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Genomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu Fevers
Food borne trematodes (FBTs) are an assemblage of platyhelminth parasites transmitted through the food chain, four of which are recognized as neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). Fascioliasis standsExpand
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Root associations in Austrocedrus forests and seasonal dynamics of arbuscular mycorrhizas
Abstract Despite the recognized importance of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi in forest ecosystems, their is little information about their occurrence in natural forest ecosystems of Patagonia.Expand
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Lachancea nothofagi sp. nov., a yeast associated with Nothofagus species in Patagonia, Argentina.
Six strains of a novel yeast species were isolated from Nothofagus species trees in native forests in Patagonia, Argentina. The strains were isolated from bark, fluxes and the ectomycorrhizosphericExpand
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Pleiotropic alterations in gene expression in Latin American Fasciola hepatica isolates with different susceptibility to drugs
BackgroundFasciola hepatica is the main agent of fasciolosis, a zoonotic disease affecting livestock worldwide, and an emerging food-borne disease in humans. Even when effective treatments areExpand
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The miRnome of Fasciola hepatica juveniles endorses the existence of a reduced set of highly divergent micro RNAs in parasitic flatworms.
The liver fluke Fasciola hepatica is a foodborne zoonotic parasite affecting livestock worldwide, with increasing relevance in human health. The first developmental stage that the host meets afterExpand
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Adaptive radiation of the flukes of the family Fasciolidae inferred from genome-wide comparisons of key species.
Liver and intestinal flukes of the family Fasciolidae cause zoonotic food-borne infections that impact both agriculture and human health throughout the world. Their evolutionary history and theExpand
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SU‐FF‐T‐557: The Use of General Anesthesia and Suspended Ventilation to Halt Respiratory Motion During Single‐Fraction Cone Beam Based Radiotherapy of a Liver Metastasis
Purpose: To determine the accuracy, with which a livertumor can be positioned for single‐fraction radiotherapy by using general anesthesia, controlled ventilation and apneic oxygenation. Methods andExpand