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Intestinal parasitic fauna and zoonotic potentials of commonly consumed wildlife

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Body Condition Scoring and Obesity in Captive African Side-Neck Turtles (Pelomedusidae)

., Schleicher A., Siro-ky P., Stuckas H., Vargas-Ramirez M., Vences M., Hundsdorfer A.K. (2011). Molecular phylogeny of African hinged and helmeted terrapins ( Testudines: Pelomedusidae: Pelusios and Pelomedusa ). Zool. Scr., 40: 115–125. German A.J. (2006). The growing problem of obesity in dogs and cats. J. Nutr., 136: 1940–1946. Hailey A. (2000). Assessing body mass condition in the tortoise Testudo hermanni . Herpetol. J., 10: 57–61. Hand M.S., Thatcher C.D., Reimillard R.L., Roudebush P., Morris M.L., Novot-ny B.J. (2000). Editors. Small animal clinical

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Diagnosis of Oesophagostomum columbianum infection in goat by indirect enzyme linked immunosorbent assay

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The first record of Spirocerca lupi (Rudolphi, 1809) (Spirocercidae, Nematoda) from Poland based on faecal analysis of wolf (Canis lupus L.)

epidemiologic characteristics. Vet. Parasitol., 107: 235–250 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0304-4017(02)00118-8 [15] Minnaar, W. N., Krecek, R. C. (2001): Helminths in dogs belonging to people in a resource-limited urban community in Gauteng, South Africa. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Res., 68: 111–117 [16] Minnaar, W. N., Krecek, R. C., Fourie, L. J. (2002): Helminths in dogs from a peri-urban resource-limited community in Free State Province, South Africa. Vet. Parasitol., 107: 343–349 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0304

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Wild carnivores as source of zoonotic helminths in north-eastern Italy

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Unusual localizations of human hydatid disease in Hamedan province, west of Iran

, V. C., Kirloskar, M. S. (1986): Hydatid disease of urinary bladder (a case report). J. Postgrad. Med., 32: 46B–48B [15] Eslami, A., Hosseini, S. H. (1998): Echinococcus granulosus infection of farm dogs of Iran. Parasitol. Res., 84:205–207 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s004360050383 [16] Fallah, M., Taherkhani, H., Sadjjadi, S. M. (1995): Echinococcosis in stray dogs in Hamedan, west of Iran. Iranian J. Med. Sci., 29: 170–172 [17] Farrokh, D., Hashemi, J. B., Zandi, B. (2007): Primary

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Parasites with possible zoonotic potential in the small intestines of red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) from Northwest Bohemia (CzR)

Uncinaria stenocephala , Mesocestoides spp. and Taenia spp. tapeworms) or ectoparasites, such as fleas, ticks and mites (Kočišová et al ., 2006) of red foxes, can cause numerous health problems in humans and domesticated animals (mainly dogs). Zoonotic roundworms (mainly T. canis ) are not only present in their definitive hosts but also frequently occur in other animal species ( Reiterová et al ., 2013 ), including humans. In these paratenic hosts, larvae do not develop into the adult stage, but rather migrate throughout the tissues and remain there as L3

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Respiratory and cardiopulmonary nematode species of foxes and jackals in Serbia

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Effect of low temperatures on the infectivity of Toxocara cati larvae parasitized in mouse tissues

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Genetic Differentiation of Common Fox Vulpes Vulpes (Linnaeus, 1758) on the Basis of the Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1 (Igf1), Myosin-Xv (Myo15a) and Paired Box Homeotic 3 (Pax3) Genes Fragments Polymorphism

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