Special Issue "Advances in Parasitic Diseases"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2023) | Viewed by 39348
Interests: mosquitoes and mosquito-borne pathogens; vectors and vector-borne pathogens; Calodium hepaticum; Plasmodium malariae; Plasmodium ovale spp.
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Special Issue in Parasitologia: Global Change and Parasites
Special Issue in Pathogens: Advances in Parasitic Diseases—Second Edition
Parasitic diseases constitute a major health burden in domestic animals and humans, but also in crop plants. Despite the considerable efforts of governmental and private bodies to develop and apply effective control measures for affected populations, considerable knowledge gaps and a lack of sustainable and economic control options still remain. However, advances in vaccine development and deeper insights into the dynamics of antiparasitic drug resistance and its prevention (or at least delay) have demonstrated progress in the combat of parasitic diseases. Global changes (including climate changes, landscape overuse and loss of biodiversity), however, appear to shift the development in the opposite direction, and the (re-)emergence of parasitic diseases threatens previous success. At the forefront, vector-borne and zoonotic parasites are of utmost concern. This Special Issue of Pathogens highlights the most recent advances in fundamental and applied research on parasitic diseases (in animals, humans and plants) with a focus on epidemiology, novel options for surveillance and control, and cutting-edge -omics analyses, which provide the basis for the development of effective long-term control.
Dr. Hans-Peter Fuehrer
Dr. Claudia Paredes-Esquivel
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- antiparasitic treatment
- antiparasitic resistance