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Title: The first workshop towards the control of cestode zoonoses in Asia and Africa
Authors: Akira Ito
Munehiro Okamoto
Tiaoying Li
Toni Wandra
Nyoman S. Dharmawan
Kadek I. Swastika
Paron Dekumyoy
Teera Kusolsuk
Abmed Davvajav
Anu Davaasuren
Temuulen Dorjsuren
Sissay M. Mekonnen
Zerihun H. Negasi
Tetsuya Yanagida
Yasuhito Sako
Minoru Nakao
Kazuhiro Nakaya
Antti J. Lavikainen
Agathe Nkouawa
Tahereh Mohammadzadeh
Asahikawa Medical University
Kyoto University
Sichuan Provincial CDC
Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia
Universitas Udayana
Mahidol University
Ministry of Health
Health Science University of Mongolia
Haramaya University
University of Helsinki Haartman Institute
Keywords: Immunology and Microbiology;Medicine
Issue Date: 23-Jun-2011
Citation: Parasites and Vectors. Vol.4, No.1 (2011)
Abstract: The first workshop towards the control of cestode zoonoses in Asia and Africa was held in Asahikawa Medical University, Japan on 15 and 16 Feb 2011. This meeting was fully supported by the Asian Science and Technology Strategic Cooperation Promotion Programs sponsored by the Special Coordination Funds for Promoting Science and Technology, the Ministry of Education Japan (MEXT) for 3 years from 2010 to Akira Ito. A total of 24 researchers from 9 countries joined together and discussed the present situation and problems towards the control of cestode zoonoses. As the meeting was simultaneously for the establishment of joint international, either bilateral or multilateral collaboration projects, the main purposes were directed to 1) how to detect taeniasis/cysticercosis infected patients, 2) how to differentiate Taenia solium from two other human Taenia species, T. saginata and T. asiatica, 3) how to evaluate T. asiatica based on the evidence of hybrid and hybrid-derived adult tapeworms from Thailand and China, 4) how to evaluate T. solium and T. hyaenae and other Taenia species from the wild animals in Ethiopia, and 5) how to detect echinococcosis patients and 6) how to differentiate Echinococcus species worldwide. Such important topics are summarized in this meeting report. © 2011 Ito et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.
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http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/12032
ISSN: 17563305
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