parasitome

par·a·si·tome

(par'ă-sī'tōm),
The total mass or number of individuals of all developmental stages of a single parasite species in one host.
[parasite + -ome (fr. G. -ōma), group, mass]
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Taxon-level classification of sequences recovered from the Litopenaeus setiferus gill parasitome, March-December 2014.
One of different strategies adopted by nematodes is the expression of parasitism genes in their esophageal gland cells, which are secreted (also called secretome or parasitome) via their stylet into host tissue (Davis et al., 2000; Hussey et al., 2002; Hewezi et al., 2012).
The parasitome of the phytonematode Heterodera glycines.
Sequencing of the RN parasitome which is made up of all the parasitic gene products secreted during the nematode parasitic cycle is of importance for understanding the parasitism in this nematode.