taeniid


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tae·ni·id

(tē-nē'id),
Common name for a member of the family Taeniidae.

tae·ni·id

(tē-nē'id)
Common name for a member of the family Taeniidae.
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Similar to other taeniid tapeworms, human-infecting Taenia spp.
Based on their analysis, Hoberg's team showed that 12 named genera of taeniid tapeworms belong to 1 genus, Taenia.
Sequences were aligned with homologous sequences from all taeniid species in GenBank as of April 7, 2013 (Table).
Identification of taeniid eggs in the faeces of carnivores based on multiplex PCR using targets in mitochondrial DNA.
Taeniid tapeworm infections in the human intestine are caused by Taenia solium, T.
Fecal egg examination is generally used; however, infection is difficult to confirm because the morphology of taeniid eggs is indistinguishable from those of E.
Given that a reduced optical density value was obtained after administration of the taeniacidal drug, the false-positive result of the coproantigen test might have been caused by another taeniid species.
These specimens and new samples have been shown to be a new species of taeniid cestode belonging to the genus E.
Detection, screening and community epidemiology of taeniid cestode zoonoses: cystic echinococcosis, alveolar echinococcosis and neurocysticercosis.
Therefore, we isolated taeniid eggs from the fecal samples followed by E.
Fecal samples were examined by the following methods: Taeniid egg detection by microscopy following a flotation enrichment (9); identification of isolated E.
The remaining parasites were each found in less than 4 percent of the samples: taeniids, Cryptosporidium species, Ancylostoma species, Cheyletiella species, Dipylidium caninum, Otodectes species, Toxoplasma gondii, Sarcocystis species, Demodex and Spirometra species, Alaria species and Felicola subrostratus.