Ancylostoma caninum


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Ancylostoma

 [an″sĭ-los´to-mah]
a genus of parasitic hookworms.
Ancylostoma america´num Necator americanus.
Ancylostoma brazilien´se a species parasitic in dogs and cats in tropical and subtropical regions; its larvae may cause a creeping eruption in humans.
Ancylostoma cani´num the common hookworm of dogs and cats.
Ancylostoma duodena´le a common hookworm parasitic in the human small intestine.

An·cy·los·to·ma ca·ni·'num

a species possessing three pairs of ventral teeth in the oral cavity; common in dogs, but also occurring in human skin as a cause of cutaneous larva migrans.

An·cy·los·to·ma ca·ni·num

(an'si-lo-stō'mă kā-nī'nŭm)
A nematode species possessing three pairs of ventral teeth in the oral cavity; common in dogs, but also occurring in human skin as a cause of cutaneous larva migrans.
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Comparative efficacy of ancylol, ivomec, mebendazole and piperazine against Ancylostoma caninum in experimentally infected pups.
Juana Maria Coha para optar el Grado de Bachiller "Investigacion de Shiguellas en aguas de regadio de terrenos hortalizas de los alrededores de Lima" y de Doctorado en Ciencias Biologicas: "Dinamica de implantacion masiva experimental de Ancylostoma caninum ERCOLANI 1859 y sus proyecciones aplicativas".
Molecular identification of Ancylostoma caninum isolated from cats in southern China based on complete ITS sequence.
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.
Antibody responses in pregnancy-induced transmammary transmission of Ancylostoma caninum hookworm larvae.
The search for proteins that might stimulate hookworm immunity led Hotez and Cappello to isolate and purify an anticlotting protein from Ancylostoma caninum, a species of worms that infects both dogs and people.
Human eosinophilic enteritis caused by dog hookworm Ancylostoma caninum. Lancet 1990; 335:1299-1302.
Ancylostoma caninum was recovered from one male red fox (CGS6179, others as above; 12.5%) from McKinley County, and also had M.
Infestation rate with Ancylostoma caninum and Dipylidium caninum respectively 8% and 7% were observed, also infestation rate of Trichuris vulpis 6% were distinguished.