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Blastocystis genus exist in a wide variety of hosts, including humans, birds, insects, annelids, amphibians, fish, and mammals. PCR-based molecular diagnostic methods have been successfully used to detect Blastocystis spp. in feces, and small subunit ribosomal ribonucleic acid (SSU rRNA) gene-based ...

Author(s)
Aynur, Z. E.; Güçlü, Ö.; Yıldız, I.; Aynur, H.; Ertabaklar, H.; Bozdoğan, B.; Ertuğ, S.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2019, 118, 3, pp 1055-1059
Abstract

The objective of this study was to identify the presence of Neospora caninum by polymerase chain reaction (PCR), in brain, myocardium and liver (150 organs) obtained from 50 free-range chickens (Gallus domesticus) that coexisted with bovines and dogs in Central Mexico. N. caninum DNA was detected...

Author(s)
Romero, D. G.; Sánchez, G. F. D.; Morales, S. E.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology: Regional Studies and Reports, 2016, 5, pp 31-33
Abstract

Background: Different mosquito-borne pathogens are circulating in Iran including Sindbis virus, West Nile virus, filarioid worms and malaria parasites. However, the local transmission cycles of these pathogenic agents are poorly understood, especially because ecological data on vector species are...

Author(s)
Shahhosseini, N.; Friedrich, J.; Moosa-Kazemi, S. H.; Sedaghat, M. M.; Kayedi, M. H.; Tannich, E.; Schmidt-Chanasit, J.; Lühken, R.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Parasites and Vectors, 2018, 11, 669, pp (27 December 2018)
Abstract

After extensive review of the literature, experimental studies were performed in the main livestock species (cattle, small ruminants, pigs, horses and poultry) to address the main knowledge gaps considering (1) the relationship between detection of antibodies and presence of T. gondii, (2) the...

Author(s)
Opsteegh, M.; Schares, G.; Blaga, R.; Giessen, J. van der
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
EFSA Supporting Publications, 2016, 13, 2, pp EN-995
Abstract

Molecular epidemiology of cryptosporidiosis is an active research area in China. The use of genotyping and subtyping tools in prevalence studies has led to the identification of unique characteristics of Cryptosporidium infections in humans and animals. Human cryptosporidiosis in China is...

Author(s)
Feng YaoYu; Xiao LiHua
Publisher
Frontiers Media S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland
Citation
Frontiers in Microbiology, 2017, 8, September, pp 1701
Abstract

An average of 70 samples were collected from 80 dairy farms in England and Wales, from cattle, co-grazed sheep, wildlife and farm wastes, to investigate prevalence, potential sources and transmission routes of Cryptosporidium. At least one positive sample was detected on 74 of the farms (92.5%) by...

Author(s)
Smith, R. P.; Clifton-Hadley, F. A.; Cheney, T.; Giles, M.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2014, 204, 3/4, pp 111-119
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Identification of the bloodmeal sources of phlebotomine sand flies is fundamental to determining which species are anthropophilic and understanding the transmission of Leishmania parasites in natural epidemiological settings. The objective of this study was to identify sand fly bloodmeals in the...

Author(s)
Paternina, L. E.; Verbel-Vergara, D.; Romero-Ricardo, L.; Pérez-Doria, A.; Paternina-Gómez, M.; Martínez, L.; Bejarano, E. E.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Acta Tropica, 2016, 153, pp 86-92
Abstract

The OIE Terrestrial Animal Health Code sets out standards for the improvement of terrestrial animal health and welfare and veterinary public health worldwide, and for safe international trade in terrestrial animals (mammals, birds and bees) and their products. This book is divided into two volumes, ...

Publisher
OIE (World Organisation for Animal Health), Paris, France
Citation
Terrestrial animal health code. Volume 1. General Provisions. Volume 2. Recommendations applicable to OIE listed diseases and other diseases of importance to international trade, 2015, Ed.24, pp 693 pp.
Abstract

This manual aims to contribute to the international harmonization of methods for the surveillance and control of the most important animal diseases as well as the certification for international trade of animals and animal products. The standards for laboratory diagnostic tests and production and...

Publisher
OIE (World Organisation for Animal Health), Paris, France
Citation
Manual of diagnostic tests and vaccines for terrestrial animals (mammals, birds and bees), Volume 1, 2012, Ed. 7, pp 818 pp.
Abstract

This volume of the 2014 edition of Terrestrial Animal Health Code focus on updated information regarding OIE listed diseases. Standards for the improvement of terrestrial animal health and welfare and veterinary public health worldwide are presented, including standards for safe international trade ...

Publisher
OIE (World Organisation for Animal Health), Paris, France
Citation
Terrestrial animal health code, Volume II: recommendations applicable to OIE listed diseases and other diseases of importance to international trade, 2014, Ed. 23, pp 668 pp.

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