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Nematode parasites of the two limbless lizards: Turkish worm lizard, Blanus strauchi (Bedriaga, 1884) (Squamata: Amphisbaenidae), and slow worm, Anguis fragilis Linnaeus 1758 (Squamata: Anguidae), from Turkey

[4] Borkovcová, M., J. Kopřiva. (2005): Parasitic helminths of reptiles (Reptilia) South Moravia (Czech Republic). Parasitol. Res., 96: 77–78 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00436-004-1258-6 [5] Buchvarov, G. K. (1977): Catalogue des Helminthes des Amphibies en Bulgarie, Universite de Plovdiv „P Hilendarski,“ Plovdiv, Bulgaria. 53 pp. (In Bulgarian) [6] Düşen S., Öz, M. (2004): Helminth parasites of the tree frog, Hyla arborea (Linnaeus, 1758) (Anura: Hylidae) from Southwest Turkey. Comp. Parasitol., 71(2): 258

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Evidence of Troglotrema acutum and Skrjabingylus sp. coinfection in a polecat from Lower Austria

References Demuth, J., Hromada, M., Krawczyk, A.J., Malecha, A.W., Tobolka, M., Tryjanowski, P. (2009): Cranial lesions caused by helminth parasites and morphological traits in the European Polecat Mustela putorius. Helminthologia , 46: 85 - 89. DOI: 10.2478/S11687-009-0017-8 Folmer, O., Black, W., Hoeh, W., Lutz, R., Vrijenhoeck, R. (1994): DNA Primers for amplification of mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I from diverse metazoan invertebrates. Mol. Mar. Biol. Biotech , 3: 294 - 299 Gerard, Z., Barrat, J. (1986): Parasitisme de mustelides

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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.)

] Choquette, L.P.E., Gibson, G.G., Kuyt, E., Pearson, A.M. (1973): Helminths of wolves, Canis lupus L., in the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Can. J. Zool., 51: 1087–1091 http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/z73-158 [5] Craig, H. L., Craig, P. S. (2005): Helminth parasites of wolves (Canis lupus): a species list and analysis of published prevalence studies in Nearctic and Palearctic populations. J. Helminthol., 79: 95–103 http://dx.doi.org/10.1079/JOH2005282 [6] Domínguez, G., De la Torre, J. A. (2002): Aportaciones al conocimiento

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Occurrence of acanthocephalans in the Eurasian otter Lutra lutra (L.) (Carnivora, Mustelidae) in Bulgaria, with a survey of acanthocephalans recorded from this host species

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First evidence of Paraheligmonina gracilis and Hymenolepis sulcata among fat dormice (Glis glis L.) from Croatia

University of Zagreb, Zagreb (in Croatian) [10] Genov, T. (1984): Helminths of insectivorous mammals and rodents in Bulgaria. Publ. House of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia (in Bulgarian) [11] Gigirey, A., Rey, J. M. (1998): Autumn diet of the edible dormouse in Galicia, northwest Spain. Acta Theriol., 43: 325–328 [12] Grubešić, M., Radović, J. (1996): The dormice hunting, a traditional custom in Croatia versus dormice protection. In Tvrtković, N., Baltić, M. (Eds): Book of Abstracts

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Endoparasites of red fox (Vulpes vulpes) in the Slovak Republic with the emphasis on zoonotic species Echinococcus multilocularis and Trichinella spp.

[1] Borgsteede, F. H. M. (1984): Helminth parasites of wild foxes (Vulpes vulpes L.) in the Netherlands. Parasitol. Res., 70: 281–285 [2] Cabaj, W., Pozio, E., Moskwa, B., Malczewski, A. (2000): Trichinella britovi and T. spiralis in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in Poland. Acta Parasitol., 45: 340–344 [3] Borecka, A., Gawor, J., Malczewska, M., Maleczewski, A. (2008): Occurrence of Echinococcus multilocularis in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in southern Poland. Helminthologia, 45: 24–27 http

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Preliminary studies on the zoonotic importance of rodents as a reservoir of toxocariasis from recreation grounds in Wroclaw (Poland)

[1] Abu-Madi, M. A., Behnke, J. M., Lewis, J. W., Gilbert, F. S. (2000): Seasonal and site specific variation in the component community structure of intestinal helminths in Apodemus sylvaticus from three contrasting habitats in South-East England. J. Helminth., 74: 7–15 [2] Antolová, D., Reiterová, K., Miterpaková, M., Stanko, M., Dubinský, P. (2004): Circulation of Toxocara spp. in suburban and rural ecosystems in the Slovak Republic. Vet. Parasit., 126, 317–324 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vetpar.2004

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

covered approximately 6 km 2 with a fox density of 0.9-6 foxes/1km 2 /year; average animal body weight was 5.5 kg (from 2.96 to 8.32 kg). During necropsy, the small intestine was isolated and wrapped in plastic bags and frozen at -80°C until examination (app. one month) in order to inactivate the infective material. In order to detect intestinal helminths, a direct detection method was implemented using intestinal scraping or sedimentation techniques (ITS) ( Tackmann et al ., 2006 ). Helminths were identified according to size and morphology using two microscopes

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Inhibition of Filarial Glutathione-S-transferase by various classes of compounds and their evaluation as novel antifilarial agents

[1] Armstrong, R. N. (1997): Structure, catalytic mechanism and evolution of the glutathione-S-transferase(s). Chem. Res. Toxicol., 10: 2–18 http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/tx960072x [2] Brophy, P. M., Barrett, J. (1990): Glutathione-S-transferase in helminths. Parasitol., 100: 345–349 http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0031182000061369 [3] Brophy, P. M., Campbell, A. M., Van Eldick, A. J., Teesdale-spittle, P. H., Liebau, E., Wang, M. F. (2000): β-Carbonyl substituted glutathione conjugates as

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Helminthofauna of Pelophylax kl. esculentus (Linne, 1758) from Petrovaradinski Rit Marsh (Serbia)

) [7] Grabda-Kazupska, B. (1969): Studies on abbreviation of the life cycle in Opisthioglyphe ranae (Frolich, 1791) and O. rastellus (Olsson, 1876) (Trematoda: Plagiorhiidae), Acta. Parasitol. Polonica, 16(27) [8] Grabda-Kazupska, B. (1980): Observations of the life cycle of Diplodiscus subclavatus (Pallas, 1760) (Trematoda: Diplodiscidae). Acta Parasitol. Polonica, 27(30): 261–271 [9] Hristovski, N. D., Lees, E. (1973): The helminth fauna of Rana temporaria in relation to the that of Europe generally. Acta

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