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Book on Parasitology -Reply

Tue Sep 3 13:18:58 EST 1996

Animal Agents .... was written by the late
Paul Beaver.  It is in a sense an abridged
version of Craig and Fausts' Clinical
Parasitology edited by Beaver et al.


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chend at ucs.orst.edu (Don Chen) wrote:


>Is there a good standard text on
parasitology?  I would be interested
>in either a book from the standpoint of
general descriptive
>information or one that deals with more
molecular/biochemical aspects.

>Thanks for any infomation.

You might look for a text entitled "Animal
Agents and Vectors of Human
Disease" (can't remember the author).  I
believe it's been a standard text for quite
some time.  Not really good for
molecular/biochemical information but it
does provide a very comprehensive
overview of parasites and diseases of
clinical/veterinary interest.  I got as much
out of the book as I did out of the lectures.

		Curt Coman

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