Fasciola and fasciolosis in ruminants in Europe: Identifying research needs.

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Piedra 51859 using Indonesian thin tailed (ITT) sheep who display resistance to F. gigantica but not F. hepatica. ( Piedra fita et al., 2007)) demonstrated an ex vivo role for ADCC by eosinophils in killing F. gigantica but
Piedra 54311 resistance or protection against infection (Golden et al., 2010; Pleasance, Wiedosari, Raadsma, Meeusen, & Piedra fita, 2011). Mechanistically IgG2a is known to be responsible along with eosinophils in mediating ADCC
Piedra 58109 control of fasciolosis in livestock (McManus & Dalton, 2006; Molina‐Hernández et al., 2015; Toet, Piedra fita, & Spithill, 2014; Yap & Smooker, 2016). Fluke vaccine studies have been conducted in laboratory
fasciolosis 55 Title: Transboundary and Emerging DiseasesFasciola and fasciolosis in ruminants in Europe: Identifying research needsAlternative Title: BEESLEY et al.N. J. BeesleyC.
fasciolosis 1337 advances in our understanding of the transmission, diagnosis, epidemiology and the economic impact of fasciolosis . We also focus on the impact of the spread of resistance to anthelmintics used to control F. hepatica
fasciolosis 2060 are likely to be exacerbated by climate change.BeesleyNJ, CaminadeC, CharlierJ, et al. Fasciola and fasciolosis in ruminants in Europe: Identifying research needs. Transbound Emerg Dis. 2018;65(Suppl. 1):199–216.
fasciolosis 3851 of other pathogens including bovine tuberculosis (Claridge et al., 2012).This review will focus on fasciolosis in Europe, caused by F. hepatica and will build on the many recent reviews of all aspects of fluke
fasciolosis 4225 review highlights the importance of the snail intermediate host; recent developments in epidemiology of fasciolosis and the predicted impact of climate change on its prevalence and spatial distribution; what improvements
fasciolosis 7677 1972); yet detailed characterization of snail habitats is crucial to be able to predict the risk of fasciolosis at the individual farm level (Charlier et al., 2011). Using remote sensing methods, particularly soil
fasciolosis 34826 2016).Martínez‐Sernández et al. (2011) developed a lateral flow test (SeroFluke) for the serodiagnosis of human fasciolosis . In comparison with an ELISA test (MM3‐SERO), the SeroFluke test showed excellent specificity and
fasciolosis 36932 (Kelley et al., 2016). As a result, TCBZ has become the drug of choice, particularly for treating acute fasciolosis in sheep, but this overreliance on TCBZ has inevitably resulted in the emergence of TCBZ‐resistance (TCBZ‐R)
fasciolosis 58018 vaccines have been considered a promising and economically viable alternative strategy for the control of fasciolosis in livestock (McManus & Dalton, 2006; Molina‐Hernández et al., 2015; Toet, Piedrafita, & Spithill,
fasciolosis 65779 cattle, sheep and goats, suggest a fluke vaccine is a feasible and viable method for the control of fasciolosis in livestock that will lessen anthelmintic use and slow the spread resistance. Nevertheless, much more
tuberculosis 3787 host's immune system, affecting susceptibility to and diagnosis of other pathogens including bovine tuberculosis (Claridge et al., 2012).This review will focus on fasciolosis in Europe, caused by F. hepatica and

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