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Cattle and nematodes under global chance: transmission models as an ally

(2016) TRENDS IN PARASITOLOGY. 32(9). p.724-738
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Nematode infections are an important economic constraint to cattle farming. Future risk levels and transmission dynamics will be affected by changes in climate and farm management. The prospect of altered parasite epidemiology in combination with anthelmintic resistance requires the adaptation of current control approaches. Mathematical models that simulate disease dynamics under changing climate and farm management can help to guide the optimization of helminth control strategies. Recent efforts have increasingly employed such models to assess the impact of predicted climate scenarios on future infection pressure for gastrointestinal nematodes (GINs) in cattle, and to evaluate possible adaptive control measures. This review aims to consolidate progress in this field to facilitate further modeling and application.
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MANAGING ANTHELMINTIC RESISTANCE, OSTERTAGIA-OSTERTAGI POPULATIONS, NEW-ZEALAND LAMBS, CLIMATE-CHANGE, GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITISM, MATHEMATICAL-MODEL, INFECTIVE LARVAE, GRAZING MANAGEMENT, FREE-LIVING STAGES, IN-SILICO EXPLORATION

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Chicago
Verschave, Sien, Johannes Charlier, Hannah Rose, Edwin Claerebout, and Eric R Morgan. 2016. “Cattle and Nematodes Under Global Chance: Transmission Models as an Ally.” Trends in Parasitology 32 (9): 724–738.
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Verschave, S., Charlier, J., Rose, H., Claerebout, E., & Morgan, E. R. (2016). Cattle and nematodes under global chance: transmission models as an ally. TRENDS IN PARASITOLOGY, 32(9), 724–738.
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Verschave S, Charlier J, Rose H, Claerebout E, Morgan ER. Cattle and nematodes under global chance: transmission models as an ally. TRENDS IN PARASITOLOGY. 2016;32(9):724–38.
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Verschave, Sien, Johannes Charlier, Hannah Rose, et al. “Cattle and Nematodes Under Global Chance: Transmission Models as an Ally.” TRENDS IN PARASITOLOGY 32.9 (2016): 724–738. Print.
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  abstract     = {Nematode infections are an important economic constraint to cattle farming. Future risk levels and transmission dynamics will be affected by changes in climate and farm management. The prospect of altered parasite epidemiology in combination with anthelmintic resistance requires the adaptation of current control approaches. Mathematical models that simulate disease dynamics under changing climate and farm management can help to guide the optimization of helminth control strategies. Recent efforts have increasingly employed such models to assess the impact of predicted climate scenarios on future infection pressure for gastrointestinal nematodes (GINs) in cattle, and to evaluate possible adaptive control measures. This review aims to consolidate progress in this field to facilitate further modeling and application.},
  author       = {Verschave, Sien and Charlier, Johannes and Rose, Hannah and Claerebout, Edwin and Morgan, Eric R},
  issn         = {1471-4922},
  journal      = {TRENDS IN PARASITOLOGY},
  keyword      = {MANAGING ANTHELMINTIC RESISTANCE,OSTERTAGIA-OSTERTAGI POPULATIONS,NEW-ZEALAND LAMBS,CLIMATE-CHANGE,GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITISM,MATHEMATICAL-MODEL,INFECTIVE LARVAE,GRAZING MANAGEMENT,FREE-LIVING STAGES,IN-SILICO EXPLORATION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {9},
  pages        = {724--738},
  title        = {Cattle and nematodes under global chance: transmission models as an ally},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pt.2016.04.018},
  volume       = {32},
  year         = {2016},
}

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