Hammondia isolated from dogs and foxes are genetically distinct

Cambridge Univ Press
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Parasitology, 2006, 132 (1), pp. 187 - 192
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Hammondia heydorni is regarded as a protozoan parasite that uses canids, e.g. dogs and foxes, as definitive hosts, but clinical signs of infection are rare. This study therefore took advantage of the opportunity to study an oocyst population from the fae
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