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(Hypoderma)
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  • Phylogenetic analysis of goat warble fly (Przhevalskiana silenus) based on mitochondrial COI gene. [Journal Article]
    J Parasit Dis 2019; 43(2):304-307Rakhshandehroo E, Razavi SM, … Shams S
  • The larvae of the genus Przhevalskiana (Diptera: Oestridae) are the causative agents of subcutaneous myiasis in goats. Several species have been grouped under this genus based on the morphology of different larval stages, albeit with a lot of uncertainties. Thus, application of genetic tools seems to be helpful for taxonomy. During this study, the cytochrome oxidase I (COI) gene was targeted for …
  • First report of a Hypoderma diana infestation in alpaca (Vicugna pacos) in Germany. [Case Reports]
    Parasitol Res 2019; 118(6):1963-1966Venjakob PL, Vogel C, … Nijhof AM
  • A Hypoderma larva was removed from a painful swelling in the lumbar region of a 17-month-old male alpaca kept on a farm in the Brandenburg district, eastern Germany. Morphological analysis and sequencing of the 18S rRNA gene demonstrated it was a second instar larvae of Hypoderma diana. The main host of H. diana is the roe deer (Capreolus capreolus). This is the first description of hypodermosis …
  • Hypodermosis in cattle translocated to Tamil Nadu from Punjab. [Journal Article]
    Trop Anim Health Prod 2019; 51(3):519-522Gowrishankar S, Aravind M, … Sreekumar C
  • Fifteen apparently healthy Kandari cross-bred cattle aged about 4 years were purchased from Rurki, Patiala district of Punjab by a private dairy farmer in Erode, Tamil Nadu. Four animals showed eruptions on the lateral thoracic and dorsal abdominal regions of the body after 15-day period of quarantine. Manual palpation of the eruptions resulted in the emergence of larval stages of dipteran flies,…
  • Hypodermin C improves the survival of kidney allografts. [Journal Article]
    Transpl Immunol 2018; 51:45-49Hu A, Wang Y, … Zheng K
  • Although immunosuppressive therapies have made organ transplantation a common medical procedure worldwide, chronic toxicity is a major issue of long-term treatment. One method to improve such therapies is the application of immunomodulatory agents from parasites, such as Hypoderma lineatum (Diptera: Oestridae). Hypodermin C (HC) is an enzyme secreted by H. lineatum larvae, and our previous study …
  • Micro-computed tomography visualization of the vestigial alimentary canal in adult oestrid flies. [Journal Article]
    Med Vet Entomol 2018; 32(3):378-382Martín-Vega D, Garbout A, … Hall MJR
  • Oestrid flies (Diptera: Oestridae) do not feed during the adult stage as they acquire all necessary nutrients during the parasitic larval stage. The adult mouthparts and digestive tract are therefore frequently vestigial; however, morphological data on the alimentary canal in adult oestrid flies are scarce and a proper visualization of this organ system within the adult body is lacking. The prese…
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