Fasciola gigantica

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Fas·ci·o·la gi·gan·'ti·ca

a species, resembling Fasciola hepatica but of larger size, found in herbivores, especially in Africa, where it also infects humans.
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Agatsuma et al., "Human fascioliasis and the presence of hybrid/introgressed forms of Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica in Vietnam," International Journal for Parasitology, vol.
Epidemiology of Fasciola gigantica and amphistomes in cattle on traditional, small-scale dairy and large-scale dairy farms in the southern highlands of Tanzania.
Singh, "Response of Fasciola gigantica cercaria exposed to different photo and chemo stimulants," Journal of Biology and Earth Sciences, vol.
comosum and TCBZ showed significant effect on adult worms of Fasciola gigantica after 24 h in vitro cultivation revealed that 100% of worms were died with ethanolic extract of C.
Fasciola gigantica specific antigens: purification by a continuouselusion method and its evaluation for the diagnosis of human Fascioliasis.
The high worm burden in calves suggested the establishment of parasites in host due to lack of innate as well as acquired immunity particularly against Toxocara vitulorum Strongyloides papillosus Gastrothylax crumenifer Trichuris globulosa Moniezia benedeni and Fasciola gigantica and lack of pasture recovery time (Koinari et al.
[3.] Walker SM, Makundi AE, Namuba FV, Kassuku AA, Keyyu J, Hoey EM, Prodohl P, Stothard JR and A Trudgett The distribution of Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica within southern Tanzania--constraints associated with the intermediate host.
Evaluation of a commercially available enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for detecting antibodies to Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica in cattle, sheep and buffaloes in Australia.
Similar to oyster Crassostrea virginica and fluke Fasciola gigantica, PO was found in hemocytes using SDSPAGE and catechol as a substrate (Nellaiappan et al.
Fasciola gigantica cathepsin-L cysteine proteinase in the detection of early experimental fasciolosis in ruminants.
La fasciolosis es una infeccion parasitaria causada por trematodes del genero Fasciola, siendo la especie mas frecuente Fasciola hepatica, la cual esta distribuida en todos los continentes e infecta humanos y animales herbivoros; otra especie es Fasciola gigantica con distribucion predominante en Africa y Asia.