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XXIV Congresso Nazionale - Letture magistrali e Relazioni dei Simposi, N° 1-2, June 2006

 

Molecular technologies in parasitology, with an emphasis on genomic approaches for investigating parasitic nematodes
GASSER R.B.
pages 9 - 11
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Parasitic diseases of marine fish: epidemiological and sanitary considerations
FIORAVANTI M.L., CAFFARA M., FLORIO D., GUSTINELLI A., MARCER F., QUAGLIO F.
pages 15 - 18
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Damage due to parasites in Mediterranean teleosts
MARINO F.
pages 19 - 21
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Parasites as biological tags in population studies of demersal and pelagic fish species
MATTIUCCI S.
pages 23 - 25
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Mixozoan infections in Mediterranean mariculture
PALENZUELA O.
pages 27 - 29
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Dynamics of parasite communities and interactions between wild and domestic ruminants
CITTERIO C.V., LANFRANCHI P.
pages 33 - 35
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Ecology and epidemiology of Echinococcus multilocularis in Europe
DEPLAZES P.
pages 37 - 39
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The ecology of the parasite population in micro-mammals in the Italian peninsula and islands
DI BELLA C., GERACI F.
pages 41 - 42
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Echinococcus multilocularis in north Italy
MANFREDI M.T., CASULLI A., LA ROSA G., DI CERBO A.R., TREVISIOL K., GENCHI C., POZIO E.
pages 43 - 46
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Models of parasite biocoenosis dynamic: host density and gastrointestinal parasites in alpine chamois
STANCAMPIANO L., GUBERTI V.
pages 47 - 49
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Human infections due to nematode helminths nowadays: epidemiology and diagnostic tools
CANCRINI G.
pages 53 - 56
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Updates on Cystic Echinococcosis (CE) in Italy
GARIPPA G.
pages 57 - 59
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Updates on morphobiology, epidemiology and molecular characterization of coenurosis in sheep
SCALA A., VARCASIA A
pages 61 - 63 .
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Cystic Echinococcosis: progress and limits in epidemiology and immunodiagnosis
SIRACUSANO A., BRUSCHI F.
pages 65 - 66
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Downscaling climate information for local disease mapping
BERNARDI M., GOMMES R., GRIESER J.
pages 69 - 72
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Statistical methods for geographical surveillance in Veterinary Epidemiology
BIGGERI A., CATELAN D., RINALDI L., DREASSI E., LAGAZIO C., CRINGOLI G.
pages 73 - 76
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Biology-based mapping of vector-borne parasites by geographic information systems and remote sensing
MALONE J.B., NIETO P., TADESSE A.
pages 77 - 79
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Agrometeorology and models for the parasite cycle forecast
PASOTTI L., MAROLI M., GIANNETTO S., BRIANTI E.
pages 81 - 83
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Disease mapping in veterinary parasitology: an update
RINALDI L., MUSELLA V., CRINGOLI G.
pages 85 - 87
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Waterborne transmission of Giardia and Cryptosporidium
BRANDONISIO O.
pages 91 - 94
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Giardia, Cryptosporidium and the spectre of zoonosis: the Italian experience from land to sea
GIANGASPERO A.
pages 95 - 100
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Zoonotic protozoa – food for thought
SMITH H., NICHOLS R.A.B.
pages 101 - 104
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Apicomplexa genes involved in the host cell invasion: the Cpa135 protein family
TOSINI F., TRASARTI E., POZIO E.
pages 105 - 107
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Proposal of Health Information System (HIS) as tool for the epidemiological surveillance of leishmaniasis in urban areas
BRIANTI E., DRIGO M., ZIRILLI V.B., FORINO D., POGLAYEN G., GIANNETTO S.
pages 111 - 113
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Dog's parasite and zoonotic risk: from old to new “emergencies” in the North-West of Italy
FERROGLIO E., ROMANO A., PASSERA S., D'ANGELO A., GUISO P., GHIGGI E., BOLLA C., TRISCIUOGLIO A., BIGLINO A.
pages 115 - 116
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Urban faecal pollution and parasitic risk: the Italian skill
POGLAYEN G., MARCHESI B.
pages 117 - 119
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Mycetes and urban areas
TAMPIERI M.P.
pages 121 - 124
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Geographical Information Systems and canine faecal contamination: the experience in the city of Naples (southern Italy)
VENEZIANO V., RINALDI L., CARBONE S., BIGGERI A., CRINGOLI G.
pages 125 - 128
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Epidemiology and clinical features of Mediterranean Spotted fever in Italy
CASCIO A., IARIA C.
pages 131 - 133
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Tick-transmitted diseases in dogs: clinicopathological findings
FOGLIA MANZILLO V., CAPPIELLO S., OLIVA G.
pages 135 - 136
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Ecology and epidemiology of tick-borne diseases: which role for the control?
GENCHI C.
pages 137 - 138
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Acaricidal and repellent properties of permethrin, its role in reducing transmission of vector-borne pathogens
MENCKE N.
pages 139 - 140
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Assessment of the efficacy of parasiticides for the control of tick infection in dogs under field conditions: what's new?
OTRANTO D.
pages 141 - 144
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Dog tick borne diseases in Sicily
TORINA A., CARACAPPA S.
pages 145 - 147
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