The journal Parasitology Research covers the latest developments in parasitology across a variety of disciplines, including biology, medicine and veterinary medicine. Among many topics discussed are chemotherapy and control of parasitic disease, and the relationship of host and parasite.
Other coverage includes: Protozoology, Helminthology, Entomology; Morphology (incl. Pathomorphology, Ultrastructure); Biochemistry, Physiology including Molecular Biology; Parasite-Host-Relationships including Immunology and Host Specificity; Life History, Ecology and Epidemiology; and Diagnosis, Chemotherapy and Control of Parasitic Diseases.
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Hosted by Karen Nelson, joined by speakers in the field, including Wondwossen Abebe Gebreyes, and MeiLing Zhang, this webinar will discuss the real world impact of the microbial world on food security and sustainability - from livestock, water availability, soils, crops, fisheries and biotechnology.
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🗓️ Wednesday 31st Jan 2024
⏲️ 14.00 PM (London)
A Collection on Host-Parasite Interactions in the time of Global Change curated by Dr Konstans Wells and Dr. Robin Flynn.
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Parasitology Research publishes outstanding research to highlight advances in the field. Our Editors would like to share a selection of recent article highlights.
Editors are proud to present a new special issue on “Zoonotic parasites: The One Health challenge”. This collection of articles has been conceived in order to cover the broader range of zoonotic parasites worldwide, providing an update on those of both wildlife and domestic animals. The concept of One Health is paradigmatic in Parasitology with many parasites inhabiting our Earth and perpetuating in domesticated animals, wildlife and humans. Parasitology is a clear example embodying the holistic approach of medical and veterinary medicine.
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