roundworm


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At day 19, 72 out of 86 patients (84%) with roundworm infection and 42 out of 124 patients with whipworm infection (34%) were cured on mebendazole, versus 9 out of 81 (11%) with roundworm and 9 out of 119 (8%) with whipworm on placebo.
A: The most common parasitic worms that infest Filipinos are roundworms, notably ascaris, whipworm, hookworm and pinworm.
Anthelmintic resistant roundworms are a rapidly increasing problem for the UK livestock industry and Dr Kenyon is encouraging farmers to work with their vet to develop a specific, targeted worming strategy for their farm.
But there was no sign of eggs in soil from the skull, and very few in the soil that surrounded the grave, suggesting the eggs in the pelvis area resulted from a roundworm infection, rather than external contamination by the later dumping of human waste in the area.
In the study, a total of 12 fungi and roundworm species were applied to wireworm-infested soil.
If you ship infested packaging CONUS or OCONUS, you're helping to spread the roundworm and its infestation.
They have mixed DNA from roundworm with that of pigs to produce swine with high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, which are believed to stave off heart disease.
A third project, still in development, will bring together researchers from Duke, Fred Hutchinson, and MIT to study gene response to toxic metals in four different model systems: human cells, mice, zebrafish, and Caenorhabditis elegans, a unique roundworm whose genome is fully mapped.
An outbreak of eosinophilic meningitis caused by the roundworm Angiostrongylus cantonensis has been reported among 12 young adults from the United States who visited Jamaica in 2000.
Ten of the 12 severe or fatal cases of raccoon roundworm encephalitis identified in the United States since 1981 have occurred in children aged 9 months-6 years (MMWR 50[51]:1153-55, 2002).
Ten of the 12 cases of severe or fatal cases of raccoon roundworm encephalitis identified in the United States since 1981 have occurred in children aged 9 months-6 years (MMWR 50[51]:1153-55, 2002).
Bill went on to describe how the roundworm got into the boy's eye.
Hookworms, a roundworm that lives in the digestive tracts of canines, sucking blood and causing anemia.
1998 scientists decipher the genome of the first multicellular organism--a roundworm known as Caenorhabditis elegans.
Kim won the $90,000 prize for his work with the millimeter-long roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans.