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- Chen, Jia-xu, et al. Show all 14 Authors
- Acta tropica 2020 v.202 pp. 105111
- Paragonimus; cough; crabs; drugs; eggs; eosinophilia; freshwater; health education; metacercariae; paragonimiasis; patients; public health; secretion; seroprevalence; tropical diseases; tuberculosis; China
- ... In July of 2012, mass infections with Paragonimus species were detected in the Henan province sickening 11 of 51 people. In May 2011, these individuals had participated in an excursion during which freshwater crabs were caught and served after being toasted. Before the group infections with Paraginimus species was confirmed, 5 of the 11 patients had been misdiagnosed as tuberculosis (TB) and treat ...
- Chen, Jia-Xu, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Acta tropica 2019 v.196 pp. 180-188
- diagnostic techniques; disease control; fascioliasis; humans; patients; public health; risk factors; ruminants; China
- ... Fascioliasis has emerged as a significant public health problem among ruminants and humans. Human fascioliasis is a neglected food-borne parasitic disease, which has emerged or reemerged in more than 60 countries worldwide. In China, the first case of human fascioliasis was reported in 1921 in Fujian Province. The first major outbreak of this parasitic disease in 29 patients occurred in 2012 in Yu ...
- Chen, Jia-Xu, et al. Show all 19 Authors
- Parasites & vectors 2018 v.11 no.1 pp. 379
- Babesia microti; Escherichia coli; Western blotting; animal models; antibodies; antibody detection; antigens; babesiosis; biomarkers; cell free system; disease course; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; erythrocytes; humans; immunoglobulin G; immunoglobulin M; mass spectrometry; mice; microarray technology; microscopy; parasitemia; parasites; patients; polymerase chain reaction; public health; recombinant proteins; screening; two-dimensional gel electrophoresis; vaccination; vaccine development; wheat germ
- ... BACKGROUND: Babesiosis is caused by the invasion of erythrocytes by parasites of the Babesia spp. Babesia microti is one of the primary causative agents of human babesiosis. To better understand the status of the disease, discovering key biomarkers of the different infection stages is crucial. RESULTS: This study investigated B. microti infection in the mouse model from 0 to 270 days post-infectio ...
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