Uncinaria

Uncinaria

(ŭn'si-nar'ē-ă),
A genus of nematode hookworms that infect various mammals. Species include Uncinaria stenocephala, the European hookworm of dogs, cats, and various wild carnivores, also found in North America, where it is much less common than Ancylostoma caninum, although it has been implicated in human cutaneous larva migrans.
[LL. uncinus, a hook]

Uncinaria

[un′siner′ē·ə]
Etymology: L, uncinus, hook
a genus of nematode that causes hookworm in dogs, cats, and other carnivores.

Uncinaria

A genus of hookworms.

Uncinaria

a genus of canine hookworms in the order Strongylida.

Uncinaria criniformis
occurs in the badger and fox.
Uncinaria lucasi
found in the fur seal.
Uncinaria stenocephala
the common species in the dog, cat and fox.
Uncinaria yukonensis
found in all ursids.
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The lack of clarity in jurisdictional borders and constant redefinition of agencies enabled PHS officers to fulfill their responsibilities and also obtain agency support for their personal initiatives--King with uncinaria, the Institute of Tropical Medicine, and many publications on other diseases; Goldberger, Lumsden, and Grubbs, with mosquito-related work; Michel also at the Institute of Tropical Medicine.
Kopeklerdeki fazla sayidaki helmint cesitliligine ragmen, Turkiye'de sokak veya az sayidaki sahipli kopekler uzerinde yapilan calismalarda, daha cok cestodlardan Taenia, Dipylidium, Mesocestoides ve Echinococcus, nematodlardan Toxocara, Toxascaris, Ancylostoma, Uncinaria, Trichuris ve Spirocerca gibi helmint turleri bildirilmistir (10-16).
There are actually three species of this nasty parasite commonly infecting dogs in North America: Ancylostoma caninum (canine hookworm), Ancylostoma braziliense (canine and feline hookworm), and Uncinaria stenocephala (Northern canine hookworm).
5% de Uncinaria stenocephala encontrado en materia fecal recolectada en calles de Temuco (Oberg et al.
Other nematodes reported from the swift fox but not found in our study include Ancylostoma caninum, a species of Capillaria, Trichuris vulpis, Uncinaria stenocephala, and a species of Uncinaria (see McClure, 1933; Stiles and Baker, 1935; Erickson, 1944; Cutter, 1958; Kilgore, 1969; Miller et al.
de amostras Prevalencia (%) positivas Ancylostoma sp 68 85 Uncinaria stenocephala 35 43,7 Trichuris vulpis 36 45 Capillaria aerophila 6 7,5 Physaloptera praeputialis 11 13,7 Toxocara canis 16 20 Toxocaris leonina 6 7,5 Dipylidium caninum 11 13,7 Baylisascaris 13 16,2 Strongyloides 10 12,5
En la tabla 2 se observa la frecuencia de parasitismo intestinal en cada uno de los grupos etarios, se hallaron diferencias estadisticamente significativas segun el grupo etario en las siguientes frecuencias: global, de helmintos, de patogenos, de Entamoeba coli, de Giardia duodenalis, de Chilomatix mesnili, de uncinaria, de Taenia spp.
Por ultimo, en trabajos de diversidad genetica en poblaciones de Uncinaria necator, comparando aproximaciones basadas en RFLPs y PCR (Stumer, 2000); diversidad de hongos en suelo por RFLPs--PCR de la region ITS (Viaud, 2000) e identificacion de especies por patrones de RFLPs de Flammulina y determinacion de patrones biogeograficos entre especies (Methven, 2000).
Los parasitos hallados fueron Ancylostoma caninum (71,74%), Toxocara canis (63,04%), Trichuris vulpis (45,65%), Uncinaria stenocephala (41,30%), Capillaria aerophila (17,39%), Echinococcus granulosus (8,69%), Giardia spp.
The efficacy of an Ivermectin, Pyrantel pamoati chewable formentation against canine hook worm, uncinaria, stenocephala and ancylostoma caninum, Vet.
2% of samples of them was infected to egg of Uncinaria stephanocephala in samples of this survey egg of Uncinaria stephanocephala were not observed [11,17].
lumbricoides de 36,2% a 27,7%, Trichuris trichiura de 37,1% a 21,2% y Uncinaria sp.