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  • Human Trichinellosis in Italy: an epidemiological review since 1989. [Journal Article]
    J Prev Med Hyg 2019; 60(2):E71-E75Troiano G, Nante N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Trichinellosis is still present in Italy, but often forgotten by general practitioners and infectious diseases specialists. It's pivotal to improve awareness about this parasitic disease in Physicians and veterinarians. A strict surveillance, especially on meat products from endemic countries or from wild animals is necessary to considerably reduce the risk of acquiring the infection.
  • Trichinella pseudospiralis in a wolverine (Gulo gulo) from the Canadian North. [Journal Article]
    Int J Parasitol Parasites Wildl 2019; 9:274-280Sharma R, Thompson P, … Jenkins E
  • Species of Trichinella are a globally distributed assemblage of nematodes, often with distinct host ranges, which include people, domestic, and wild animals. Trichinella spp. are important in northern Canada, where dietary habits of people and methods of meat preparation (drying, smoking, fermenting as well as raw) increase the risk posed by these foodborne zoonotic parasites. Outbreaks in the ar…
  • Comparative Genomic Analysis of Trichinella spiralis Reveals Potential Mechanisms of Adaptive Evolution. [Journal Article]
    Biomed Res Int 2019; 2019:2948973Qu Z, Li W, … Fu B
  • Trichinellosis caused by parasitic nematodes of the genus Trichinella may result in human morbidity and mortality worldwide. Deciphering processes that drive species diversity and adaptation are key to understanding parasitism and developing effective control strategies. Our goal was to identify genes that are under positive selection and possible mechanisms of adaptive evolution of Trichinella s…
  • Seroprevalence of Trichinella spp. infection in bank voles (Myodes glareolus) - A long term study. [Journal Article]
    Int J Parasitol Parasites Wildl 2019; 9:144-148Grzybek M, Cybulska A, … Bajer A
  • Rodents play an important role as reservoir hosts of zoonotic diseases. As a component of our long-term programme of monitoring parasitic infections in bank vole populations in three ecologically similar sites in NE Poland, we screened blood samples for signs of a serological response to the presence of Trichinella spp. The overall seroprevalence of Trichinella spp. was 1.52%, but prevalence was …
  • Socio-economic factors as indicators for various animal diseases in Sardinia. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(6):e0217367Loi F, Laddomada A, … Rolesu S
  • The need to consider the role of social factors in the efficacy of farm management and, consequently, in the onset and persistence of diseases typical to animal farms is increasingly being realized increasingly worldwide. Many risk analysis studies have been conducted to assess the role of various factors in the development of animal diseases; however, very few have accounted for the role of soci…
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