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Histopathological and immunological diagnosis for parasitic zoonoses






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Histopathological and immunological diagnosis for parasitic zoonoses

The continuing importance of foodborne parasitic zoonoses (mainly helminthoses) in Japan is emphasized, and the detection of parasites in histopathological specimens is discussed and illustrated with examples. Immunoserological diagnosis (by ELISA) is then described, as are the problems and future tasks in the diagnosis of parasitoses.


Accession: 003161177



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