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Molecular biology of reproduction and development in parasitic nematodes: progress and opportunities

International Journal for Parasitology

Mar 24, 2004

Alasdair J NisbetR B Gasser

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Molecular biological research on the development and reproduction of parasites is of major significance for many fundamental and applied areas of medical and veterinary parasitology. Together with knowledge of parasite biology and epidemiology, the application of molecular tools and tec...read more

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Vertebrates
Calcinus elegans
Fertility
Embryo
Metabolic Process, Cellular
Cyartonema elegans
Feminization
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Molting
Coleonyx elegans
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Molecular biology of reproduction and development in parasitic nematodes: progress and opportunities

International Journal for Parasitology

Mar 24, 2004

Alasdair J NisbetR B Gasser

PMID: 15037100

DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpara.2003.09.012

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Molecular biological research on the development and reproduction of parasites is of major significance for many fundamental and applied areas of medical and veterinary parasitology. Together with knowledge of parasite biology and epidemiology, the application of molecular tools and tec...read more

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Fertility
Embryo
Metabolic Process, Cellular
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Feminization
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Molting
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