Werner Frank's research while affiliated with University of Hohenheim and other places

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Host specificity and pathogenicity of Sarcocystis singaporensis were investigated as a prerequisite to a subsequent application of the parasite as a biocontrol agent of wild rats in Egypt. After inoculation of 7 snake species comprising the families Elapidae, Viperidae, Colubridae, and Boidae with sarcocysts, sporocyst development was only observed...


... Sarcocystis cymruensis was originally described in Norway rats in England (Ashford 1978). Subsequently, this parasite was reported from a Norway and black rat in Egypt (Jäkel et al. 1996). In the present study histopathological ...