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Molecular studies on scabies, a disease of considerable human and veterinary significance, have been limited because of the difficulty of obtaining the causative organism Sarcoptes scabiei, the "itch(More)
Sulfadoxine is predominantly used in combination with pyrimethamine, commonly known as Fansidar, for the treatment of Plasmodium falciparum. This combination is usually less effective against(More)
The astigmatid mite Sarcoptes scabiei is the causative agent of scabies, a highly infectious parasitic disease of the skin. Although the mite causes marked hypersensitivity reactions, particularly in(More)