Ranjana Sahu

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Helminths include both parasitic nematodes (roundworms) and platyhelminths (trematode and cestode flatworms) that are abundant, and are of clinical importance. The genetic characterization of parasitic flatworms using advanced molecular tools is central to the diagnosis and control of infections. Although the nuclear genome houses suitable genetic markers(More)
Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) represent the most common infections that mainly affect the poorest of the poor people living in tropical and subtropical countries. Food-borne trematodiases (FBTs) constitute an important group of NTDs caused by digenetic trematodes, which include the lung, liver and intestinal flukes. At least 56 million people are(More)
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