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    • First report of interspecific transmission of sarcoptic mange from Iberian ibex to wild boar 

      Valldeperes, Marta; Moroni, Barbara; Rossi, Luca; López‑Olvera, Jorge Ramón; Velarde, Roser; Molinar Min, Anna Rita; Mentaberre García, Gregorio; Serrano, Emmanuel; Angelone, Samer; Lavín, Santiago; Granados, José Enrique (BMC, 2021)
      Sarcoptic mange is a globally distributed parasitic disease caused by the burrowing mite Sarcoptes scabiei. This mite has a certain degree of host specificity, although interspecific transmission can occur among phylogenetically ...
    • Protective Effect of Intestinal Helminthiasis Against Tuberculosis Progression Is Abrogated by Intermittent Food Deprivation 

      Garrido Amaro, Cristina; Cardona, Paula; Gassó, Diana; Arias, Lilibeth; Velarde, Roser; Tvarijonativiciute, Asta; Serrano, Emmanuel; Cardona, Pere-Joan (Frontiers Media, 2021)
      Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is still a major challenge for humankind. Because regions with the highest incidence also have a high prevalence of helminthiasis and nutritional scarcity, we wanted to understand the impact ...