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Background: The freshwater snail Indoplanorbis exustus is found across India, Southeast Asia, central Asia (Afghanistan), Arabia and Africa. Indoplanorbis is of economic importance in that it is responsible for the transmission of several species of the genus Schistosoma which infect cattle and...

Author(s)
Liu LiAng; Mondal, M. M. H.; Idris, M. A.; Lokman, H. S.; Rajapakse, R. P. V. J.; Satrija, F.; Diaz, J. L.; Upatham, E. S.; Attwood, S. W.
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BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
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Parasites and Vectors, 2010, 3, 57, pp (5 July 2010)
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Zhang YuQi; Wang WenLiang; Wang ZhengCai (et al.)
Citation
Chinese Journal of Parasitology & Parasitic Diseases, 1997, 15, 2, pp 83
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A field study was conducted using recombinant 26-kDa glutathione-S-transferase (reSjc26GST) from Schistosoma japonicum as a vaccine candidate in Bos buffelus [?] to investigate the protection induced and to evaluate its effectiveness for the control of schistosomiasis japonica. Two villages were...

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He YongKang; Liu ShuXian; Luo XinSong (et al. )
Publisher
Editorial Committee of Chinese Journal of Zoonoses, Health and Anti-epidemic Station of Fujian Province, Fuzhou, China
Citation
Chinese Journal of Zoonoses, 2002, 18, 2, pp 87-90
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The endemic region for fascioliasis between Lake Titicaca and the valley of La Paz, Bolivia, at 3800-4100 m altitude, presents the highest prevalences and intensities recorded for human infection with Fasciola hepatica. Large geographical studies involving Lymnaea truncatula snails (malacological,...

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Mas-Coma, S.; Anglés, R.; Esteban, J. G.; Bargues, M. D.; Buchon, P.; Franken, M.; Strauss, W.
Citation
Tropical Medicine and International Health, 1999, 4, 6, pp 454-467
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A 4-year epidemiological survey of schistosomiasis in a village in a marshland area of Jiangsu, China, found that both cattle and people were infected and that cattle were the main source of infection. The density of infected snails was very high and it was common for residents to have contact with ...

Author(s)
Hong QingBiao; Gao ZhiHui; Xu GuoKun; Pan TaiXinag; Liang XiangJun; Zhang Ke; Ding YouJie; Cao Qi; Wu ZhongXing
Citation
Chinese Journal of Schistosomiasis Control, 1997, 9, 4, pp 206-209
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A schistosomiasis control strategy was developed for lake regions in Hubei Province, China. A retrospective study was made of the effects of crop rotation (Dong Dayuan and Guan Zhuangyuan farms) and chemotherapy (Di Hu farm) from 1980 to 1995. Comparison of the results from 1995 with those from...

Author(s)
Wang WenLiang; Fang TianQi; Pan DaZhong; Cai ZongDa; Tian ZuHong; Shu BangXun
Citation
Chinese Journal of Parasitology & Parasitic Diseases, 1997, 15, 6, pp 405-409
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Fasciola hepatica is present throughout almost all of Argentina, where it primarily affects cattle and sheep but also, to a lesser extent, goats, horses and man. The intermediate snail host is Lymnaea viatrix which inhabits slow-moving rivers and ponds. The morphology, life cycle, pathology (of...

Author(s)
Toll Vera, J. R.; Gamboa, D. E.; Cruz, M. L.
Citation
Avance Agroindustrial, 1995, 16, 62, pp 18-21

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