Immunology and pathology of intestinal trematodes in their definitive hosts

Advances in Parasitology
Rafael ToledoBernard Fried

Abstract

This review examines the significant literature on the immunology and pathology of intestinal trematodes in their definitive hosts. We emphasize information on selected species in six families for which the literature on these topics is extensive. The families are Brachylaimidae, Diplostomidae, Echinostomatidae, Gymnophallidae, Heterophyidae, and Paramphistomidae. For most of these families, coverage is considered under the following headings: (i) background; (ii) pathology of the infection; (iii) immunology of the infection; (iv) immunodiagnosis; and (v) human infection. Some of these heading have been subdivided further, based on the literature available on a particular topic. Following this coverage, we include a final section on the important topical literature on selected trematodes in families other than the six mentioned above.

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Citations

Jan 8, 2016·Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene·R Toledo, J G Esteban
Oct 30, 2014·The Korean Journal of Parasitology·Seongjun ChoeKeeseon S Eom
Apr 9, 2013·Revista Do Instituto De Medicina Tropical De São Paulo·Vitor Luís Tenório MatiAlan Lane de Melo
Jul 24, 2018·Parasite Immunology·Rosângela Maria RodriguesJulia Maria Costa-Cruz
Oct 9, 2007·The Journal of Parasitology·Carla Muñoz-AntoliRafael Toledo
Nov 4, 2009·The Korean Journal of Parasitology·Jong-Yil ChaiHan-Jong Rim
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Sep 2, 2020·The Korean Journal of Parasitology·Cláudia Portes Santos, Juliana Novo Borges
Apr 5, 2011·Journal of Proteomics·Rafael ToledoAntonio Marcilla

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