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Fasciolosis is a major global infection of livestock causing both huge losses to the agricultural community and affecting human health as a food-borne disease. Fully updated throughout, this new edition of Fasciolosis continues to cover the life cycle, biology, and development of the parasite; clinical pathology, immunology, diagnosis and vaccine development; and emergence, cause and mechanisms of drug resistance. It reviews the temperate liver fluke Fasciola hepatica, together with molecular, biochemical, control, and epidemiologial aspects of the tropical liver fluke F. gigantica. 520 p.

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Parasitology

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Authors expertises affiliations

  • John P. Dalton, Editor. PhD in Molecular Parasitology; Postdoctoral Fellow specializing in schistosomes and malaria; Professor in Infectious Diseases, Queens University, Belfast (Northern Ireland); Science Foundation Ireland Professor in Molecular Parasitology, Zoology Department, Centre for One Health, Ryan Institute, National University of Ireland (NUI), Galway Republic of Ireland.

     
  • Publication date (print & electronic format): 2022-01.

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