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                            Advances in Parasitology, Volume 42
Copyright Page
Contents
Contributors to Volume 42
Preface
Chapter 1. The Southern Cone Initiative Against Chagas Disease
	1. Introduction
	2. Epidemiology of Chagas Disease
	3. Chagas Disease in the Southern Cone
	4. Experience in Chagas Disease Vector Control
	5. Development of the Southern Cone Programme
	6. Implementation of the Southern Cone Programme
	7. Results
	8. Reinfestation of Treated Houses
	9. Political Developments
	Acknowledgements
	References
Chapter 2. Phytomonas and Other Trypanosomatid Parasites of Plants and Fruit
	1. Introduction
	2. Early Nomenclature
	3. Morphology
	4. Occurrence and World Distribution
	5. Culture and Nutrition
	6. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
	7. Taxonomy and Identification
	8. Phylogeny
	9. Pathogenesis
	10. Transmission
	11. Reservoirs
	12. Diagnosis
	13. Treatment and Prophylaxis
	Appendix
	References
Chapter 3. Paragonimiasis and the Genus Paragonimus
	1. Introduction
	2. Morphology and Taxonomy
	3. Life Cycles of Paragonimus Species
	4. Strains, Species and Genetics
	5. The Species of Paragonimus
	6. Paragonimus Species as Parasites of Humans and Domestic Animals
	7. Biochemistry and Physiology
	8. Paragonimus Species as Model Organisms
	Acknowledgements
	References
Chapter 4. Immunology and Biochemistry of Hymenolepis diminuta
	1. Introduction
	2. The Nature of Immunity to Hymenolepis diminuta in the Rat
	3. Metabolism
	4. Strain Variation and the Crowding Effect
	5. Conclusion
	Acknowledgements
	References
Chapter 5. Control Strategies for Human Intestinal Nematode Infections
	1. Introduction
	2. Public Health Relevance of Intestinal Helminths: Recent Estimates
	3. Infection Control or Disease Control?
	4. Strategies for Control: an Update
	5. Planning an Intestinal Helminth Control Programme
	6. Intestinal Helminth Control Programmes: Country Experience
	7. Cost-effectiveness and Sustainability
	8. Drug Resistance
	9. Future Directions
	References
Chapter 6. DNA Vaccines: Technology and Application as Anti-parasite and Anti-microbial Agents
	1. Introduction
	2. Plasmid Vectors Available for DNAVaccine Use
	3. RNA Vaccines
	4. Methods of Delivery
	5. Immune Responses Generated by Nucleic Acid
	6. Use of DNAVaccines Against Infectious and Parasitic Diseases
	7. Nucleic Acids as Anti-cancer Vaccines
	8. DNA Vaccines in Gene Therapy
	9. Safety Issues
	10. Final Comments
	Acknowledgements
	References
Index
                        
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Miyazaki, I . and Habe, S. (1979). Paragonimus westermanijlipinus Miyazaki, 1978,
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Miyazaki, I . and Ishii, Y. (1968a). Comparative study of the Mexican lung fluke
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Miyazaki, I . and Ishii, Y. (1968b). Studies on the Mexican lung flukes, with special

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Miyazaki, I. and Kwo, E.H. (1969). Potamiscus cognatus (Roux, 1936), a new crab
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Miyazaki, I., Mazabel, C., Grados, 0. and Uyema, N. (1975). Studies on the lung
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20, 243-249.

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INDEX 425

expulsion, role of antibodies 236
parasite burden, limiting factors

227-8
crowding effect 226, 227, 229, 242,

255
see also Hymenolepis diminuta

targeted treatment, anthelmintic
treatment strategies 296, 297

Tenebrio molitor, intermediary host,

tetraploid Paragonimus westermani

Th cell responses, DNA vaccines 3 6 6 7
theileriasis, DNA vaccines 382
thiabendazole 287, 289, 294-5
third generation vaccines see DNA

vaccines
tolerance, DNA vaccination, research

into potential 388
toxoplasmosis, DNA vaccines 383
transhydrogenase, Hymenolepis

transmission

drug resistance 326

Hymenolepis diminuta 224, 260

130-1

diminuta 246-8

intestinal helminths 302
rate reduction 285

plant and fruit flagellates 85-7

carbohydrate catabolism 183
see also Paragonimus sp.

trematodes

Triatoma brasiliensis 5
Triatoma costalimai 20
Triatoma infestans 2, 5

control strategy, Southern Cone

house spraying against 7-8
number of houses sprayed 14, 15
reinfection of treated houses 9,

results 14-19

13-14

19-2 1

dispersal, modes 6, 7
domestic reinfestation 20
features favouring control 6 7
population analysis 5

Triatoma pseudomaculata 20
Triatoma rubrovaria 20
Triatoma sordida 20-1
Triatoma vitticeps 20
Tribolium casteneym 260
Tribolium con fusum. intermediarv host.

Trichuris trichiura infection 279, 280
Mexico, prevalence 32 1
morbidity associated 280, 281, 282,

283
mortality rate 280

triclabendazole, paragonimiasis 1 80
Trinidad and Tobago, hartrot and

Trypanosoma cruzi 2
DNA vaccines 383
infection see Chagas disease
secondary vectors 20-1
transmission 3, 5

trypanosomatids of plants and fruit
early nomenclature 32-4
generic assignment 3 1 , 32, 33-4
lower trypanosomatids 34-5, 75

taxonomy 68-9
morphology 3 4 4 0
phylogeny 75
vectors in fruit 84
see also Crithidia oncopelti;

Herpetomonas; Leptomonas;
Phytomonas

trypanosomiasis, DNA vaccines 383
tuberculosis, DNA vaccines 378

marchitez 82

universal treatment, anthelmintic
treatment strategies 296

urbanization, helminth infections 279
urea cycle enzymes, trypanosomatids

Uruguay
60-1

blood donors, transfusionally
transmissable disease
prevalence I3

Chagas disease
prevalence 4
seroprevalence 18

government spending 19

house infestation rate 17
number of houses sprayed 15

Chagas disease vector control 9, 10

Triatoma infestans 6

vaccines
first generation 344, 345

Hymeiolepis’diminuta 224, 260 second generation 344

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INDEX

vaccines cont.
third generation see DNA vaccines;

RNA vaccines
variations, Hymenolepis diminuta 2 5 6 7
vector control, Chagas disease see

vigilance phase, Chagas disease vector

viral diseases, use of DNA vaccines

Vitaceae, fruit trypanosomatid host

Chagas disease: vector control

control 14

370-8

plants 50

Wallace, taxonomy of lower

WHO
trypanosomatids 68

Bench Aids for the Diagnosis of
Intestinal Parasites 308

intestinal helminth, schistosomiasis
and filariasis, recommended
control strategy 304, 305

a Basic Guide 308
Intestinal Parasitic Infections Survey:

Partnership for Child Development
299-300

task force, non-domiciliary Chagas

Trypanosoma cruzi infection,
disease vectors 21

estimates 3
1993 World Development Report 278
worm burden

crowding effects 226, 227-8, 229,

human intestinal helminth infections
282, 284

and immunological memory,
Hymenolepis dim inuta
infection 232-3

242-3, 255

Zanzibar, intestinal helminth control

monitoring and evaluation 312-13
National Plan for the Control of

Helminth Infections 31 1
planning, coordination and

management 3 10-1 1
Zingiberaceae, phloem trypanosomatid

programme 3 10-1 3

host plants 48

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