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18-Sep-2001The detection of Schistosoma mekongi infections in a natural population of Neotricula aperta at Khong Island, Laos, and the control of Mekong schistosomiasisS. W. Attwood; E. S. Upatham; V. R. Southgate; The Natural History Museum, London; Mahidol University; Burapha University
1-Jan-2004A DNA-sequence based phylogeny for triculine snails (Gastropoda: Pomatiopsidae: Triculinae), intermediate hosts for Schistosoma (Trematoda: Digenea): Phylogeography and the origin of NeotriculaS. W. Attwood; E. S. Upatham; Y. P. Zhang; Z. Q. Yang; V. R. Southgate; The Natural History Museum, London; Mahidol University; Kunming Institute of Zoology Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yunnan University
1-Sep-1997Infectivity of a Cambodian isolate of schistosoma mekongi to Neotricula aperta from northeast ThailandS. W. Attwood; V. Kitikoon; V. R. Southgate; Mahidol University; The Natural History Museum, London
1-Nov-1998Neotricula aperta (Gastropoda: Pomatiopsidae), the intermediate host of Schistosoma mekongi: Allozyme variation and relationships between Khmer, Lao, and Thai populationsS. W. Attwood; V. Kitikoon; V. R. Southgate; Mahidol University; The Natural History Museum, London
1-Jan-1999A new strain of Neotricula aperta found in Khammouanne Province, central Laos, and its compatibility with Schistosoma mekongiS. W. Attwood; E. S. Upatham; The Natural History Museum, London; Mahidol University
1-Jan-2003The phylogenetics of triculine snails (Rissooidea:Pomatiopsidae) from south-east Asia and southern China: Historical biogeography and the transmission of human schistosomiasisS. W. Attwood; S. Ambu; X. H. Meng; E. S. Upatham; F. S. Xu; V. R. Southgate; The Natural History Museum, London; Institute for Medical Research Kuala Lumpur; Sichuan Inst. of Parasitic Diseases; Mahidol University
1-Jan-2002The phylogeography of Asian Schistosoma (Trematoda: Schistosomatidae)S. W. Attwood; E. S. Upatham; X. H. Meng; D. C. Qiu; V. R. Southgate; The Natural History Museum, London; Mahidol University; Sichuan Inst. of Parasitic Diseases
18-Feb-2002Schistosoma ovuncatum n. sp. (Digenea: Schistosomatidae) from northwest Thailand and the historical biogeography of Southeast Asian Schistosoma Weinland, 1858S. W. Attwood; C. Panasoponkul; E. S. Upatham; X. H. Meng; V. R. Southgate; The Natural History Museum, London; Mahidol University; Sichuan Inst. of Parasitic Diseases
1-Apr-2004Schistosomes in the Xe Kong river of Cambodia: The detection of Schistosoma mekongi in a natural population of snails and observations on the intermediate host's distributionS. W. Attwood; I. Campbell; E. S. Upatham; D. Rollinson; The Natural History Museum, London; Mekong River Commission; Mahidol University; Burapha University