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- Little, Susan E.; Barrett, Anne W.; Beall, Melissa J.; Bowman, Dwight D.; Dangoudoubiyam, Sriveny; Elsemore, David A.; Liotta, Janice; Lucio-Forster, Araceli; McCrann, Donald J.; Snowden, Karen F.; Starkey, Lindsay A.; Tasse, Sarah
- Topics in companion animal medicine 2019
- Nematoda; coproantigens; diagnostic techniques; dog diseases; dogs; eggs; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; excretory-secretory products; feces; hookworms; intestines; medicine; nematode infections; pets
- ... Microscopic methods which employ active or passive flotation have been used to detect parasite diagnostic stages in the feces of companion animals for many years. More recently, coproantigen ELISAs for the detection of excretory/secretory products from intestinal nematodes have been introduced. These assays can identify the presence of parasites when eggs are not recovered by flotation (e.g. prepa ...