Development and optimization of cocktail-ELISA for a unified surveillance of zoonotic schistosomiasis in multiple host species

@article{Moendeg2015DevelopmentAO,
  title={Development and optimization of cocktail-ELISA for a unified surveillance of zoonotic schistosomiasis in multiple host species},
  author={Kharleezelle J. Moendeg and Jose Ma. Moncada Angeles and Yasuyuki Goto and Lydia R. Leonardo and Masashi Kirinoki and Elena Andino Villacorte and Pilarita T. Rivera and Noboru Inoue and Yuichi Chigusa and Shin-ichiro Kawazu},
  journal={Parasitology Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={114},
  pages={1225-1228}
}
The zoonotic characteristic of the human parasite Schistosoma japonicum infecting a significant number of wild and domestic animals highlights the need to develop a unified surveillance in multiple host species for a strengthened schistosomiasis control. It has been shown in several studies that water buffaloes and dogs are considered important reservoirs in the transmission of the schistosome parasite to humans. Recombinant antigens like thioredoxin peroxidase-1 (SjTPx-1) and tandem repeat… CONTINUE READING
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