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Background - The historical classification of Demodex mites has been based on their hosts and morphological features. Genome sequencing has proved to be a very effective taxonomic tool in phylogenetic studies and has been applied in the classification of Demodex. Mitochondrial 16S rDNA has been...

Author(s)
Sastre, N.; Ravera, I.; Villanueva, S.; Altet, L.; Bardagí, M.; Sánchez, A.; Francino, O.; Ferrer, L.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2012, 23, 6, pp 509-e101
Abstract

Canine demodicosis is a common non contagious parasitic skin infestation caused by different species of Demodex mites. Three species of Demodex namely, Demodex canis, D. injai and D. cornei were identified based on morphology and micrometry in skin scrapings of dogs with demodicosis in India, while ...

Author(s)
Chennuru Sreedevi; Ramesh, P.; Rani, N. L.; Malakondaiah, P.
Publisher
Indian Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Chennai, India
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 2014, 28, 2, pp 104-107
Abstract

Canine demodicosis is a parasitic disease caused by Demodex mites (D. canis, D. injai, D. cornei). In most cases it is easily diagnosed through deep skin scrapings and hair plucks; only in rare cases it is necessary to use skin biopsies. Canine adult-onset demodicosis is often associated with an...

Author(s)
Ghibaudo, G.
Publisher
Point Vétérinaire Italie s.r.l., Milano, Italy
Citation
Summa, Animali da Compagnia, 2018, 35, 9, pp 32-36
AbstractFull Text

The aim of this study was to investigate the morphology of Demodex canis and Demodex sp. cornei found in six dogs with canine demodicosis. A deep skin scraping technique was used for Demodex mite detection. Measurement data of 52 adult D. canis mites (26 females, 25 males and one specimen whose sex ...

Author(s)
Moskvina, T. V.
Publisher
Fakultet Veterinarske Medicine, Univerziteta u Beogradu, Beograd, Serbia
Citation
Acta Veterinaria (Beograd), 2017, 67, 1, pp 82-91
Abstract

Demodex mites consitute a group of 140 known species and sub-species which reside in the hair follicles, sebacious or meibom-glands of mammals. Demodex mites are common inhabitants of the skin and due to unknown immune evasion mechanisms they usually do not have harmful effects on their hosts. In ...

Author(s)
Silbermayr, K.; Joachim, A.
Publisher
Terra-Verlag GmbH, Konstanz, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Umschau, 2014, 69, 4, pp 128-132
AbstractFull Text

Canine demodicosis is a common noncontagious parasitic dermatosis caused by different spp of Demodex mites including Demodex canis, Demodex injai and D. cornei. Generalized demodicosis can be one of the most frustrating skin diseases, one will ever treat. Conventional and newer miticidal therapies...

Author(s)
Singh, S. K.; Mritunjay Kumar; Jadhav, R. K.; Saxena, S. K.
Publisher
Veterinary World, Rajkot, India
Citation
Veterinary World, 2011, 4, 1, pp 41-44
Abstract

Mange mites are small mites belonging to the family Demodicidae (Prostigmata, Trombidiformes) and commonly parasitize mammalian skin. In addition to Demodex canis, dogs are parasitized by D. injai, which is longer than D. canis, and D. cornei nomen nudum, which is shorter. The genital foramen opens ...

Author(s)
Fukase, T.
Publisher
Buneido Publishing Company Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Japan, 2018, 71, 10, pp 727-730
Abstract

Demodecosis canina is one of the most important dog parasitoses, but its aetiology is still not well known. There are currently two known species of demodecid mite specific to the domestic dog Canis lupus familiaris Linnaeus, 1758 (Carnivora: Canidae). These are Demodex canis Leydig, 1859...

Author(s)
Izdebska, J. N.; Rolbiecki, L.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 2018, 32, 3, pp 346-357
Abstract

Canine demodicosis is a severe and highly prevalent dermatologic disease in dogs. Pet dogs can be affected by three recognized Demodex species that can produce clinical effects. In this paper, three morphological types of Demodex mites have been isolated from Spanish dogs. A complete...

Author(s)
Rojas, M. de; Riazzo, C.; Callejón, R.; Guevara, D.; Cutillas, C.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2012, 111, 5, pp 2165-2172
Abstract

Demodicosis is a common parasitic skin disease in dogs, and to date three forms of Demodex are recognized as parasitizing dogs. D. injai has been described as a potential cause of the canine disease, however there are few cases reported in literature in the specie, so this work aims to add new...

Author(s)
Cardia, A. S.; Rossi, C. N.; Oliveira, C. D. de
Publisher
Faculdade de Veterinaria, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói, Brazil
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Ciência Veterinária, 2019, 26, 1, pp 3-7

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