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*  Trichinella
... is known as the smallest human nematode parasite, yet it is also the largest of all intracellular parasites. Oral ... To help prevent Trichinella infection in animal populations, pigs or wild animals should be prevented from eating uncooked meat ... Trichinella is the genus of parasitic roundworms of the phylum Nematoda that cause trichinosis (also known as trichinellosis). ... Trichinella species can infect swine, horses, wild animals (foxes, wolves, bears, skunk, raccoons, rats, and other small ...
*  Trichinella papuae
Pozio, E; Owen, I.L; La Rosa, G; Sacchi, L; Rossi, P; Corona, S (1999). "Trichinella papuae n.sp. (Nematoda), a new non- ... Trichinella papuae is a nematode parasite responsible for a zoonotic disease called trichinellosis, predominantly in Thailand. ... 164:350-352 Owen, Ifor L.; Reid, Simon A. (2007). "Survival of Trichinella papuae muscle larvae in a pig carcass maintained ... Currently, eight species of Trichinella are known. T. papuae is a nonencapsulated species, found in domestic and sylvatic swine ...
*  Trichinella nativa
... is a nematode worm, one of the species of the Trichinella genus, found in arctic and subarctic regions. It ... Its lifecycle and pathogenesis are similar to Trichinella spiralis; T. nativa also can cause trichinosis. This nematode infects ...
*  Trichinella spiralis
Chapter 1 on Trichinella spiralis. "The Trichinella Page". Trichinella.org. Columbia University. "Trichina life cycle". Centers ... Trichinella spiralis can live the majority of its adult life in the intestines of humans. To begin its life cycle, Trichinella ... Available at http://www.aphis.usda.gov/vs/trichinella/. "Epidemiology of Trichinella". www.trichinella.org. Retrieved 2016-05- ... Female Trichinella worms live for about six weeks, and in that time can produce up to 1,500 larvae; when a spent female dies, ...
*  Trichinella britovi
Currently, eight species of Trichinella are known, only three of which cause trichinellosis, and Trichinella britovi is one of ... In the 1960s, "trichinella infection" was documented in Senegal, West Africa. A survey of 160 wild animals from that region ... 1971). "Trichinella britovi etiological agent of sylvatic trichinellosis in the Republic of Guinea (West Africa) and a re- ... Trichinella britovi is a nematode parasite responsible for a zoonotic disease called trichinellosis. ...
*  Roadkill cuisine
There is some risk of trichinellosis if bear meat contaminated with Trichinella nativa is under-cooked. In 2008, protesters ... ISBN 0-87923-667-1. "An outbreak of trichinellosis due to consumption of bear meat infected with Trichinella nativa, in 2 ... "ProMED Summary of Trichinellosis Outbreaks (2001-2005)". Trichinella.org. Retrieved 2009-08-28. Winsa, Patty (May 25, 2012). " ...
*  Rudolf Virchow
Virchow worked out the life cycle of a roundworm Trichinella spiralis. Virchow noticed a mass of circular white flecks in the ... Nöckler, K (2000). "Current status of the discussion on the certification of so-called "Trichinella-free areas"". Berliner und ... His description of the transmission cycle of a roundworm Trichinella spiralis established the importance of meat inspection, ... "Discovery of Life Cycle". Trichinella.org. Retrieved 24 November 2014. ...
*  Polar bear
Larsen, Thor; Kjos-Hanssen, Bjørn (1983). "Trichinella sp. in polar bears from Svalbard, in relation to hide length and age". ... Polar bears are especially susceptible to Trichinella, a parasitic roundworm they contract through cannibalism, although ...
*  Trichinosis
... to reduce the incidence of Trichinella in swine. The CDC reports 0.013% of U.S. swine are infected with Trichinella. As is ... About 11 million humans are infected with Trichinella; Trichinella spiralis is the species responsible for most of these ... Several subtypes of Trichinella can cause disease with T. spiralis being the most common. After being eaten the larvae are ... Gu Y.; Li J.; Zhu X.; Yang J.; Li Q.; Liu Z.; Yu S.; Li Y. (2008). "Trichinella spiralis: Characterization of phage-displayed ...
*  Red fox
Trichinella spiralis rarely affects them. The most common tapeworm species in foxes are Taenia spiralis and T. pisiformis. ...
*  Brown rat
Trichinella pseudospiralis, a parasite previously not considered to be a potential pathogen in humans or domestic animals, has ... ISBN 0-8138-2978-X. Leiby, D. A.; Duffy, C. H.; Darwin Murrell, K.; Schad, G. A. (1990). "Trichinella spiralis in an ... Ranque, S; Faugère, B; Pozio, E; La Rosa, G; Tamburrini, A; Pellissier, JF; Brouqui, P (2000). "Trichinella pseudospiralis ... but the extent to which the brown rat is responsible in transmitting Trichinella larvae to humans and other synanthropic ...
*  Trichinellidae
The family Trichinellidae includes the genus Trichinella. Trichinella, also known as the trichina worm, is responsible for the ...
*  List of dog diseases
Trichinosis caused by Trichinella spiralis, T. britovi. Echinococcus granulosus is an infectious disease infecting dogs and ...
*  Raw feeding
Trichinella species in wildlife are resistant to freezing. In dogs and cats symptoms of trichinellosis would include mild ... While freezing pork at -15 °C (5 °F) for 20 days will kill any Trichinella spiralis worm, trichinosis is rare in countries with ...
*  Spotted hyena
Trichinella spiralis are found as cysts in hyena muscles. The spotted hyena's distribution once ranged in Europe from the ...
*  Albendazole
Trichinosis, when caused by Trichinella spiralis or T. pseudospiralis. Albendazole has a similar efficacy to thiabendazole, but ...
*  Immunoglobulin E
Watanabe N, Bruschi F, Korenaga M (2005). "IgE: a question of protective immunity in Trichinella spiralis infection". Trends ... Trichinella spiralis, and Fasciola hepatica. IgE is utilized during immune defense against certain protozoan parasites such as ...
*  Dickson Despommier
Research and findings on Trichinella spiralis, the causative agent of trichinosis, have resulted in a large body of literature ... Bell, R. G.; McGregor, D. D.; Despommier, D. D. (April 1979). "Trichinella spiralis: Mediation of the intestinal component of ... Despommier, D. D. (June 1990). "Trichinella spiralis: The worm that would be virus". Parasitology Today. 6 (6): 193-196. doi: ... Burnham, Jeffrey C.; Despommier, Dickson D. (April 1984). "Development of the Male Genitalia of Trichinella spiralis during the ...
*  Wild boar
... also carry parasites known to infect humans, including Gastrodiscoides, Trichinella spiralis, Taenia solium, and ... "Farmed wild boars exposed to Toxoplasma gondii and Trichinella spp". Veterinary Parasitology. 187 (1-2): 323-327. doi:10.1016/j ...
*  Pork
... is a parasitic disease caused by eating raw or undercooked pork infected with the larvae of a species of roundworm Trichinella ... "). "USDA Certified" bacon means that it has been treated for Trichinella. The canned meat Spam is made of chopped pork ...
*  Gray wolf
Wolves probably become infected with Trichinella spiralis by eating infected ungulates. Although T. spiralis isn't known to ...
*  Fisher (animal)
... nematode Trichinella spiralis and Molineus sp. Although fishers are competent tree climbers, they spend most of their time on ...
*  Parasitology
James Paget discovered the intestinal nematode Trichinella spiralis in humans in 1835. James McConnell described the human ...
*  4-Deoxypyridoxine
This immunosuppression can be beneficial in animal models of Trichinella spiralis infections. Coburn SP, Mahuren JD, ...
*  Eosinophilic pneumonia
This can include Trichinella spiralis, Strongyloides stercoralis, Ascaris lumbricoides, the hookworms, and the schistosomes. ...