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insights into the epidemiology and genetic make-up of oesophagostomum bifurcum from human and non-human primates using molecular tools.the nodule worm oesophagostomum bifurcum (nematoda: strongylida) is a parasite of major human health importance predominantly in northern togo and ghana. currently, it is estimated that 0.25 million people are infected with this nematode, and at least 1 million people are at risk of infection. infection with this parasite causes significant disease as a consequence of encysted larvae in the wall of the large intestine. in spite of the health problems caused by o. bifurcum, there have been signif ...200616332292
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