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Molecular detection of human parasitic pathogens

Author: Dongyou Liu
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2012.
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Traditionally, laboratory identification of parasites has relied upon various phenotypic procedures that detect their morphological, biological, and immunological features. Because these procedures tend to be time-consuming and technically demanding, molecular methods based on nucleic acid amplification technologies have been increasingly utilized for rapid, sensitive, and specific characterization of parasites. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Liu, Dongyou.
Molecular Detection of Human Parasitic Pathogens.
Hoboken : CRC Press, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dongyou Liu
ISBN: 9781439812433 1439812438
OCLC Number: 796383460
Description: 1 online resource (881 pages)
Contents: Chapter 1. Introductory Remarks; Chapter 2. Acanthamoeba; Chapter 3. Balamuthia; Chapter 4. Blastocystis; Chapter 5. Dientamoeba; Chapter 6. Entamoeba; Chapter 7. Giardia; Chapter 8. Leishmania; Chapter 9. Naegleria; Chapter 10. Pentatrichomonas; Chapter 11. Trichomonas; Chapter 12. Trypanosoma; Chapter 13. Babesia; Chapter 14. Balantidium; Chapter 15. Cryptosporidium; Chapter 16. Cyclospora; Chapter 17. Isospora; Chapter 18. Plasmodium; Chapter 19. Sarcocystis; Chapter 20. Toxoplasma; Chapter 21. Diphyllobothrium. Chapter 22. Dipylidium --
Chapter 23. Echinococcus and Echinococcosis; Chapter 24. Hymenolepis; Chapter 25. Mesocestoides; Chapter 26. Spirometra; Chapter 27. Taenia; Chapter 28. Clonorchis; Chapter 29. Dicrocoelium; Chapter 30. Echinostomes; Chapter 31. Fasciola; Chapter 32. Fasciolopsis; Chapter 33. Gastrodiscoides; Chapter 34. Haplorchis. Chapter 43. Ancylostoma --
Chapter 44. Angiostrongylus; Chapter 45. Anisakis; Chapter 46. Ascaris; Chapter 47. Baylisascaris; Chapter 48. Brugia; Chapter 49. Capillaria; Chapter 50. Dioctophyme; Chapter 51. Dirofilaria; Chapter 52. Dracunculus; Chapter 53. Enterobius; Chapter 54. Gnathostoma; Chapter 55. Haemonchus; Chapter 56. Loa; Chapter 57. Mansonella; Chapter 58. Marshallagia; Chapter 59. Necator; Chapter 60. Oesophagostomum; Chapter 61. Onchocerca; Chapter 62. Pseudoterranova and Contracaecum; Chapter 63. Strongyloides; Chapter 64. Syphacia; Chapter 65. Thelazia. Chapter 66. Toxocara --
Chapter 67. Trichinella; Chapter 68. Trichostrongylus; Chapter 69. Trichuris; Chapter 70. Wuchereria; Chapter 71. Argasidae (Soft Ticks); Chapter 72. Demodex (Hair Follicle Mite); Chapter 73. Dermanyssus, Ornithonyssus, and Trombicula (Red, Fowl, and Harvest Mites); Chapter 74. Ixodidae (Hard Ticks); Chapter 75. Pyroglyphidae and Glycyphagidae (House Dust and Storage Mites); Chapter 76. Sarcoptes (Itch Mite); Chapter 77. Calliphoridae, Oestridae, and Sarcophagidae (Myiasis-Causing Flies); Chapter 78. Cimex (Bedbug); Chapter 79. Pediculus (Body and Head Lice). Chapter 80. Phthirus (Crab Louse) --
Chapter 81. Pulex, Xenopsylla, and Ctenocephalides (Human, Rat, and Dog/Cat Fleas); Chapter 82. Tunga (Jigger Flea); Chapter 83. Armillifer, Linguatula, and Porocephalus (Tongue Worms).
Responsibility: edited by Dongyou Liu.

Abstract:

Traditionally, laboratory identification of parasites has relied upon various phenotypic procedures that detect their morphological, biological, and immunological features. Because these procedures tend to be time-consuming and technically demanding, molecular methods based on nucleic acid amplification technologies have been increasingly utilized for rapid, sensitive, and specific characterization of parasites. The large number of original and modified molecular protocols that have been developed over the years creates a dilemma for those attempting to adopt the most appropriate protocol for.

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