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New insights into the taxonomy of the skittering frog Euphlyctis cyanophlyctis complex (Schneider, 1799) (Amphibia: Dicroglossidae) based on mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene sequences in southern Asia
The Skittering frog ( Euphlyctis cyanophlyctis ) is considered to be a species complex distributed in southern and southeastern Asia. Genetic diversity and taxonomic status of populations acrossExpand
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Molecular Survey of Tularemia and Plague in Small Mammals From Iran
Introduction: Plague and tularemia are zoonoses and their causative bacteria are circulating in certain regions of Iran. This study was conducted to investigate potential disease reservoirs amongstExpand
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Intestinal Helminths in Different Species of Rodents in North Khorasan Province, Northeast of Iran
Background: Rodents are an important source of zoonotic diseases for human. The aim of this study was to determine the infectivity of rodents with intestinal helminths in North Khorasan Province,Expand
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A Field Study of Plague and Tularemia in Rodents, Western Iran.
INTRODUCTION Kurdistan Province in Iran is a historical focus for plague and tularemia. This study aimed at assessing the current status of these two foci by studying their rodent reservoirs. Expand
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Cytogenetic characterization of 23 species of rodents from Iran
Cytogenetic approaches are used in systematic studies implying differences between species and variation between populations. In this study, morphology of chromosomes and chromosome number of 210Expand
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Faunistic Study of the Rodents of North Khorasan Province, North East of Iran, 2011–2013
Background: Rodents are one of the most important hosts for some zoonotic diseases and also act as a reservoir of some ectoparasites and endoparasites. They cause damage to the farms and inflictExpand
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Faunistic and taxonomic study of Rodents from northwestern Iran
The northwest Iran comprises parts of two major biodiversity hotspots; Irano-Anatoli and Caucasus. It is a mountainous transition realm between Caucasus forest in the north, Pontic forest of TurkeyExpand
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Phylogenetic Relationships of Apodemus Kaup, 1829 (Rodentia: Muridae) Species in the Eastern Mediterranean Inferred from Mitochondrial DNA, with Emphasis on Iranian Species
Wood mice of the genus Apodemus are widely distributed in Eurasia, with the Eastern Mediterranean being considered as a hotspot. Indeed, numerous species have been documented in Iran, including A.Expand
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Serological survey of leptospirosis in rodent of North Khorasan Province, Northeast of Iran
Background & Objectives: Leptospirosis is a reemerging neglected zoonotic diseases caused by leptospires, belonged to the species of Interrogans which containing over 250 serovars. Rodents can act asExpand
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