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Collection of scientific researches of foodborne parasitic diseases

1.I. Edward Alcamo; Jennifer M. Warner (2009). Schaum's Outline of Microbiology. McGraw Hill Professional. pp. 144-.ISBN 978-0-07-162326-1.

2.Nyle C. Brady and Ray R. Weil (2009).Elements of the Nature and Properties of Soils (3rd Edition). Prentice Hall.ISBN 9780135014332.

3.Marcela F. Lopes, Dario S. Zamboni, Hugo D. Lujan et al., (2012). Immunity to Protozoan Parasites.Journal of Parasitology Research, Vol. 2012, Article ID 250793.

4.Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute. Procedures for the recovery and identification of parasites from the intestinal tract; approved guideline. CLSI document M28-A2. 2nd ed. Wayne, PA: Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute; 2005.

5.Johnston SP, Ballard MM, Beach MJ et al., (2003).Evaluation of three commercial assays for detection of GiardiaandCryptosporidiumorganisms in fecal specimens.J Clin Microbiol.2003;41(2):623-6.

6.Johnston SP, Sriram R, Qvarnstrom Y, Roy S, Verani J (2009).Resistance of Acanthamoeba cysts to disinfection in multiple contact lens solutions".J Clin Microbiol47(7): 2040-5.

7.Ma?arov, Lucia; Trnkov, Katarnaet al.,(2010), A real-time PCR diagnostic method for detection ofNaegleria fowleri,Experimental Parasitology126(1): 37-41.

8.Sarkar P, Gerba C (2012), Inactivation ofNaegleria fowleriby chlorine and ultraviolet light.J AWWA.2012;104:51-2.

9.Shoff ME, Joslin CE, Tu EY, Kubatko L, Fuerst PA (2008). Efficacy of contact lens systems against recent clinical and tap water Acanthamoeba isolates.Cornea27(6): 713-9.


10.Yoder JS, Eddy BA, Visvesvara GSet al.,(2010),The epidemiology of primary amoebic meningoencephalitis in the USA, 1962-2008,Epidemiol Infect.2010;138:968-75.

11.Parasites and Health: Balantidiasis [Balantidium coli] DPDx - Balantidiasis. 5 Dec. 2008. CDC Division ofParasiticDiseases. 16 May 2009.

12.Schister,FrederickL., Lynn Ramirez-Avila (2008).Current World Status ofBalantidium coli.Clinical MicrobiologyReview21(4): 626?638.

13.Arora DR, Arora B (2009). AIDS-associated parasitic diarrhoea.Indian J Med Microbiol.;27(3):185-90.

14.Baldursson S, Karanis P. (2011). Waterborne transmission of protozoan parasites: review of worldwide outbreaks - an update 2004-2010.Water Res. Dec 15 2011;45(20):6603-14.

15.Ben Ayed L, Yang W, Widmer Get al.,(2012). Survey and genetic characterization of wastewater in Tunisia forCryptosporidiumspp.,Giardia duodenalis, Enterocytozoon bieneusi, Cyclospora cayetanensisandEimeria spp.J Water Health.(3):431-44.

16.Karanja RM, Gatei W, Wamae N (2007).Cyclosporiasis: an emerging public health concern around the world and in Africa.Afr Health Sci. Jun 2007;7(2):62-7.

17.Trk M, Trker M, Ak M, Karaayak B, Kaya T (2004).Cyclosporiasis associated with diarrhoea in an immunocompetent patient in Turkey.J. Med. Microbiol.53(Pt 3): 255-7.

18.Yu JR, Sohn WM (2003).A case of human cyclosporiasis causing traveler's diarrhea after visiting Indonesia".J. Korean Med. Sci.18(5): 738-41.

19.elasquez, J., Osvaldo, G., Risio, C. D., Etchartet al.,(2014), Molecular characterization ofCystoisospora belliand unizoite tissue cyst in patients with Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.Parasitology,138, 279-286.

20.Fukuyo M., Battsetseg G., Byambaa B. (2002) Prevalence ofSarcocystisinfection in meat-producing animals in Mongolia.Southeast Asian J. Trop. Med. Public Health.33(3):490-495.


21.Alvarado-Esquivel, C, Liesenfeld, O.et al(2010).Seroepidemiology of Infection withToxoplasma gondiiin workers occupationally exposed to water, sewage, and soil in Durango, Mexico.Journal of Parasitology96(5): 847-850.

22.Cook, AJ; Gilbert, RE; Buffolano, W; Zuffereyet al.,(2000).Sources of Toxoplasma infection in pregnant women: European multicentre case-control study. European Research Network o­n Congenital Toxoplasmosis,BMJ (Clinical research ed.)321(7254): 142-7.

23.Dattoli, V. C. C.; Veiga, R. V.et al., (2011).Oocyst ingestion as an important transmission route ofToxoplasma gondiiin Brazilian urban children.Journal of Parasitology97(6): 1080-1084.

24.Dubey, JP; Ferreira, LR; Martinset al.,(2011). Sporulation and survival ofToxoplasmagondiioocysts in different types of commercial cat litter.The Journal of parasitology97(5): 751-4.

25.Dubey JP, Velmurugan GV, Rajendran Cet al, (2011).Genetic characterisation ofToxoplasma gondiiin wildlife from North America revealed widespread and high prevalence of the fourth clonal type.Int. J. Parasitol.41(11):1139-47.


26.Flegr, Jet al.,(2013).Influence of latentToxoplasmainfection o­n human personality, physiology and morphology: Pros and cons of theToxoplasma-human model in studying the manipulation hypothesis.The Journal of Experimental Biology216:127-33.

27.Jones, JL; Dargelas, V; Roberts, J; Presset al.,(2009). Risk factors forToxoplasma gondiiinfection in the United States.Clinical Infectious Diseases49(6):878-84.

28.McConkey, GA; Martin, HL, Webster, JP (2013).Toxoplasma gondiiinfection and behaviour -location?.The Journal of Experimental Biology216: 113-9.

29.Miller, CM; Boulter, NR; Ikin, RJ et al., (2009), The immunobiology of the innate response to Toxoplasma gondii,International Journal for Parasitology39(1):23-39.

30.Pappas, G; Roussos, N; Falagas, ME (2009), Toxoplasmosis snapshots: global status ofToxoplasma gondiiseroprevalence and implications for pregnancy and congenital toxoplasmosis.International Journal for Parasitology39(12): 1385-94.

31.Sakikawa, M; Noda, S; Hanaoka, M; Nakayama, Het al(2012),Anti-Toxoplasma antibody prevalence, primary infection rate, and risk factors in a study of toxoplasmosis in 4,466 pregnant women in Japan.Clinical and Vaccine Immunology : CVI19(3): 365-7.

32.Webster, JP; Kaushik, M; Bristow, GC; McConkey, GA (2013).Toxoplasma gondiiinfection, from predation to schizophrenia: can animal behaviour help us understand human behaviour.The Journal of experimental biology216(Pt 1): 99-112.

33.Gallas-Lindemann, C.; Sotiriadou, I.; Mahmoodi, M. R.; Karanis, P. (2013), Detection of Toxoplasma gondii oocysts in different water resources by Loop Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP)".Acta Tropica125(2): 231-36.

34.Aikawa NE, Twardowsky Ade O, Carvalho JF, Silva CAet al.Intestinal microsporidiosis: a hidden risk in rheumatic disease patients undergoing anti-tumor necrosis factor therapy combined with disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs?Clinics. 2011;66(7):1171-5.


35.Didier, ES. (2005), Microsporidiosis: An emerging and opportunistic infection in humans and animals.Acta Trop94(1): 61-76.

36.Heinz E, Williams TA, Nakjang Set al., (2012). The genome of the obligate intracellular parasiteTrachipleistophora hominis: New insights into microsporidian genome dynamics and reductive evolution.PLoS Pathog.2012 Oct;8(10):e1002979.

37.Ironside JEet al.,(2007).Multiple losses of sex within a single genus of microsporidia.BMC Evolutionary Biology7: 48.

38.Scallan E, Griffin PM, Angulo FJ, Tauxe RV (2011).Foodborne illness acquired in the United States-unspecified agents.Emerging Infectious Diseases.2011;17(1):16-22.

39.CDC (2010). Surveillance for foodborne disease outbreaks-United States, 2007.Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.2010;59(31):973?979.

40.Scallan, E., Griffin, P.M., Angulo, F.J., Tauxe, R.V. & Hoekstra, R.M. 2011. Foodborne illness acquired in the United States - unspecified agents.Emerging Infectious Diseases,17(1):16-22.

41.Scallan, E., Hoekstra, R.M., Angulo, F.J., Tauxe, R.V. (2011). Foodborne illness acquired in the United States-major pathogens.Emerging Infectious Diseases,17(1): 7-15.

42.Thomas, M.K., Murray, R., Flockhart, L., Pintar, K., (2013). Estimates of the burden of foodborne illness in Canada for 30 specified pathogens and unspecified agents, circa 2006.Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, 10(7):639-648.

43.Havelaar, A.H., Haagsma, J.A., Mangen, M.J.J., Kemmeren, J.M et al., (2012). Disease burden of foodborne pathogens in the Netherlands, 2009. InternationalJournal of Food Microbiology, 156(3): 231-238.

44.Ford, L., Kirk, M., Glass, K. & Hall, G. (2014). Sequelae of foodborne illness caused by 5 Pathogens, Australia, Circa 2010.Emerging Infectious Diseases, 20(11): 1865-1871.

45.Kirk, M., Ford, L., Glass, K. & Hall, G. (2014).Foodborne illness, Australia, Circa 2000 and Circa 2010.Emerging Infectious Diseases, 20(11):1857-1864.


46.Vaillant, V., de Valk, H., Baron, E., Ancelle, T., Colin, P., (2005).Foodborne infections in France.Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, 2(3):221-232.

47.Tam, C.C., Rodrigues, L.C., Viviani, L., Dodds, J.P., Evans, M.R., Hunter, (2012). Longitudinal study of infectious intestinal disease in the UK: incidence in the community and presenting to general practice.Gut, 61(1): 69-77.

48.Lake, R.J., Cressey, P.J., Campbell, D.M. & Oakley, E (2010). Risk ranking for foodborne microbial hazards in New Zealand: burden of disease estimates.Risk Analysis, 30(5): 743?752.

49.Murrell, K.D. & Pozio, E. 2011. Worldwide occurrence and impact of human trichinellosis, 1986-2009.Emerging Infectious Diseases,17(12):2194-2202.


 

50.Torgerson, P.R., Keller, K., Magnotta, M. & Ragland, N. (2010).The global burden of alveolar echinococcosis.PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases,4: e722.

51.Carabin, H., Ndimubanzi, P.C., Budke, C.M., Nguyen, H., (2011). Clinical manifestations associated with neurocysticercosis: A systematic review.PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 5(5): Art e1152.

52.Ndimubanzi, P.C., Carabin, H., Budke, C.M., Nguyen, H., Qian, Y.J. (2010). A systematic review of the frequency of neurocysticercosis with a focus o­n people with epilepsy.PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 4(11): Art e870.

53.Budke, C.M., Carabin, H., Ndimubanzi, P.C., Nguyen, H. (2013). A systematic review of the literature o­n cystic echinococcosis frequency worldwide and its associated clinicalmanifestations.American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene,88(6): 1011-1027.


54.Torgerson, P.R. & Mastroiacovo, P. (2013).The global burden of congenital toxoplasmosis : A systematic review. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 91(7):501-508.

55.Furst, T., Keiser, J. & Utzinger, J. (2012). Global burden of human food-borne trematodiasis: a systematic review and meta-analysis.Lancet Infectious Diseases,12(3): 210-221.

56.Furst, T., Sayasone, S., Odermatt, P., Keiser, J. & Utzinger, J. (2012). Manifestation, diagnosis, and management of foodborne trematodiasis.British Medical Journal, 344:Art e4093.79.

57.McDonald, S.A., Devleesschauwer, B., Speybroeck, N., Hens, N., Praet (2015). Data-driven methods for imputing national-level incidence in global burden of disease studies.Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 93(4): 228-236.

58.Mas-Coma, S., Bargues, M.D. &Valero, M.A. (2005).Fascioliasis and other plant-borne trematode zoonoses.International Journal of Parasitology, 35(11-12):1255-1278.

59.Devleesschauwer, B., Praet, N., Speybroeck, N., (2015). The low global burden of trichinellosis: Evidence and implications.International Journal for Parasitology, 45(2-3): 95-99.

60.Torgerson, P.R. & Mastroiacovo, P. (2013).The global burden of congenital toxoplasmosis: A systematic review. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 91(7):501-508.  

 

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