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E. Nováková, J. Kinčeková, K. Adamicová, J. Kompaníková, V. Švihrová, K. Šimeková, J. Krause, J. Pavlinová and E. Dvorožňáková

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Marija Trenkić Božinović, Branislav Tomašević, Simona Gabrielli, Suzana Otašević, Aleksandar Petrović, Gabriella Cancrini, Aleksandar Tasić and Milan Trenkić

. Molecular diagnosis of human dirofilariosis from paraffin-embeddednodules. In 2 nd European Dirofilaria days: 2009. Edited by Morchón R, Simón F, Montoya JA. Salamanca, Spain: Morchón R, Simón F, Montoya JA, Genchi C; 2009:98-216. 14. Cancrini G, Montoya MN, Prieto G, Bornay-Linares FJ. Current advances in experimental diagnosis of human and animal dirofilariosis. In: Heartworm infection in humans and animals, Simon F, Genchi C. 2001; Eds: 103-120. 15. Cancrini G, Prieto G, Favia G, Giannetto G, Tringali R, Pietrobelli M, Simoâ NF. Serological Assays On Eight Cases

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F. Ondriska, F. Forgáč, G. Hrčková, G. Pavlovičová, M. Miterpáková and V. Boldiš

[1] Argy, N., Sabou, M., Billing, A., Hermsdorff, Ch., Candolfi, E., Abou-bacar, A. (2011): A first human case of ocular dirofilariosis due to Dirofilaria repens in Northeastern France. J. Trop. Med., Article ID 698647, DOI: 10.1155/2011/698647 [2] Babál, P., Kobzová, D., Novák, I., Dubinský, P., Jalili, N. (2008): First case of cutaneous human dirofilariosis in Slovak Republic. Bratisl. Med. J., 109: 486–488 [3] Dam, T., Das, P. (2005): The importance of dirofilariasis in India

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M. Miterpáková, A. Iglódyová and Z. Hurníková

[1] Babál, P., Kobzová, D., Novák, I., Dubinský, P., Jalili, N. (2008). First case of cutaneous human dirofilariosis in Slovak Republic. Bratisl. Lek. Listy, 109: 486–488 [2] Genchi, C., Kramer, L.H., Rivasi, F. (2011). Dirofilarial infections in Europe. Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis., 11: 1307–1317. DOI: 10.1089/vbz.2010.0247. http://dx.doi.org/10.1089/vbz.2010.0247 [3] Hrčková, G., Kuchtová, H., Miterpáková, M., Ondriska, F., Cibíček, J., Kovacs, Š. (2012). Histological and molecular

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Z. Hurníková, M. Miterpáková and G. Zaleśny

is new about animal and human dirofilariosis? Trends Parasitol. , 25: 404 - 409. DOI: 10.1016/j.pt.2009.01.003 Starr, T.W., Mulley, R.C. (1988): Dirofilaria immitis in the Dingo (Canis familiaris dingo) in a Tropical Region of the Northern Territory, Australia. J. Wildl. Dis. , 24: 164 - 165 Střelková, L., Halgoš, J. (2012): Mosquitoes (Diptera, Culici-dae) of the Morava River floodplain, Slovakia. Centr. Eur. J. Biol. , 7: 917 - 926. DOI: 10.2478/s11535-012-0061-0 Svobodová. S., Svobodová, Z., Beladičová, V., Valentová, D. (2005): First case of canine

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Barbara Osińska, Aleksander W. Demiaszkiewicz, Anna M. Pyziel and Izabella Dolka

R., Wesołowska M., Gołąb E.: Human dirofilariosis in Poland: the first cases of autochtonous infections with Dirofilaria repens. Ann Agric Envir Med 2012, 3, 445-450. 4. Demiaszkiewicz A.W., Polańczyk G.: The first case of Dirofilaria repens invasion in a dog in Poland. Mag Wet 2010, 3, 254-256. 5. Demiaszkiewicz A.W., Polańczyk G., Osińska B., Pyziel A.M., Kuligowska I., Lachowicz J.: Morphometric characteristics of Dirofilaria repens Railliet et Henry, 1911 parasite of dogs in Poland. Wiad Parazytol 2011, 4, 253

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A. Masny, T. Lewin, R. Salamatin and E. Golab

, Dominguez Alpizar JL ( 2006 ) Discrimination between six species of canine microfilariae by a single polymerase chain reaction. Vet Parasitol 135: 303-314. Sapierzyński R, Fabisiak M, Sałamaszyńska A ( 2010 ) Several cases of dirofilariosis accidentally diagnosed in dogs from Poland, including two PCR positive Dirofilaria repens cases. Pol J Vet Sci 13: 545-547. Simón F, Morchón R, Gonzhlez-Miguel J, Marcos-Atxutegi C, Siles-Lucas M ( 2009 ) What is new about animal and human dirofilariosis? Trends Parasitol 25: 404

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O. Jacsó, M. Mándoki, G. Majoros, M. Pétsch, M. Mortarino, C. Genchi and É. Fok

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M. Miterpáková, D. Antolová, Z. Hurníková and P. Dubinský

. Vesuvius area of southern Italy. Vet. Parasitol., 102: 243–252 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0304-4017(01)00529-5 [4] Dobešová, R., Svobodová, Z., Svobodová, V. (2007): Dirofilariosis in dogs-the actual situation in the Czech Republic. In Genchi, C., Rinaldi, L., Cringoli, G. (Eds.): Mappe Parassitologie — Dirofilaria immitis and Dirofilaria repens in dog and cat and human infection, 8:198 [5] Fortin, J. F., Slocombe, J. O. D. (1981): Temperature requirements for the development of Dirofilaria immitis in Aedes triseriatus

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Z. Svobodová, V. Svobodová, C. Genchi and P. Forejtek

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