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Concomitant Infections

Concomitant Infections

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F. E. G. Cox, D. A. P. Bundy, D. Wakelin, J. M. Behnke, G. Sinski, E. Sinski, R. Poulin, C. R. Kennedy, A. Saul, I. A. Clark, A. P. Dobson, P. Ambroise-Thomas, P. L. Chiodini
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  • Date Published: August 2001
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521004978

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  • Humans and animals are frequently infected with at least one species of parasite and most also harbour other parasites or infectious agents. The interactions between these agents are often subtle and ignored by parasitologists, ecologists and immunologists. This volume explores these interactions in detail, with particular emphasis on their immunological and ecological aspects. There are also contributions on parasitic infections and AIDS and the problems of treating patients with multiple infections. This volume will be of interest to parasitologists, clinicians, veterinarians, immunologists, ecologists and anyone else dealing with parasitic, viral or bacterial infections in the laboratory or in the field.

    • Summarises current knowledge and indicates likely areas for future development
    • Authoritative and up-to-date accounts of specific topics given by experts in the field
    • An important source of information for research scientists
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    • Date Published: August 2001
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521004978
    • length: 96 pages
    • dimensions: 298 x 212 x 7 mm
    • weight: 0.38kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Concomitant infections: overview F. E. G. Cox
    Multiple infections with intestinal helminths in children D. A. P. Bundy
    Interactions involving rodent nematodes: experimental and field studies D. Wakelin, J. M. Behnke, G. Sinski and E. Sinski
    Interactions between species in helminth communities R. Poulin
    Diplosostomid eye flukes in roach and perch at Slapton Ley, South Devon, UK C. R. Kennedy
    Interactions between red blood cells and malaria parasites A. Saul
    Heterologous immunity revisited I. A. Clark
    Mathematical models of multiple infections A. P. Dobson
    Parasitic diseases and immunodeficiencies P. Ambroise-Thomas
    Chemotherapy for patients with multiple parasitic infections P. L. Chiodini.

  • Editors

    F. E. G. Cox, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

    L. H. Chappell

    Contributors

    F. E. G. Cox, D. A. P. Bundy, D. Wakelin, J. M. Behnke, G. Sinski, E. Sinski, R. Poulin, C. R. Kennedy, A. Saul, I. A. Clark, A. P. Dobson, P. Ambroise-Thomas, P. L. Chiodini

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