New Year, New Papers!
It’s been a busy year and that means lots, and lots of papers! The last time we updated our recently published papers was in Spring(!), so we have a ton of hard work to share from the past year. We hope everyone had a wonderful break and we look forward to another productive new semester.
What lies behind the curtain: Cryptic diversity in helminth parasites of human and veterinary importance
Extensive Aberrant Migration of Onchocerca lupi in a Dog
MORPHOMETRY OF FIRST-STAGE LARVAE OF ORTHOSTRONGYLUS MACROTIS (NEMATODA: PROTOSTRONGYLIDAE), LUNGWORM OF WILD UNGULATES FROM WESTERN NORTH AMERICA
Detection of Dirofilaria immitis via integrated serological and molecular analyses in coyotes from Texas, United States
Heartworm, Dirofilaria immitis, in carnivores kept in zoos located in Texas, USA: Risk perception, practices, and prevalence
LupiQuant: A real-time PCR based assay for determining host-to-parasite DNA ratios of Onchocerca lupi and host Canis lupus from onchocercosis samples
The Prevalence and Control of Lungworms of Pastoral Ruminants in Iran
Probe-based qPCR as an alternative to modified Knott’s test when screening dogs for heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis) infection in combination with antigen detection tests
High prevalence of canine heartworm, Dirofilaria immitis, in pet dogs in south Texas, USA, with evidence of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes contributing to transmission
Evaluation of urine for Dirofilaria immitis antigen detection in dogs
An unusual case of Brugia sp. infection in a dog from Alberta, Canada
Sores of boreal moose reveal a previously unknown genetic lineage of parasitic nematode within the genus Onchocerca