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PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, ISSN 1935-2727, 03/2017, Volume 11, Issue 3, p. e0005393
Background No investigations have been undertaken of risk factors for intensity of soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infection in Timor-Leste. This study... 
NIGERIA | ASCARIS-LUMBRICOIDES | PREDISPOSITION | COMMUNITY CONTROL | MASS | HOOKWORM INFECTION | POPULATION-DYNAMICS | EPIDEMIOLOGY | EGGS | PARASITOLOGY | TROPICAL MEDICINE | Helminths - isolation & purification | Humans | Middle Aged | Child, Preschool | Infant | Male | Helminthiasis - epidemiology | Timor-Leste - epidemiology | Young Adult | Molecular Diagnostic Techniques | Feces - parasitology | Intestinal Diseases, Parasitic - epidemiology | Aged, 80 and over | Adult | Female | Surveys and Questionnaires | Child | Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction | Cross-Sectional Studies | Helminths - genetics | Risk Factors | Environmental Exposure | Random Allocation | Animals | Adolescent | Soil - chemistry | Aged | Meteorological Concepts | Hygiene | Water Microbiology | Sanitation - methods | Prevention | Disease transmission | Research | Hand washing | Health aspects | Helminthiasis | Demography | Sandy loam | Laboratories | Communities | Sandy soils | Sanitation | Soil investigations | Biology | Infections | Risk factors | Tropical diseases | Ecological risk assessment | Alkaline soils | Demographic variables | Confidence intervals | Ethics | Demographics | Population | Cross sections | Water shortages | Public health | Medical research | Households | Health risks | Socio-economic aspects | Environmental factors | Regression analysis | Loam | Risk analysis | Environmental risk | Medicine | Studies | Polymerase chain reaction | Infectious diseases | Loam soils | Collaboration | Socioeconomic factors | Water quality
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International Journal for Parasitology, ISSN 0020-7519, 11/2013, Volume 43, Issue 12-13, pp. 1009 - 1015
•Ancylostoma ceylanicum is a predominant hookworm of dogs and cats in Asia.•Ancylostoma ceylanicum is the second most common hookworm infecting humans in... 
Hookworm | Zoonosis | Emerging disease | Ancylostoma ceylanicum | BLOOD-LOSS | HUMANS | PREVALENCE | RESPONSES | NECATOR-AMERICANUS | DOGS | DOMESTIC CATS | BRAZILIENSE | HOOKWORM INFECTION | CANINE | PARASITOLOGY | Asia - epidemiology | Animals | Ancylostomiasis - epidemiology | Communicable Diseases, Emerging - parasitology | Humans | Ancylostoma | Communicable Diseases, Emerging - epidemiology | Zoonoses
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PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, ISSN 1935-2727, 01/2016, Volume 10, Issue 1, p. e0004380
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PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, ISSN 1935-2727, 07/2017, Volume 11, Issue 7, p. e0005734
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Parasites and Vectors, ISSN 1756-3305, 04/2017, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 192 - 15
Background: Timor-Leste has a high prevalence of soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections. High proportions of the population have been reported as being... 
Anaemia | Stunting | Wasting | Necator americanus | Soil-transmitted helminths | Morbidity | PCR | Ascaris | RISK-FACTORS | ANCYLOSTOMA-DUODENALE | SENSITIVITY | IRON-DEFICIENCY | TROPICAL MEDICINE | IMPACT | NECATOR-AMERICANUS | ANEMIA | HOOKWORM INFECTION | PARASITE | PARASITOLOGY | Ascaris - isolation & purification | Helminths - isolation & purification | Soil - parasitology | Prevalence | Thinness - etiology | Humans | Sanitation | Child, Preschool | Growth Disorders - etiology | Male | Growth Disorders - parasitology | Helminthiasis - epidemiology | Statistics as Topic | Helminthiasis - transmission | Timor-Leste - epidemiology | Feces - parasitology | Rural Population | Growth Disorders - epidemiology | Thinness - parasitology | Female | Child Development | Nutritional Status | Child | Necator americanus - isolation & purification | Cross-Sectional Studies | Helminths - genetics | Risk Factors | Helminthiasis - parasitology | Thinness - epidemiology | Animals | Hemoglobins - analysis | Patient outcomes | Mortality | East Timor | Forecasts and trends | Children | Helminthiasis | Diseases | Inventories | Balances (scales) | Communities | Endemism | Chains (polymeric) | Epidemiology | Tropical diseases | Risk factors | Blood | Eggs | Aetiology | Proteins | Elevation | Etiology | Diagnosis | Feces | Cross sections | Species | Public health | Reserves | Malaria | Anemia | Vectors | Children & youth | Studies | Chemotherapy | Area | Body height | Disease transmission | Heat affected zone | Hygiene | Measurement | Drugs | Growth | Anthropometry | Transmission | Infections | Iron | Parasites | Databases | Intestine | Underweight | Polynomials | Mathematical models | Height | Malnutrition | Indicators | Age | Nutrition | Health | Hypersensitivity | Health risks | Finger | Data | Management | Estimates | Baseline studies | Blood levels | Computer programs | Pregnancy | Surveys | Albendazole | Womens health | Organizations | Community
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SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, ISSN 2045-2322, 09/2019, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 12644 - 10
Haemoparasites are responsible for some of the most prevalent and debilitating canine illnesses across the globe, whilst also posing a significant zoonotic... 
COMPANION ANIMALS | PARASITES | EHRLICHIA | BORNE DISEASES | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | DOGS | SEQUENCE | GENES | TRYPANOSOMA-EVANSI | IDENTIFICATION | CHALLENGES | Pathogens | Ectoparasites | Next-generation sequencing | Urinary tract | Parasites | Developing countries--LDCs
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