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Characterization of host-parasite interactions during the experimental Trichinella spiralis infection in pigs

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Differential sensitivity of myeloid and lymphoid cell populations to apoptosis in peritoneal cavity of mice with model larval Mesocestoides vogae infection

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Determining Influence of Culture Media and Dose-Dependent Supplementation with Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor on the Ex Vivo Proliferative Activity of Domestic Cat Dermal Fibroblasts in Terms of Their Suitability for Cell Banking and Somatic Cell Cloning of Felids

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Diabetes Mellitus in Cats Relevant to Human Type 2 Diabetes – Current Knowledge and New Treatment Strategies – A Review

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The anti-parasitic effect of probiotic bacteria via limiting the fecundity of Trichinella spiralis female adults

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In vivo inhibition of inducible nitric oxide synthase by aminoguanidine influences free radicals production and macrophage activity in Trichinella spiralis infected low responders (C57BL/6) and high responders (BALB/c) mice

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Parasites of edible land snails in Edo State, Nigeria

( Morassutti et al ., 2014 ). Alaria parasites were isolated from some of the snails. The definitive host of Alaria fluke are dogs and cats, while the known intermediate hosts are fresh water snails (helisomid) and frogs. In helisomid snails, sporocyst develop into cercariae ( Nithiuthai et al ., 2004 ) and then released to actively penetrate the second intermediate host (tadpoles) which then develop to infective mesocercariae. Mesocercariae accumulate and may be ingested by a number of paratenic hosts (e.g., other frogs, snakes) or directly by the definitive host

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The Utilization of Full-Fat Insect Meal in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Nutrition: The Effects on Growth Performance, Intestinal Microbiota and Gastrointestinal Tract Histomorphology

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Phagocytosis in Mesocestoides vogae-induced peritoneal monocytes/macrophages via opsonin-dependent or independent pathways

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