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CECURE-Contamination of the Environment and Circulation in Urban and Rural areas of Echinococcus multilocularis

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Collected date : from 19 Mar 2012 to 19 Mar 2015
Labels : CNR INEE
Creators : Jenny Knapp

A copro-sample collection was created for the CECURE project. The aim of this study was to assess the relative role of carnivore hosts (mainly fox, dog, cat) in the speading and circulation of the parasite Echinococcus multilocularis in the urban and rural environnement in order to assess the ...

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DNA Library - CNR Echinococcoses

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Disciplines : ecology cell biology microbiology ...
Collected date : from 1 Jan 1980 ongoing
Labels : ZAAJ

DNA Library is a database associated to a web interface, created to improve the storage and the life of a biological sample collection, closely related to the research activities of the National Reference Center for Echinococcosis (CNR Echinococcoses, University Hospital of Besançon, France). A ...

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Reactivity of CuI and CuBr toward Dialkyl Sulfides RSR: From Discrete Molecular Cu4I4S4 and Cu8I8S6 Clusters to Luminescent Copper(I) Coordination Polymers

The CuX salts (X = I, Br) react with SR2 to form molecular clusters of the types [(R2S)4(Cu4I4)] and [(R2S)6(Cu8I8)] or to give 1D polymers and 2D metal−organic frameworks. The cluster nuclearity and connectivity as well as the dimensionality of these compounds depend on the steric demand of SR2, ...

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Echinococcus multilocularis in red fox in Franche-Comte, France

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Disciplines : parasitology
Collected date : from Oct 1996 to Mar 2000
Labels : ZAAJ
Creators : Francis Raoul

Provides data on Echinococcus multilocularis adult worms in red fox (Vulpes vulpes) in Franche-Comté administrative region, eastern France. Foxes (n=615) were night shot from october to april, from winter 1996-1997 to winter 1999-2000. Parasite worm burden was quantified using sedimentation and ...

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