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This extensive review of paramphistomiasis begins by listing the main pathogenic species from Asia, Australasia, E. Europe and the Mediterranean countries. The species which have been most studied are P. microbothrium in Africa and Israel, P. ichikawai in Australia and Cotylophoron cotylophorum in...

Horak, I. G.
Adv. Parasit., 1971, 9, pp 33-72

Mast cells and their association with other inflammatory cells were studied using immunohistology in 5 animal species of Onchocerca (O. gutturosa, O. ochengi and O. gibsoni from cattle in Uganda, Cameroon and Queensland, Australia, respectively, and O. tarsicola and O. flexuosa from deer in...

Wildenburg, G.; Plenge-Bönig, A.; Renz, A.; Fischer, P.; Büttner, D. W.
Parasitology Research, 1997, 83, 2, pp 109-120

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