; Joseph, J. P.; Binod Kumar; Nilima Brahmbhatt; Krishna Gamit
Publisher
Indian Journal of Field Veterinarians, Academa Publishers, Indore, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Sciences and Biotechnology, 2019, 15, 1, pp 83-84
Abstract

Background: Taenia pisiformis is one of the most common intestinal parasites in canines, and leads to serious economic losses in the rabbit breeding industry. Exosome-like vesicles from parasites play crucial roles in host-parasite interactions by transferring cargo from parasites to host cells and ...

Author(s)
Wang LiQun; Liu TingLi; Liang PanHong; Zhang ShaoHua; Li TaoShan; Li YanPing; Liu GuangXue; Mao Li; Luo XueNong
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Parasites and Vectors, 2020, 13, 318, pp (19 June 2020)
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This cross-sectional study was conducted to estimate the prevalence of gastrointestinal helminth species found in stray dogs and to assess the awareness of the community about dog parasitic zoonoses in Chagni town, northwest Ethiopia. Standard fecal and postmortem examination and questionnaire...

Author(s)
Nigatu Kebede
Publisher
Ethiopian Veterinary Association, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Citation
Ethiopian Veterinary Journal, 2019, 23, 2, pp 13-26
Abstract

Background: Taenia hydatigena, T. multiceps, T. pisiformis, and Dipylidium caninum are four common large and medium-sized tapeworms parasitizing the small intestine of dogs and other canids. These parasites cause serious impact on the health and development of livestock. However, there are, so far, ...

Author(s)
Zhu GuoQiang; Li Li; Ohiolei, J. A.; Wu YanTao; Li WenHui; Zhang NianZhang; Fu BaoQuan; Yan HongBin; Jia WanZhong
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Infectious Diseases, 2019, 19, 854, pp (16 October 2019)
Abstract

Sixteen intestinal helminth species were recovered from 271 necropsied stray dogs during a survey undertaken in Raoued and Soukra, two northeastern rural regions of Tunisia. Recorded parasites included trematodes (Brachylaemus sp., Phagicola italica, Heterophyes heterophyes), cestodes (Echinococcus ...

Author(s)
Lahmar, S.; Arfa, I.; Ben Othmen, S.; Jguirim, W.; Saïd, Y.; Dhibi, A.; Boufana, B.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Parasitology Open, 2017, 3, pp e18
Abstract

The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is the most abundant wild canid in the Iberian Peninsula, and can act as a carrier of a wide range of parasite species shared with dogs and cats and which are sometimes zoonoses. Despite this, few studies are available describing the distribution and epidemiology of the...

Author(s)
Sanchis-Monsonís, G.; Fanelli, A.; Martínez-Carrasco, C.; Tizzani, P.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2020, 283,
Abstract

Context. Peri-urban wild dogs are known to reside within high-risk and densely populated regions and are capable of harbouring a variety of zoonotic pathogens. Despite recognising the potential of peri-urban wild dogs to carry zoonotic pathogens, limited prevalence data are currently available to...

Author(s)
Harriott, L.; Gentle, M.; Traub, R.; Magalhães, R. J. S.; Cobbold, R.
Publisher
CSIRO, Collingwood, Australia
Citation
Wildlife Research, 2019, 46, 3, pp 212-221
Abstract

Several taeniid cestode (tapeworm) parasites of dogs cause cysts in sheep, which act as intermediate hosts. Cysts of Taenia hydatigena and T ovis infections are usually clinically silent, and unlike Echinococcus granulosus, do not pose public health risks. Infected sheep carcases and offal,...

Author(s)
Phythian, C. J.; Stafford, K. D.; Coles, G. C.; Morgan, E. R.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2018, 182, 21, pp 603
Abstract

The extraction of DNA in taeniid eggs shows complications attached to the composition of stool samples and the high resistance of eggs to degradation. The objective of this study was to test a method of DNA extraction in taeniid eggs by applying a thermal shock to facilitate the chemical-enzymatic...

Author(s)
Hidalgo, A.; Melo, A.; Romero, F.; Hidalgo, V.; Villanueva, J.; Fonseca-Salamanca, F.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Experimental Parasitology, 2018, 186, pp 10-16
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The purpose of the research is evaluation of modern taeniidae species diversity in the wild of Central Black Earth and their classification according to the hosts. Materials and methods. Materials of authentic helminthological research are at a fundamental level of present work. Animals' bodies...

Author(s)
Breslavtsev, S. A.; Romashova, N. B.
Publisher
All-Russian K. I. Skryabin Scientific Research Institute of Helminthology, Moscow, Russia
Citation
Rossiĭskiĭ Parazitologicheskiĭ Zhurnal, 2018, No.4, pp 11-15

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