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Detection of classic and cryptic Strongyloides genotypes by deep amplicon sequencing: A preliminary survey of dog and human specimens collected from remote Australian communities
Strongyloidiasis is caused by the human infective nematodes Strongyloides stercoralis, Strongyloides fuelleborni subsp. fuelleborni and Strongyloides fuelleborni subsp. kellyi. The zoonotic potentialExpand
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Strongyloidiasis: A Disease of Socioeconomic Disadvantage
Strongyloidiasis is a disease caused by soil transmitted helminths of the Strongyloides genus. Currently, it is predominately described as a neglected tropical disease. However, this description isExpand
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Argument for Inclusion of Strongyloidiasis in the Australian National Notifiable Disease List
Strongyloidiasis is an infection caused by the helminth, Strongyloides stercoralis. Up to 370 million people are infected with the parasite globally, and it has remained endemic in the IndigenousExpand
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Advocating for both Environmental and Clinical Approaches to Control Human Strongyloidiasis
Strongyloidiasis is an underestimated disease caused by the soil-transmitted parasite of the genus Strongyloides. It is prevalent in socioeconomically disadvantaged communities and it is estimatedExpand
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Mass drug administration for the prevention human strongyloidiasis should consider concomitant treatment of dogs
Strongyloides stercoralis is the causative agent of strongyloidiasis, which affects more than 300 million people worldwide [1]. Canine strongyloidiasis is also caused by the same species, S.Expand
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Detection of classic and cryptic Strongyloides genotypes by deep amplicon sequencing: A preliminary survey of dog and human specimens collected from remote Australian communities
Strongyloidiasis is caused by the human infective nematodes Strongyloides stercoralis, Strongyloides fuelleborni subsp. fuelleborni and Strongyloides fuelleborni subsp. kellyi. The zoonotic potentialExpand
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Validation of DESS as a DNA Preservation Method for the Detection of Strongyloides spp. in Canine Feces
Strongyloides stercoralis is a gastrointestinal parasitic nematode with a life cycle that includes free-living and parasitic forms. For both clinical (diagnostic) and environmental evaluation, it isExpand
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Opportunistic Mapping of Strongyloides stercoralis and Hookworm in Dogs in Remote Australian Communities
Both Strongyloides stercoralis and hookworms are common soil-transmitted helminths in remote Australian communities. In addition to infecting humans, S. stercoralis and some species of hookwormsExpand