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- Lei Deng; Chan-Juan Yue; Yi-Jun Chai; Wu-You Wang; Xiao-Yan Su; Zi-Yao Zhou; Long-Qiong Wang; Ling-Yu Li; Hai-Feng Liu; Zhi-Jun Zhong; Sui-Zhong Cao; Yan-Chun Hu; Hua-Lin Fu; Guang-Neng Peng
- International journal for parasitology 2019 v.10 pp. 164-169
- Enterocytozoon bieneusi; Galliformes; Passeriformes; Psittaciformes; bird diseases; birds; emerging diseases; feces; genes; genetic variation; genotype; humans; internal transcribed spacers; markets; microsporidiosis; pets; phylogeny; polymerase chain reaction; ribosomal RNA; zoonoses; China
- ... Enterocytozoon bieneusi, a unicellular enteric microsporidian parasite, can infect humans and a wide range of animals throughout the world. Although E. bieneusi has been identified in many animals, there is no information regarding the genotypes of E. bieneusi in pet birds in China. Birds are important sources of emerging infectious diseases that affect humans, and immunosuppressed individuals can ...
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- Gisela González-Hein; Isabel Aguirre Gil; Rodolfo Sanchez; Bernardo Huaracan
- Journal of avian medicine and surgery 2019 v.33 no.2 pp. 141-149
- Aves polyomavirus 1; Beak and feather disease virus; beak; bird diseases; birds; feathers; genes; genetic variation; hosts; polymerase chain reaction; Chile
- ... Avian polyomavirus disease and psittacine beak and feather disease (PBFD) are both contagious viral diseases in psittacine birds with similar clinical manifestations and characterized by abnormal feathers. To determine the prevalence of Aves polyomavirus 1 (APyV) and beak and feather disease virus (BFDV) in captive, exotic psittacine birds in Chile, feathers from 250 psittacine birds, representing ...
- Mikas Ilgūnas; Carolina Romeiro Fernandes Chagas; Dovilė Bukauskaitė; Rasa Bernotienė; Tatjana Iezhova; Gediminas Valkiūnas
- Parasites & vectors 2019 v.12 no.1 pp. 516
- Bayesian theory; Culicoides impunctatus; DNA; Haemoproteus; Parus major; Turdus; bird diseases; birds; blood; gametocytes; genes; genetic analysis; genetic variation; hemoparasites; histology; hosts; merozoites; microscopy; nucleotide sequences; pathogens; phylogeny; polymerase chain reaction; sporogony
- ... BACKGROUND: Haemoproteus parasites (Haemosporida, Haemoproteidae) are cosmopolitan in birds and recent molecular studies indicate enormous genetic diversity of these pathogens, which cause diseases in non-adapted avian hosts. However, life-cycles remain unknown for the majority of Haemoproteus species. Information on their exoerythrocytic development is particularly fragmental and controversial. T ...
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