Transmission of parasitic infection

The parasitic infections are by and large transmitted by the animals. These can be precipitated by means of viruses, fungi, bacteria, parasites. Parasitic illnesses affect all residing organisms as nicely as plants and animals. Common routes of transmission are by using food or water (Roundworm, Amoeba, and Giardia) and also via vectors like mosquito, flea, housefly, sand fly, and sexual contact, Inhalation of contaminated dust or air, skin penetration

  • Zoonotic diseases
  • Toxoplasmosis
  • Genetic modifications in vectors
  • Vector Borne disease
  • Endemicities

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