The taruca (Hippocamelus antisensis) and the red brocket deer (Mazama americana) as intermediate hosts of Taenia hydatigena in Peru, morphological and molecular evidence.

@article{GomezPuerta2015TheT,
  title={The taruca (Hippocamelus antisensis) and the red brocket deer (Mazama americana) as intermediate hosts of Taenia hydatigena in Peru, morphological and molecular evidence.},
  author={Luis A. Gomez-Puerta and Joel I Pacheco and Omar Antonio Gonzales-Viera and Maria Teresa Lopez-Urbina and Armando Emiliano Gonzalez},
  journal={Veterinary parasitology},
  year={2015},
  volume={212 3-4},
  pages={
          465-8
        }
}
In the present report metacestodes were collected from the mesentery of a taruca (Hippocamelus antisensis) and from the omentum of a red brocket deer (Mazama americana) in Peru. Various metacestodes parameters, including rostellar hook characteristics, were measured. Molecular analysis was performed to amplify the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1 gene from metacestode isolates. Metacestodes were identified as T. hydatigena by morphology and molecular methods. This constitutes the… Expand
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