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Seasonal pattern of Echinococcus re-infection in owned dogs in Tibetan communities of Sichuan, China and its implications for control

Human cystic echinococcosis (CE) and alveolar echinococcosis (AE) are highly endemic in Tibetan communities of Sichuan Province. Previous research in the region indicated that domestic dog was the major source of human infection, and observations indicated that domestic dog could have more...

Journal Title: Infectious diseases of poverty 2016, Vol.5(1), p.60
Main Author: Wang, Qian
Other Authors: Yu, Wen-Jie , Zhong, Bo , Shang, Jing-Ye , Huang, Liang , Mastin, Alexander , Huang, Yan , Zhang, Guang-Jia , He, Wei , Giraudoux, Patrick , Wu, Wei-Ping , Craig, Philip S
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  • He, Wei
  • Giraudoux, Patrick
  • Wu, Wei-Ping
  • Craig, Philip S
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