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Food-borne parasitic zoonoses : fish and plant-borne parasites

@inproceedings{Fried2007FoodbornePZ,
  title={Food-borne parasitic zoonoses : fish and plant-borne parasites},
  author={Bernard Fried},
  year={2007}
}
Fish- and Invertebrate-Borne Parasites.- Liver Flukes.- Intestinal Flukes.- Paragonimiasis.- Diphyllobothriasis: The Diphyllobothrium latumHuman Infection Conundrum and Reconciliation with a Worldwide Zoonosis.- Anisakid Nematodes and Anisakiasis.- Capillariasis.- Gnathostomiasis.- Angiostrongyliasis.- Plant-Borne Parasites.- Plant-Borne Trematode Zoonoses: Fascioliasis and Fasciolopsiasis.- General Aspects of Infection.- Immunology of the Infection.- Molecular Epidemiology of Food-Borne… 
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