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Stylonema cornu-cervi

Known as: Goniotrichum cornu-cervi 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2014
2014
Monoclonal antibodies (MoAbs) against a recombinant cathepsin L1 of Fasciola gigantica (rFgCatL1) were produced in vitro by… Expand
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2013
2013
We determined the complete mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) sequence of a fluke, Paramphistomum cervi (Digenea: Paramphistomidae). This… Expand
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2011
2011
Deer keds (Lipoptena cervi) are blood-sucking flies in the family Hippoboscidae; moose (Alces alces) are their main host in… Expand
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2010
2010
The present study was based on assessments of the antiparasitic activities to determine the efficacies of acetone, chloroform… Expand
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2010
2010
The present study was based on assessments of the antiparasitic activities to determine the efficacies of leaf hexane, chloroform… Expand
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2009
Highly Cited
2009
Background Lymphatic filarial parasites survive within the lymphatic vessels for years despite the complex immune environment… Expand
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2008
2008
An antigenic profile of adult Paramphistomum cervi was revealed by sodium dodecyl sulphate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis… Expand
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2006
2006
Regulation of ungulate populations by parasites relies on establishing a density-dependent relationship between infection and… Expand
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2003
2003
Thirty rumens were examined every month from May 1989 to April 1992 to establish seasonal trends of infection and their… Expand
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1982
1982
Deer ked (Lipoptena cervi L.), a haematophagous louse fly of deer, also attacks man and can cause persistent pruritic papules… Expand
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