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Detection of Tick-Borne Pathogens in the Korean Water Deer (Hydropotes inermis argyropus) from Jeonbuk Province, Korea

Seong G, Han YJ, Oh SS, Chae JS, Yu DH, Park J, Park BK, Yoo JG, Choi KS

The objective of this study was to investigate the prevalence of tick-borne pathogens in the Korean water deer (Hydropotes inermis argyropus). Pathogens were identified using PCR which included Anaplasma, Ehrlichia,...
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High Malaria Prevalence among Schoolchildren on Kome Island, Tanzania

Kim MJ, Jung BK, Chai JY, Eom KS, Yong TS, Min DY, Siza JE, Kaatano GM, Kuboza J, Mnyeshi P, Changalucha JM, Ko Y, Chang SY, Rim HJ

In order to determine the status of malaria among schoolchildren on Kome Island (Lake Victoria), near Mwanza, Tanzania, a total of 244 schoolchildren in 10 primary schools were subjected to...
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A Cross-Sectional Study on Intestinal Parasitic Infections in Rural Communities, Northeast Thailand

Boonjaraspinyo S, Boonmars T, Kaewsamut , Ekobol N, Laummaunwai P, Aukkanimart R, Wonkchalee N, Juasook A, Sriraj P

Despite the existence of effective anthelmintics, parasitic infections remain a major public health problem in Southeast Asia, including Thailand. In rural communities, continuing infection is often reinforced by dietary habits...
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High Prevalence of Opisthorchis viverrini Infection in a Riparian Population in Takeo Province, Cambodia

Yong TS, Shin EH, Chai JY, Sohn WM, Eom KS, Lee DM, Park K, Jeoung HG, Hoang EH, Lee YH, Woo HJ, Lee JH, Kang SI, Cha JK, Lee KH, Yoon CH, Sinuon M, Socheat D

Opisthorchis viverrini infection was found to be highly prevalent in 3 riverside villages (Ang Svay Chek A, B, and C) of the Prey Kabas District, Takeo Province. This area is...
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