Parasitology

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Cranking the heat on feline heartworm testing

Research shows that traditional methods for heartworm testing using nonheated samples likely underestimate the true prevalence of feline heartworm.

Merck completes acquisition of Sentinel parasite products

With the completion of this deal, Merck Animal Health now offers products that address all of the most common internal and external parasites affecting dogs.

New study lays groundwork for heartworm vaccine development

With heartworm infections on the rise, researchers from the University of Liverpool have identified two immunosuppressive proteins in Dirofilaria immitis as potential targets for a novel vaccine.

Study suggests multiple-drug resistance in canine hookworm an emerging problem

According to the findings of a new study, the rise and spread of resistant Ancylostoma caninum isn’t just bad news for dogs. It may be a sign of what’s to come for human hookworm infections as well.

Studies show safety, efficacy of Simparica Trio

Three studies evaluate the efficacy and safety of Simparica Trio against canine flea and tick infestations in both laboratory and natural conditions.