Items where Salford Author is "Mastin, A"
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|Craig, PS, Mastin, A, van Kesteren, FH and Boufana, BS 2015, 'Echinococcus granulosus : epidemiology and state-of-the-art of diagnostics in animals' , Veterinary Parasitology, 213 (3-4) , pp. 132-148.|
|Van Kesteren, F, Piggott, KJ, Bengui, T, Kubri, SB, Mastin, A, Sillero-Zubiri, C, Paris, M, Millar, RP, Macdonald, DW, Shiferaw, F and Craig, PS 2015, 'Helminth parasites in the endangered Ethiopian wolf, Canis simensis' , Journal of Helminthology, 89 (4) , pp. 487-495.|
|Van Kesteren, F, Qi, X, Tao, J, Feng, X, Mastin, A, Craig, PS, Vuitton, DA, Duan, X, Chu, X, Zhu, J and Wen, H 2015, 'Independent evaluation of a canine Echinococcosis Control Programme in Hobukesar County, Xinjiang, China' , Acta Tropica, 145 , pp. 1-7.|
|Mastin, A, Van Kesteren, F, Torgerson, P, Zaidanov, I, Rogan, MT and Craig, PS 2015, 'Investigation of risk factors for Echinococcus coproantigen positivity in dogs in the Alay valley, Kyrgyzstan' , Journal of Helminthology . (Submitted) Item not available from this repository.|
|Van Kesteren, F, Mastin, A, Mytynova, B, Ziadinov, I, Boufana, BS, Torgerson, PR, Rogan, MT and Craig, PS 2013, 'Dog ownership, dog behaviour and transmission of Echinococcus spp. in the Alay Valley, southern Kyrgyzstan' , Parasitology, 140 (13) , pp. 1674-1684.|
|Mastin, A, Brouwer, A, Fox, M, Craig, PS, Guitián, J, Li, W and Stevens, K 2011, 'Spatial and temporal investigation of Echinococcus granulosus coproantigen prevalence in farm dogs in South Powys, Wales' , Veterinary Parasitology, 178 (1-2) , pp. 100-107.|
|Rushworth, RL, Boufana, BS, Hall, JL, Brannan, V, Mastin, A, Birtles, RJ, Craig, PS and Rogan, MT 'Rodentolepis straminea in an urban population of Apodemus sylvaticus in the UK' , Journal of Helminthology . (Submitted)|
|Mastin, AJ 2015, Canine echinococcosis in Kyrgyzstan : detection, diagnosis, and dynamics , PhD thesis, University of Salford.|
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