Vector-borne parasitic zoonoses: emerging scenarios and new perspectives.

  title={Vector-borne parasitic zoonoses: emerging scenarios and new perspectives.},
  author={Douglas D Colwell and Filipe Dantas-Torres and Domenico Otranto},
  journal={Veterinary parasitology},
  volume={182 1},
Changing climate is not the only driver for alterations in the dynamic interaction between arthropod vectors of zoonotic parasites and their hosts, including humans. A suite of other factors ranging from urbanization and deforestation to changing demographics in both developing and developed countries, the impact of the recent economic crisis, increased global movement of people and animals and follow-on effects of major catastrophes. This article reviews the most important vector-borne… CONTINUE READING
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