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(Fasciolopsis buski)
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  • Epidemiology of Trematode Infections: An Update. [Journal Article]
    Adv Exp Med Biol 2019; 1154:359-409Chai JY, Jung BK
  • Digenetic trematodes infecting humans are more than 91 species which belong to 46 genera all over the world. According to their habitat in definitive hosts, they are classified as blood flukes (Schistosoma japonicum. S. mekongi, S. mansoni, S. haematobium, and S. intercalatum), liver flukes (Clonorchis sinensis, Opisthorchis viverrini, O. felineus, Metorchis conjunctus, M. bilis, M. orientalis, F…
  • An Autochthonous Human Case of Fasciolopsiasis in Nepal. [Journal Article]
    Korean J Parasitol 2019; 57(3):295-298Sah R, Calatri M, Toledo R
  • Fasciolopsiasis is rarely known as the parasitic disease in Nepal. Herein, we report a case of fasciolopsiasis in a 22-year-old man who was admitted in the hospital with abdominal pain, distension and loss of appetite for a month. He had previously diagnosed with acute viral hepatitis but, his abdominal pain was not resolving despite improvement in his liver function and general condition. During…
  • A duplex PCR for the simultaneous detection of Fasciola hepatica and Clonorchis sinensis. [Journal Article]
    Vet Parasitol 2018; 259:1-5Yang Y, Li M, … Du A
  • Both Fasciola hepatica and Clonorchis sinensis are endemic in China, South Korea, Japan and other Southeast Asian countries. Reliable and sensitive diagnostic methods are needed for detecting their infections in humans and animals. Differential simplex and duplex polymerase chain reaction (PCR) methods were developed. The PCRs targeted the second internal transcribed spacer (its2) (408 bp) of F. …
  • Ancient Human Parasites in Ethnic Chinese Populations. [Historical Article]
    Korean J Parasitol 2016; 54(5):565-572Yeh HY, Mitchell PD
  • Whilst archaeological evidence for many aspects of life in ancient China is well studied, there has been much less interest in ancient infectious diseases, such as intestinal parasites in past Chinese populations. Here, we bring together evidence from mummies, ancient latrines, and pelvic soil from burials, dating from the Neolithic Period to the Qing Dynasty, in order to better understand the he…
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