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PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, ISSN 1935-2727, 04/2013, Volume 7, Issue 4
Background The taxonomic distinctiveness of Ascaris lumbricoides and A. suum, two of the world's most significant nematodes, still represents a much-debated... 
Haplotypes | Hogs | Hypotheses | Phylogenetics | Nematodes | Genetic diversity | Infections | Epidemiology | Tropical diseases
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