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Within the genus Taenia, three species are human parasites: T. solium, T. saginata and a new uncommon species, T. asiatica, described recently in Asia. T. saginata and T. solium live as adult tapeworms in human intestines, where they cause taeniasis. T. saginata is widely present worldwide, in all...

Author(s)
Bouteille, B.
Publisher
John Libbey Eurotext, Montrouge, France
Citation
Médecine et Santé Tropicales, 2014, 24, 4, pp 367-374
Abstract

Human taeniasis caused by Taenia saginata in eastern Asia has a distinctive epidemiological pattern and cysticercosis is more frequent in pigs than in cattle. To determine the taxonomic status of T. saginata in this region, field surveys, experimental infections, and morphological and immunological ...

Author(s)
Fan PingChin; Chung WenCheng
Citation
Chinese Journal of Microbiology and Immunology, 1998, 31, 2, pp 84-89
Abstract

An isolated focus of schistosomiasis covering an area of 2000 ha is confined in the northeastern part of Bohol Island, Philippines. An ambitious programme to eliminate schistosomiasis was initiated on the island in February 1986. The main control strategies are: (1) to control snails (Oncomelania...

Author(s)
Yasuraoka, K.; Blas, B. L.; Matsuda, H.; Irie, Y.; Nihei, N.; Ohmae, H.; Yokoi, H.; Hambre, R.; Pangilinan, R.; Autentico, C.; Tanaka, H.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Parasitology, 1996, 45, 5, pp 391-399
Abstract

Sixteen cross bred Landrace-Duroc-Hampshire pigs were inoculated per os with 25 000-90 000 eggs of Asian T. saginata (tentatively called T. saginata taiwanensis) which is known to infect humans by way of the internal organs of intermediate host animals. 2 further pigs were used as uninfected...

Author(s)
Eom, K. S.; Rim, H. J.; Geerts, S.
Citation
Korean Journal of Parasitology, 1992, 30, 4, pp 269-275
Abstract

This monograph reports on the geographical, topographical and climatic conditions of the desert area of Uzbekistan (USSR), on the helminth infection of livestock and some wild animals and of larval helminths in invertebrate intermediate hosts in the examination area, on the ecology and biology of...

Author(s)
Matchanov, N. M.; Dadaev, S.; Kabilov, T. K.; Siddikov, B. Kh.
Publisher
Tashkent, FAN, USSR
Citation
Gel'minty zhivotnykh pustynnykh biotsenozov Uzbekistana., 1989, pp 104 pp.
Abstract

Although people in East Asia eat more raw and/or uncooked meat and viscera of pigs than cattle, human T. saginata infection is more commonly reported than T. solium. In an attempt to understand this phenomenon, eggs of the T. saginata-like tapeworms from infected persons in Taiwan, Korea Republic,...

Author(s)
Fan, P. C.; Soh, C. T.; Kosin, E.
Citation
Yonsei Reports on Tropical Medicine, 1990, 21, pp 39-56

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