PCR-based assay for the mitochondrial cox1 specific amplification of Eucoleus böhmi.

  title={PCR-based assay for the mitochondrial cox1 specific amplification of Eucoleus b{\"o}hmi.},
  author={Angela di Cesare and Fabrizia Veronesi and Antonio Frangipane di Regalbono and Claudio De Liberato and Stefania Perrucci and Raffaella Iorio and Giulia Morganti and Marianna Marangi and Giulia Simonato and Donato Traversa},
  journal={Veterinary parasitology},
  volume={211 1-2},
Eucoleus böhmi (syn. Capillaria boehmi) is a trichuroid nematode affecting the epithelium of the nasal turbinates, frontal and paranasal sinuses of wild and domestic canids. Knowledge of the geographic distribution of nasal eucoleosis is fragmentary, despite the infection has been described from Europe and North America. Moreover, gaps exist in information available on the importance of the disease in canine clinical practice. The lack of knowledge on E. böhmi is likely due to limitations… CONTINUE READING
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