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Cavisoma magnum Cavisomidaea unique Pacific acanthocephalan redescribed from an unusual host, Mugil cephalus Mugilidaein the Arabian Gulf, with notes on histopathology and metal analysis Cavisoma magnum Southwell, Van Cleave, was originally described from a sea bass, Serranus sp.
These reports were based on only light infections of their host fishes. Of the few flathead grey mullets, Mugil cephalus Mugilidaethat we examined in the Arabian Gulf, one fish was infected with 1, worms.
One milkfish, Chanos chanos Chanidaefrom the same location in the Arabian Gulf, was also heavily infected with specimens of C. The descriptions of this unique large worm are revised and for the first time, we provide SEM images, new systematic observations, metal analysis of hooks showing extremely high levels of sulfur, and histopathology in the mullet intestinal tissue.
Adjustments and corrections of previous descriptive accounts are made. The histopathology studies show extensive damage to the host intestinal tissue including epithelial necrosis, hemorrhaging and worm encapsulation. There is an extensive amount of host connective tissue surrounding the worm.
Results of x-ray analysis displayed high levels of sulfur in proboscis hooks, especially at the tips and edges of these attachment structures.Parasite international open-access, peer-reviewed, online journal publishing high quality papers on all aspects of human and animal parasitology.
Can you advise me papers about intestinal parasits in hunter-gatherers society? I discuss the prevalence of intestinal parasite diseases (hookworms I am new member on research gate and I. Intestinal parasites are highly prevalent in this setting and poverty was implicated as an important risk factor for infection.
Effective poverty reduction programmes and promotion of deworming could reduce intestinal parasite carriage. There is a need for mass scale campaigns to create awareness.
The prevalence of intestinal parasites in children was found to be % (50/). Protozoan and helminth parasites were found to be % (47/) and % (4/) in .
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Oct 03, · Zhirong Bao, Ph.D. Memorial Sloan Kettering. Project Title: An Integrative Cellular Blueprint of Vertebrate Tissue Development Grant ID: ROD Co-PIs: Jan Huisken, Ph.D. and David Traver, Ph.D. Funded by the Office of the Director (Office of Research Infrastructure Programs & Common Fund), National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, & National .