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A survey of helminth infection in rats (Rattus spp) from Chiang Mai Moat.
An investigation of helminths in the Norway (brown) rat, Rattus norvegicus, and roof rat, Rattus rattus, from Chiang Mai Moat during May to August 1995, was done. Thirty-three out of thirty-eightExpand
High prevalence of Haplorchis taichui metacercariae in cyprinoid fish from Chiang Mai Province, Thailand.
This study aimed to investigate Haplorchis taichui metacercarial infection in fish collected from the Chom Thong and Mae Taeng districts, Chiang Mai Province during November 2001 to October 2002. AExpand
A study of ectoparasites of Canis lupus familiaris in Mueang district, Khon Kaen, Thailand.
We studied ectoparasites found on Canis lupus familiaris sampled in five areas in Mueang district, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand. The prevalence of fleas and ticks as well as their density wereExpand
Ethnomedicinal plants used for digestive system disorders by the Karen of northern Thailand
BackgroundDigestive system disorders have a substantial effect on worldwide morbidity and mortality rates, including in Thailand, where the majority of the rural areas have a lack of properExpand
Epidemiology of cercarial stage of trematodes in freshwater snails from Chiang Mai province, Thailand.
OBJECTIVE To investigate the epidemiological situation of cercarial trematodes infection in freshwater snails from different water resources in Chiang Mai province, Thailand. METHODS The snailExpand
Molecular phylogeny of trematodes in Family Heterophyidae based on mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (mCOI).
OBJECTIVE To analyze a phylogenetic tree for understanding the molecular systematic of trematode in Family Heterophyidae, which are highly distributed in Thailand. METHODS Based on thirteenExpand
High annealing temperature-random amplified polymorphic DNA (HAT-RAPD) analysis of three paramphistome flukes from Thailand.
The rumen flukes of 37 cows (Bos indicus) from Chiang Mai and Lamphun provinces were investigated, and the overall prevalence of infection was 78.38% (29/37). Three species were found: ParamphistomumExpand
Molecular identification of larval trematode in intermediate hosts from Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Snail and fish intermediate hosts were collected from rice fields in 3 districts; Mueang, Mae Taeng and Mae Rim of Chiang Mai Province during April-July 2008. For identification of larval trematodeExpand
Metacercaria from freshwater fishes of Mae Sa stream, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Metacercaria from freshwater fishes of Mae Sa stream, Doi Suthep-Pui National Park. Chiang Mai Province were investigated between January 1997-December 1998, 3,133 fishes of 32 species wereExpand
Investigation of Stellantchasmus falcatus metacercariae in half-beaked fish, Dermogenus pusillus from four districts of Chiang Mai Province, Thailand.
Half-beaked fish, Dermogenus pusillus, collected from Mueang, Hang Dong, Doi Saket and Saraphi Districts, Chiang Mai Province, were examined for their infection status with Stellantchasmus falcatusExpand