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  • Ecological interactions in the Scratchpads virtual research environment. [Journal Article]
    Biodivers Data J 2019; 7:e47043Baker E, Dupont S, Smith VS
  • The Natural History Museum, London has a number of online databases that describe interactions between species, including the HOSTS database of lepidopteran host plants (Robinson et al. 2010) and a database of Dipterocarp Seed Predators. These databases were generally bespoke software, which has increased the technical work necessary to sustain these resources. The decision was taken to migrate t…
  • Genome-wide survey of cytochrome P450 genes in the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Krøyer, 1837). [Journal Article]
    Parasit Vectors 2019; 12(1):563Humble JL, Carmona-Antoñanzas G, … Sturm A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The parasite L. salmonis is demonstrated to possess the most compact CYP superfamily characterised for any arthropod to date. The complement of CYP genes in L. salmonis includes conserved CYP genes involved in ecdysteroid biosynthesis and metabolism, as well as drug-inducible CYP genes. The present study does not provide evidence for a role of CYP genes in the decreased susceptibility of the multiresistant parasite strain studied.
  • Evidence for idiothetic and allothetic control of thermo-orientation in feather-feeding lice. [Journal Article]
    J Insect Physiol 2019; 120:103985Harbison CW, Boughton RM, Shine PJ
  • Thermal cues are widely used by ectoparasites to find and exploit hosts. Recently, the wing louse Columbicola columbae (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera) was shown to use thermo-orientation when migrating between host microhabitats. Here, we study the control systems governing thermo-orientation by motion tracking wing lice on spatial and temporal heat gradients. As previously demonstrated, lice placed o…
  • Combined treatment modality for phthiriasis palpebrarum. [Case Reports]
    Indian J Med Microbiol 2019 Apr-Jun; 37(2):296-297Mishra C, Kim U, Dheera MS
  • Phthiriasis palpebrarum (PP) is the infestation of eyelids caused by the ectoparasite Phthirus pubis, frequently misdiagnosed as allergic conjunctivitis, blepharitis or dermatitis. There is no standard treatment of choice although various treatment modalities have been described. A 6-year-old male child with PP was successfully treated with local application of 20% fluorescein solution over the e…
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