DNA amplification approaches for the diagnosis of key parasitic helminth infections of humans
Parasitic helminths of humans are a major public health threat, particularly in developing countries. The rapid and reliable diagnosis of helminth infections is central to their control as well as for environmental monitoring and disease surveillance. Effective diagnosis is dependent on the sensitivity, specificity and reliability of the tests employed. The most commonly used diagnosis of helminth infections has been the microscopic detection of eggs in faecal samples. However, the eggs of...[Show more]
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