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Electron microscopical study of spermatozoa of the cestode Dilepis undula (Cyclophyllidea, Dilepididae).
Electron Microscopical Study of Spermatozoa of the Cestode Dilepis undula (Cyclophyllidea, Dilepididae). Swiderski Z., Salamatin R. V., Tkach V. V. – The fine structure of spermatozoon of theExpand
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Hymenolepis diminuta: analysis of the expression of Toll-like receptor genes (TLR2 and TLR4) in the small and large intestines of rats.
Toll receptors play a critical role in the rapid activation of innate immune responses to a variety of pathogens. In mammals, Toll-like receptors (TLR) have been found in both immune related cellsExpand
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Vector-borne helminths of dogs and humans – focus on central and eastern parts of Europe
Comments on the article “Vector-borne helminths of dogs and humans in Europe” published in Parasites and Vectors 2013, 6:16.
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Human dirofilariosis in Poland: the first cases of autochthonous infections with Dirofilaria repens.
Dirofilaria (Nochtiella) repens Railliet et Henry, 1911 (Nematoda: Onchocercidae) is a subcutaneous parasite of dogs and other carnivorous animals, with human acting as incidental hosts. D. repensExpand
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Mass spectrometry analysis of the excretory-secretory (E-S) products of the model cestode Hymenolepis diminuta reveals their immunogenic properties and the presence of new E-S proteins in cestodes
Hymenolepis diminuta is an important model species in studies of therapeutics, biochemical processes, immune responses and other aspects of cestodiasis. The parasite produces numerousExpand
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Identification of immunogenic proteins of the cysticercoid of Hymenolepis diminuta
BackgroundA wide range of molecules are used by tapeworm metacestodes to establish successful infection in the hostile environment of the host. Reports indicating the proteins in the cestode-hostExpand
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Sparganosis (Spirometra) in Europe in the molecular era.
Sparganosis is a relatively neglected food- and waterborne disease caused by species of the tapeworm genus Spirometra the global distribution of which has not been sufficiently recognised. KnownExpand
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Cystic echinococcosis in Poland: genetic variability and the first record of Echinococcus granulosus sensu stricto (G1 genotype) in the country
Cystic echinococcosis is one of the most important zoonotic diseases affecting humans and livestock worldwide, and is endemic in Poland. A set of six isolates on larval stages of EchinococcusExpand
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Onchocerca jakutensis ocular infection in Poland: a new vector-borne human health risk?
Zoonotic onchocerciasis is a vector-borne disease, which involves many animal species, including large ungulates, boars, dogs, and sporadically, humans. So far, 39 cases of zoonotic onchocerciasisExpand
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