Pasture types and Echinococcus multilocularis, Tibetan communities.
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Our study showed that open pastures had more small mammal burrows than fenced pastures in Tibetan pastoralist communities in 2003. This characteristic was linked to a higher prevalence of Echinococcus multilocularis in dogs and indicates that pasture type may affect E. multilocularis transmission.
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Wang, Q., Vuitton, D. A., Xiao, Y., Budke, C. M., Campos-Ponce, M., Schantz, P. M., ... Giraudoux, P.
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Wang, Qian||Vuitton, Dominique A||Xiao, Yongfu||Budke, Christine M||Campos-Ponce, Maiza||Schantz, Peter M||Raoul, Francis||Yang, Wen||Craig, Philip S||Giraudoux, Patrick