Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, December 10th, 2002
Rosenthal and colleagues at the ARS Parasite Biology, Epidemiology and Systematics Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland, have been working to discern how similar parasitic species are related to one another and how to tell them apart. These parasites include Neospora, Hammondia, Besnoitia and Sarcocystis, which form cysts in the muscles of certain animals, wildlife and even people.
Rosenthal proposed to compare how...
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