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Helminthologia (HELMIN), published continuously since 1959, is the only journal in Europe that encompasses the individual and collaborative efforts of scientists working on a different topics of human, veterinary and plant helminthology. The journal responsibility is to enrich the theoretical and practical knowledge in very specific areas and thus contribute to the advancements in human and veterinary medicine and agronomy. Taking the advantage of comprehensive and multidisciplinary approaches journal still maintains its original spirit and is principal source of fresh scientific information regarding helminths, endoparasites and plant parasites. Addressing the most up-to date topics journal gained rightful and exceptional place next to the other high-quality scientific journals publishing in its field.
Helminths and endoparasites in man and animals
Plant parasites of health and veterinary importance
Taxonomy, systematics, morphology and ultrastructure
Host responses against infections
Epidemiology and diagnostics
Anthelmintic resistance, pharmacology and treatment
Ecology and environment
Original Research Articles, Reviews and Mini Reviews, Case Reports, Research Notes, Book Reviews, Letters to Editors, Editorial
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HELMINTHOLOGIA is a scientific journal of the Slovak Academy of Sciences published quarterly in English by Institute of Parasitology SAS, Slovak Republic. The journal is a medium for publication of original previously unpublished scientific papers from different fields of helminthology. The role of the journal is to enrich the theoretical basis of helminthology and to contribute to the advancement in human and veterinary medicine and agronomy.
Helminthologia was founded in 1959 and has been continuously published nowadays. More than five decades of journal history is reflected by its successful interdisciplinary publication records, providing a solid foundation for its steady growth in future.
We kindly invite you to publish original papers related to the helminth taxonomy, systematics, morphology and ultrastructure, genetics, molecular biology, epidemiology and diagnostics, anthelmintic resistance, pharmacology and treatment, ecology and environment and phytonematology. Reviews and minireviews are particularly welcome.
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Editor in Chief Jindřich ŠOLTYS (Institute of Parasitology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia)
Managing Editor Zuzana VASILKOVÁ (Institute of Parasitology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia)
Handling Editor Slavka BARĽÁKOVÁ (Institute of Parasitology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia)
Associate Editor Marta ŠPAKULOVÁ (Institute of Parasitology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia)
Editorial Advisory Board Chris Arme (University of Keele, UK) Herbert Auer (Medizinische Universität Wien, Austria) Pascal Boireau (Maisons-Alfort Laboratory for Animal Health, France) Władysław Cabaj (Witold Stefanski Institute of Parasitology of the PAS, Poland) David Bruce Conn (Berry College; Harvard University; U.S. Department of State, USA) Vasile Cozma (University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca, Romania) Thomas Cribb (University of Queensland, Australia) Lýdia Čisláková (P.J. Šafárik University, Slovakia) Emília Dvorožňáková (Institute of Parasitology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia) Serdar Düşen (Pamukkale University, Turkey) Róbert Farkas (Szent István University, Hungary) David I. Gibson (The Natural History Museum, UK) Bruno Gottstein (University of Berne, Switzerland) Celia Holland (University of Dublin, Ireland) Gabriela Hrčková (Institute of Parasitology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia) Liang Li (Hebei Normal University, P. R. China) Jean-Lou Justine (Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, France) Tetiana Kuzmina (Institute of Zoology NAS, Ukraine) Santiago Mas-Coma (Universita de Valencia, Spain) Simonetta Mattiucci (Sapienza - University of Rome, Italy) Heinz Mehlhorn (Heinrich Heine University, Germany) Martina Miterpáková (Institute of Parasitology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia) František Moravec (Institute of Parasitology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, CzR) Peter D. Olson (The Natural History Museum, UK) František Ondriska (HPL spol. s r.o. member of MEDIREX Group, Slovakia) Mikuláš Oros (Institute of Parasitology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia) Saulius Petkevicius (Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania) Steffen Rehbein (MERIAL GmbH, Katrinenhof Research Center, Germany) Marek Renčo (Institute of Parasitology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia) Alexis Ribas (University of Barcelona, Spain; Udon Thani Rajabhat University, Thailand) David Rollinson (The Natural History Museum, UK) Thomas Romig (Germany) Kensuke Taira (Azabu University, Japan) Nadezhda B. Terenina (Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, RAS, Russia) Vasyl V. Tkach (University of North Dakota, USA) Marián Várady (Institute of Parasitology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia) Vincenzo Veneziano (University of Naples, Italy) Nicola Vovlas (Institute for Sustainable Plant Protection, National Research Council, Italy) Matt Wayland (University of Cambridge, UK) Max R. Werneck (BW consultoria veterinária, Brazil)
Contact HELMINTHOLOGIA c/o Institute of Parasitology Slovak Academy of Sciences Hlinkova 3 040 01 Košice Slovakia