2017
DOI: 10.4236/ojas.2017.73025
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<i>Leishmania</i> in Marsupials—An Overview of Infection Records in the Americas and Australia

Abstract: Marsupials have been the subjects of studies of both experimental and natural infections with different species of Leishmania in the Americas as well as Australia. Over a century has passed since the first description of a mammal being infected with Leishmania and since then several reviews have been published on the systematics of the parasites as well as their hosts. Consequently, an update of this information is needed in order to assure correct identification of the species involved in each case. A compreh… Show more

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“…Australia [55] Red Kangaroo Macropus rufus Toxoplasma gondii Australia [60] Eimeria toganmainensis Australia [59] Eimeria wilcanniensis Australia [59] Eimeria macropodis Australia [59] Leishmania spp Australia [61] Western grey kangaroo…”
Section: Continued Eimeria Toganmainensismentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Australia [55] Red Kangaroo Macropus rufus Toxoplasma gondii Australia [60] Eimeria toganmainensis Australia [59] Eimeria wilcanniensis Australia [59] Eimeria macropodis Australia [59] Leishmania spp Australia [61] Western grey kangaroo…”
Section: Continued Eimeria Toganmainensismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Australia [60] Eimeria wilcanniensis Australia [59] Leishmania spp Australia [61] Red-necked wallaby…”
Section: Macropus Robustus Toxoplasma Gondiimentioning
confidence: 99%
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