Philophthalmus hechingeri n. sp. (digenea: philophthalmidae), a human-infecting eye fluke from the asian mud snail, batillaria attramentaria
In this study, we examined the infection status of B. attramentaria with Philophthalmid sp. I found on a muddy seashore of the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, and the resulting metacercariae were experimentally administered to Japanese quails to develop them into the gravid adult stage. The complete specimens of the adult and larval stages allowed us to describe a new species. Based on morphological and molecular analyses, Philophthalmus hechingeri n. sp. is proposed for the human-infecting eye fluke in Japan. The natural definitive hosts of the new species are unknown. However, the habitat of B. attramentaria suggests that shoreb...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 17, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Mizuki Sasaki Osamu Miura Minoru Nakao Source Type: research

Tarantobelus jeffdanielsi n. sp. (panagrolaimomorpha; panagrolaimidae), a nematode parasite of tarantulas
We examined the nematodes and propose a new species, Tarantobelus jeffdanielsi n. sp., in the currently monotypic genus Tarantobelus based on a combination of morphological and morphometrical data and unique nuclear rDNA 28S and 18S sequences. Based on phylogenetic analyses, the previously described Tarantobelus arachnicida was relocated, along with T. jeffdanielsi, into the family Panagrolaimidae. We also provide evidence of the ability of T. jeffdanielsi to parasitize Galleria mellonella larvae and the tarantula Grammostola pulchra. The life span and fecundity of the new species were also assessed, resulting in an 11.2-d...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 17, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Jacob Schurkman Kyle Anesko Joaqu ín Abolafia Irma Tandingan De Ley Adler R Dillman Source Type: research

Giardia duodenalis genotyping not linked to clinical symptomatology and nutritional status of school-aged children of soledad and galapa municipality schools, atl Ántico, colombia
J Parasitol. 2022 Jan 1;108(1):1-9. doi: 10.1645/21-26.ABSTRACTGiardia duodenalis genotypes A and B have been reported in Colombia. The population consisted of 235 schoolchildren whose ages ranged from 2 to 10 yr of age from the municipalities of Soledad and Galapa in the department of Atlántico, Colombia. Fecal samples were obtained and then analyzed in triplicate using the sedimentation in formalin-ether (Ritchie's method) and direct examination techniques. Of the 235 fecal samples, 35 samples were positive for G. duodenalis; positive samples were concentrated in a sucrose gradient and sonicated for 3 cycles of 20...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Karen Mu ñoz Salas Alma Polo Barrios Carolina Maestre Gonzalez Juan Rodr íguez Macias Carmi ña Vargas Zapata Source Type: research

Enteroparasites in a population in deprived conditions from province of valencia (spain)
The objective of this work is to assess the level of enteroparasites in a Valencian population that meets certain deprivation conditions. A coproparasitological analysis was carried out in 460 users (children and adult relatives) of the 3 Casa Caridad schools in the province of Valencia. The parasite prevalence reached 31.7%, with a higher frequency of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species (66.4%) than non-pathogenic species (33.5%), although symptoms only appeared in 10.3% of those with pathogens/potentially pathogenic species. Of those parasitized, the presence of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species reached 20.6%...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Carla Mu ñoz-Antoli Rafael Toledo J Guillermo Esteban Source Type: research

Metallothionein expression in a parasitic crustacean, lamproglena clariae (crustacea: copepoda), on clarias gariepinus (teloestei: clariidae) corresponds to water quality
In conclusion, differences in the concentrations of MT and infection biology of L. clariae reflected the state of the environment and support the usefulness of this parasite and other Lamproglena spp. as bioindicators.PMID:34995354 | DOI:10.1645/21-62 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Jabulani Ndaba Beric M Gilbert Annemari è Avenant-Oldewage Source Type: research

Giardia duodenalis genotyping not linked to clinical symptomatology and nutritional status of school-aged children of soledad and galapa municipality schools, atl Ántico, colombia
J Parasitol. 2022 Jan 1;108(1):1-9. doi: 10.1645/21-26.ABSTRACTGiardia duodenalis genotypes A and B have been reported in Colombia. The population consisted of 235 schoolchildren whose ages ranged from 2 to 10 yr of age from the municipalities of Soledad and Galapa in the department of Atlántico, Colombia. Fecal samples were obtained and then analyzed in triplicate using the sedimentation in formalin-ether (Ritchie's method) and direct examination techniques. Of the 235 fecal samples, 35 samples were positive for G. duodenalis; positive samples were concentrated in a sucrose gradient and sonicated for 3 cycles of 20...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Karen Mu ñoz Salas Alma Polo Barrios Carolina Maestre Gonzalez Juan Rodr íguez Macias Carmi ña Vargas Zapata Source Type: research

Enteroparasites in a population in deprived conditions from province of valencia (spain)
The objective of this work is to assess the level of enteroparasites in a Valencian population that meets certain deprivation conditions. A coproparasitological analysis was carried out in 460 users (children and adult relatives) of the 3 Casa Caridad schools in the province of Valencia. The parasite prevalence reached 31.7%, with a higher frequency of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species (66.4%) than non-pathogenic species (33.5%), although symptoms only appeared in 10.3% of those with pathogens/potentially pathogenic species. Of those parasitized, the presence of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species reached 20.6%...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Carla Mu ñoz-Antoli Rafael Toledo J Guillermo Esteban Source Type: research

Metallothionein expression in a parasitic crustacean, lamproglena clariae (crustacea: copepoda), on clarias gariepinus (teloestei: clariidae) corresponds to water quality
In conclusion, differences in the concentrations of MT and infection biology of L. clariae reflected the state of the environment and support the usefulness of this parasite and other Lamproglena spp. as bioindicators.PMID:34995354 | DOI:10.1645/21-62 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Jabulani Ndaba Beric M Gilbert Annemari è Avenant-Oldewage Source Type: research

Giardia duodenalis genotyping not linked to clinical symptomatology and nutritional status of school-aged children of soledad and galapa municipality schools, atl Ántico, colombia
J Parasitol. 2022 Jan 1;108(1):1-9. doi: 10.1645/21-26.ABSTRACTGiardia duodenalis genotypes A and B have been reported in Colombia. The population consisted of 235 schoolchildren whose ages ranged from 2 to 10 yr of age from the municipalities of Soledad and Galapa in the department of Atlántico, Colombia. Fecal samples were obtained and then analyzed in triplicate using the sedimentation in formalin-ether (Ritchie's method) and direct examination techniques. Of the 235 fecal samples, 35 samples were positive for G. duodenalis; positive samples were concentrated in a sucrose gradient and sonicated for 3 cycles of 20...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Karen Mu ñoz Salas Alma Polo Barrios Carolina Maestre Gonzalez Juan Rodr íguez Macias Carmi ña Vargas Zapata Source Type: research

Enteroparasites in a population in deprived conditions from province of valencia (spain)
The objective of this work is to assess the level of enteroparasites in a Valencian population that meets certain deprivation conditions. A coproparasitological analysis was carried out in 460 users (children and adult relatives) of the 3 Casa Caridad schools in the province of Valencia. The parasite prevalence reached 31.7%, with a higher frequency of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species (66.4%) than non-pathogenic species (33.5%), although symptoms only appeared in 10.3% of those with pathogens/potentially pathogenic species. Of those parasitized, the presence of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species reached 20.6%...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Carla Mu ñoz-Antoli Rafael Toledo J Guillermo Esteban Source Type: research

Metallothionein expression in a parasitic crustacean, lamproglena clariae (crustacea: copepoda), on clarias gariepinus (teloestei: clariidae) corresponds to water quality
In conclusion, differences in the concentrations of MT and infection biology of L. clariae reflected the state of the environment and support the usefulness of this parasite and other Lamproglena spp. as bioindicators.PMID:34995354 | DOI:10.1645/21-62 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Jabulani Ndaba Beric M Gilbert Annemari è Avenant-Oldewage Source Type: research

Giardia duodenalis genotyping not linked to clinical symptomatology and nutritional status of school-aged children of soledad and galapa municipality schools, atl Ántico, colombia
J Parasitol. 2022 Jan 1;108(1):1-9. doi: 10.1645/21-26.ABSTRACTGiardia duodenalis genotypes A and B have been reported in Colombia. The population consisted of 235 schoolchildren whose ages ranged from 2 to 10 yr of age from the municipalities of Soledad and Galapa in the department of Atlántico, Colombia. Fecal samples were obtained and then analyzed in triplicate using the sedimentation in formalin-ether (Ritchie's method) and direct examination techniques. Of the 235 fecal samples, 35 samples were positive for G. duodenalis; positive samples were concentrated in a sucrose gradient and sonicated for 3 cycles of 20...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Karen Mu ñoz Salas Alma Polo Barrios Carolina Maestre Gonzalez Juan Rodr íguez Macias Carmi ña Vargas Zapata Source Type: research

Enteroparasites in a population in deprived conditions from province of valencia (spain)
The objective of this work is to assess the level of enteroparasites in a Valencian population that meets certain deprivation conditions. A coproparasitological analysis was carried out in 460 users (children and adult relatives) of the 3 Casa Caridad schools in the province of Valencia. The parasite prevalence reached 31.7%, with a higher frequency of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species (66.4%) than non-pathogenic species (33.5%), although symptoms only appeared in 10.3% of those with pathogens/potentially pathogenic species. Of those parasitized, the presence of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species reached 20.6%...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Carla Mu ñoz-Antoli Rafael Toledo J Guillermo Esteban Source Type: research

Metallothionein expression in a parasitic crustacean, lamproglena clariae (crustacea: copepoda), on clarias gariepinus (teloestei: clariidae) corresponds to water quality
In conclusion, differences in the concentrations of MT and infection biology of L. clariae reflected the state of the environment and support the usefulness of this parasite and other Lamproglena spp. as bioindicators.PMID:34995354 | DOI:10.1645/21-62 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Jabulani Ndaba Beric M Gilbert Annemari è Avenant-Oldewage Source Type: research

Giardia duodenalis genotyping not linked to clinical symptomatology and nutritional status of school-aged children of soledad and galapa municipality schools, atl Ántico, colombia
J Parasitol. 2022 Jan 1;108(1):1-9. doi: 10.1645/21-26.ABSTRACTGiardia duodenalis genotypes A and B have been reported in Colombia. The population consisted of 235 schoolchildren whose ages ranged from 2 to 10 yr of age from the municipalities of Soledad and Galapa in the department of Atlántico, Colombia. Fecal samples were obtained and then analyzed in triplicate using the sedimentation in formalin-ether (Ritchie's method) and direct examination techniques. Of the 235 fecal samples, 35 samples were positive for G. duodenalis; positive samples were concentrated in a sucrose gradient and sonicated for 3 cycles of 20...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Karen Mu ñoz Salas Alma Polo Barrios Carolina Maestre Gonzalez Juan Rodr íguez Macias Carmi ña Vargas Zapata Source Type: research

Enteroparasites in a population in deprived conditions from province of valencia (spain)
The objective of this work is to assess the level of enteroparasites in a Valencian population that meets certain deprivation conditions. A coproparasitological analysis was carried out in 460 users (children and adult relatives) of the 3 Casa Caridad schools in the province of Valencia. The parasite prevalence reached 31.7%, with a higher frequency of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species (66.4%) than non-pathogenic species (33.5%), although symptoms only appeared in 10.3% of those with pathogens/potentially pathogenic species. Of those parasitized, the presence of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species reached 20.6%...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Carla Mu ñoz-Antoli Rafael Toledo J Guillermo Esteban Source Type: research

Metallothionein expression in a parasitic crustacean, lamproglena clariae (crustacea: copepoda), on clarias gariepinus (teloestei: clariidae) corresponds to water quality
In conclusion, differences in the concentrations of MT and infection biology of L. clariae reflected the state of the environment and support the usefulness of this parasite and other Lamproglena spp. as bioindicators.PMID:34995354 | DOI:10.1645/21-62 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Jabulani Ndaba Beric M Gilbert Annemari è Avenant-Oldewage Source Type: research

Giardia duodenalis genotyping not linked to clinical symptomatology and nutritional status of school-aged children of soledad and galapa municipality schools, atl Ántico, colombia
J Parasitol. 2022 Jan 1;108(1):1-9. doi: 10.1645/21-26.ABSTRACTGiardia duodenalis genotypes A and B have been reported in Colombia. The population consisted of 235 schoolchildren whose ages ranged from 2 to 10 yr of age from the municipalities of Soledad and Galapa in the department of Atlántico, Colombia. Fecal samples were obtained and then analyzed in triplicate using the sedimentation in formalin-ether (Ritchie's method) and direct examination techniques. Of the 235 fecal samples, 35 samples were positive for G. duodenalis; positive samples were concentrated in a sucrose gradient and sonicated for 3 cycles of 20...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Karen Mu ñoz Salas Alma Polo Barrios Carolina Maestre Gonzalez Juan Rodr íguez Macias Carmi ña Vargas Zapata Source Type: research

Enteroparasites in a population in deprived conditions from province of valencia (spain)
The objective of this work is to assess the level of enteroparasites in a Valencian population that meets certain deprivation conditions. A coproparasitological analysis was carried out in 460 users (children and adult relatives) of the 3 Casa Caridad schools in the province of Valencia. The parasite prevalence reached 31.7%, with a higher frequency of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species (66.4%) than non-pathogenic species (33.5%), although symptoms only appeared in 10.3% of those with pathogens/potentially pathogenic species. Of those parasitized, the presence of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species reached 20.6%...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Carla Mu ñoz-Antoli Rafael Toledo J Guillermo Esteban Source Type: research

Metallothionein expression in a parasitic crustacean, lamproglena clariae (crustacea: copepoda), on clarias gariepinus (teloestei: clariidae) corresponds to water quality
In conclusion, differences in the concentrations of MT and infection biology of L. clariae reflected the state of the environment and support the usefulness of this parasite and other Lamproglena spp. as bioindicators.PMID:34995354 | DOI:10.1645/21-62 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Jabulani Ndaba Beric M Gilbert Annemari è Avenant-Oldewage Source Type: research

Giardia duodenalis genotyping not linked to clinical symptomatology and nutritional status of school-aged children of soledad and galapa municipality schools, atl Ántico, colombia
J Parasitol. 2022 Jan 1;108(1):1-9. doi: 10.1645/21-26.ABSTRACTGiardia duodenalis genotypes A and B have been reported in Colombia. The population consisted of 235 schoolchildren whose ages ranged from 2 to 10 yr of age from the municipalities of Soledad and Galapa in the department of Atlántico, Colombia. Fecal samples were obtained and then analyzed in triplicate using the sedimentation in formalin-ether (Ritchie's method) and direct examination techniques. Of the 235 fecal samples, 35 samples were positive for G. duodenalis; positive samples were concentrated in a sucrose gradient and sonicated for 3 cycles of 20...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Karen Mu ñoz Salas Alma Polo Barrios Carolina Maestre Gonzalez Juan Rodr íguez Macias Carmi ña Vargas Zapata Source Type: research

Enteroparasites in a population in deprived conditions from province of valencia (spain)
The objective of this work is to assess the level of enteroparasites in a Valencian population that meets certain deprivation conditions. A coproparasitological analysis was carried out in 460 users (children and adult relatives) of the 3 Casa Caridad schools in the province of Valencia. The parasite prevalence reached 31.7%, with a higher frequency of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species (66.4%) than non-pathogenic species (33.5%), although symptoms only appeared in 10.3% of those with pathogens/potentially pathogenic species. Of those parasitized, the presence of pathogens/potentially pathogenic species reached 20.6%...
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Carla Mu ñoz-Antoli Rafael Toledo J Guillermo Esteban Source Type: research

Metallothionein expression in a parasitic crustacean, lamproglena clariae (crustacea: copepoda), on clarias gariepinus (teloestei: clariidae) corresponds to water quality
In conclusion, differences in the concentrations of MT and infection biology of L. clariae reflected the state of the environment and support the usefulness of this parasite and other Lamproglena spp. as bioindicators.PMID:34995354 | DOI:10.1645/21-62 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - January 7, 2022 Category: Parasitology Authors: Jabulani Ndaba Beric M Gilbert Annemari è Avenant-Oldewage Source Type: research

Editorial acknowledgments (volume 107, 2021)
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):987. doi: 10.1645/21-114.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933336 | DOI:10.1645/21-114 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Richard E Clopton Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsninety-sixth annual business meeting2 august 2021online virtual zoom meeting
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):985-986. doi: 10.1645/21-88.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933337 | DOI:10.1645/21-88 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsone hundred and eleventh annual council meeting21 july 2021virtual meeting via zoom
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):966-984. doi: 10.1645/21-83.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933338 | DOI:10.1645/21-83 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

Editorial acknowledgments (volume 107, 2021)
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):987. doi: 10.1645/21-114.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933336 | DOI:10.1645/21-114 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Richard E Clopton Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsninety-sixth annual business meeting2 august 2021online virtual zoom meeting
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):985-986. doi: 10.1645/21-88.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933337 | DOI:10.1645/21-88 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsone hundred and eleventh annual council meeting21 july 2021virtual meeting via zoom
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):966-984. doi: 10.1645/21-83.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933338 | DOI:10.1645/21-83 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

Editorial acknowledgments (volume 107, 2021)
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):987. doi: 10.1645/21-114.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933336 | DOI:10.1645/21-114 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Richard E Clopton Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsninety-sixth annual business meeting2 august 2021online virtual zoom meeting
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):985-986. doi: 10.1645/21-88.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933337 | DOI:10.1645/21-88 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsone hundred and eleventh annual council meeting21 july 2021virtual meeting via zoom
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):966-984. doi: 10.1645/21-83.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933338 | DOI:10.1645/21-83 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

Editorial acknowledgments (volume 107, 2021)
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):987. doi: 10.1645/21-114.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933336 | DOI:10.1645/21-114 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Richard E Clopton Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsninety-sixth annual business meeting2 august 2021online virtual zoom meeting
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):985-986. doi: 10.1645/21-88.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933337 | DOI:10.1645/21-88 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsone hundred and eleventh annual council meeting21 july 2021virtual meeting via zoom
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):966-984. doi: 10.1645/21-83.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933338 | DOI:10.1645/21-83 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

Editorial acknowledgments (volume 107, 2021)
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):987. doi: 10.1645/21-114.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933336 | DOI:10.1645/21-114 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Richard E Clopton Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsninety-sixth annual business meeting2 august 2021online virtual zoom meeting
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):985-986. doi: 10.1645/21-88.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933337 | DOI:10.1645/21-88 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsone hundred and eleventh annual council meeting21 july 2021virtual meeting via zoom
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):966-984. doi: 10.1645/21-83.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933338 | DOI:10.1645/21-83 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

Editorial acknowledgments (volume 107, 2021)
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):987. doi: 10.1645/21-114.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933336 | DOI:10.1645/21-114 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Richard E Clopton Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsninety-sixth annual business meeting2 august 2021online virtual zoom meeting
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):985-986. doi: 10.1645/21-88.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933337 | DOI:10.1645/21-88 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsone hundred and eleventh annual council meeting21 july 2021virtual meeting via zoom
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):966-984. doi: 10.1645/21-83.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933338 | DOI:10.1645/21-83 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

Editorial acknowledgments (volume 107, 2021)
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):987. doi: 10.1645/21-114.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933336 | DOI:10.1645/21-114 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Richard E Clopton Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsninety-sixth annual business meeting2 august 2021online virtual zoom meeting
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):985-986. doi: 10.1645/21-88.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933337 | DOI:10.1645/21-88 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsone hundred and eleventh annual council meeting21 july 2021virtual meeting via zoom
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):966-984. doi: 10.1645/21-83.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933338 | DOI:10.1645/21-83 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

Editorial acknowledgments (volume 107, 2021)
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):987. doi: 10.1645/21-114.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933336 | DOI:10.1645/21-114 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Richard E Clopton Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsninety-sixth annual business meeting2 august 2021online virtual zoom meeting
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):985-986. doi: 10.1645/21-88.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933337 | DOI:10.1645/21-88 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsone hundred and eleventh annual council meeting21 july 2021virtual meeting via zoom
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):966-984. doi: 10.1645/21-83.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933338 | DOI:10.1645/21-83 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

Editorial acknowledgments (volume 107, 2021)
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):987. doi: 10.1645/21-114.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933336 | DOI:10.1645/21-114 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Richard E Clopton Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsninety-sixth annual business meeting2 august 2021online virtual zoom meeting
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):985-986. doi: 10.1645/21-88.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933337 | DOI:10.1645/21-88 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research

American society of parasitologistsone hundred and eleventh annual council meeting21 july 2021virtual meeting via zoom
J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):966-984. doi: 10.1645/21-83.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34933338 | DOI:10.1645/21-83 (Source: The Journal of Parasitology)
Source: The Journal of Parasitology - December 21, 2021 Category: Parasitology Authors: Lee Couch Source Type: research