Anisakid Nematode (Ascaridoidea) Life Cycles and Distribution: Increasing Zoonotic Potential in the Time of Climate Change?

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Parasitic nematodes are known as important pathogens that cause problems for human and animal health. Some of them naturally inhabit the marine environment, where they are widespread and can be found in a variety of different hosts. Food-borne zoonoses via aquatic animals are most often linked to anisakid nematodes of the genera Anisakis Dujardin, 1845… (More)

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