Trichinella pseudospiralis

Trich·i·nel·la pseu·do·spi·ra·lis

(trik'i-nel'ă sū-dō-spī-rā'lis)
A nematode species with a normal life cycle in small predators; humans are an accidental host.
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Behavioural changes in breeding American Kestrels infected with Trichinella pseudospiralis. In: Loye, J.E., and Zuk, M., eds.
Trichinella spiralis and Trichinella pseudospiralis mixed infection in a wild boar (Sus scrofa) of Germany.
First outbreak of human trichinellosis caused by Trichinella pseudospiralis. Clin Infect Dis.
Nonencapsulated larvae of Trichinella pseudospiralis were detected in meat and muscle biopsy specimens.
Until 1995, Trichinella pseudospiralis, a nonencapsulating species of the genus Trichinella and the only species that infects both mammals and birds, was not considered a potential pathogen of humans and domestic animals, since it had been detected only in sylvatic animals (raccoon dog, corsac fox, tiger cat, tawny eagle, and rook) in remote regions (Caucasus, Kazakhstan, Tasmania) (1).
Allozymic and biological characters of Trichinella pseudospiralis isolates from free-ranging animals.
Variations in microsatellite sequences provide evidence for population differences and multiple ribosomal gene repeats within Trichinella pseudospiralis. J Parasitol 1996;82:534-8.