Special Issue "Parasites and Wildlife"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2021) | Viewed by 34287
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Interests: molecular epidemiology and phenotypical characterization; infecto-contagious agents; public health and conservation
Interests: wildlife ecopathology; Toxoplasma spp; emerging infectious diseases; wildlife–livestock interface; epidemiology
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Special Issue in Animals: Toxoplasma Infection in Wild and Domestic Animals
In a changing world, most emerging infectious diseases have been propagated from the wilderness to anthropized areas. Today, research on parasites that may affect the biology and population equilibrium of their hosts is of major interest, especially when a One Health perspective is considered.
The present Special Issue aims to provide a collection of comprehensive investigations falling within a number of areas of interest such as epidemiology, diagnosis, emerging zoonoses, food safety, conservation issues, parasite–host interactions, and pathology in infections caused by parasites in wild host species.
We cordially invite you to share your recent findings through this Special Issue.
Dr. Rafael Calero-Bernal
Prof. Dr. Ignacio García-Bocanegra
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