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Type of publication: PhD Thesis
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Year: 2018

Authors: Hodzic, Adnan

Title: Wild carnivores as Reservoirs for Ticks and Tick.

Other title: Carnivore Wildtiere als Reservoirwirt für Zecken und von Zecken übertragenen Krankheitserregern in Europa

Source: PhD-Arbeit, Vet. Med. Univ. Wien, pp. 83.


Duscher Georg

Vetmed Research Units:
Institute of Parasitology

Publication(s) resulting from University thesis:

Hodžić, A; Mrowietz, N; Cézanne, R; Bruckschwaiger, P; Punz, S; Habler, VE; Tomsik, V; Lazar, J; Duscher, GG; Glawischnig, W; Fuehrer, HP (2018): Occurrence and diversity of arthropod-transmitted pathogens in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in western Austria, and possible vertical (transplacental) transmission of Hepatozoon canis. Parasitology. 2018; 145(3):335-344

Hornok, S; Sándor, AD; Beck, R; Farkas, R; Beati, L; Kontschán, J; Takács, N; Földvári, G; Silaghi, C; Meyer-Kayser, E; Hodžić, A; Tomanović, S; Abdullah, S; Wall, R; Estrada-Peña, A [and 2 others] (2017): Contributions to the phylogeny of Ixodes (Pholeoixodes) canisuga, I. (Ph.) kaiseri, I. (Ph.) hexagonus and a simple pictorial key for the identification of their females. Parasit Vectors. 2017; 10(1):545
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Hodžić, A; Alić, A; Prašović, S; Otranto, D; Baneth, G; Duscher, GG (2017): Hepatozoon silvestris sp. nov.: morphological and molecular characterization of a new species of Hepatozoon (Adeleorina: Hepatozoidae) from the European wild cat (Felis silvestris silvestris). Parasitology. 2017; 144(5):650-661
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Hodžić, A; Cézanne, R; Duscher, GG; Harl, J; Glawischnig, W; Fuehrer, HP (2015): Candidatus Neoehrlichia sp. in an Austrian fox is distinct from Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis, but closer related to Candidatus Neoehrlichia lotoris. Parasit Vectors. 2015; 8:539
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