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Historical aspects of parasitology

Primers in parasites and vectors

The LCNTDR Collection: Advances in scientific research for NTD control

Cross-journal collections

Contribution of climate change to the spread of infectious diseases

Human migration, conflict and infectious diseases

Spatial inequality, infectious diseases and disease control

Published collections

A new combination of fipronil and permethrin for the control of ectoparasites of dogs

Annual Symposium on Canine Vector-Borne Diseases (CVBD)
[CVBD5] [CVBD6] [CVBD7] [CVBD8] [CVBD9] [CVBD10] [CVBD11] [CVBD12] [CVBD13] [CVBD14] [CVBD15]

Aspects of parasitology in the People's Republic of China: surveillance, diagnosis, infection and immunity



Credelio for cats

Credelio Plus

Elimination of parasitic infections

European helminth infection risks and reported deworming frequencies for dogs and cats

Evaluation of Vector Control against West Nile Fever in Europe


From Control to elimination: transmission threshold of schistosomiasis

Global distribution of Taenia saginata

Immunity against Leishmaniasis: host defences, immunotherapy and vaccines

Mathematical models for parasites and vectors

Planarians to Parasitism: Evolution, Development and Stem Cells in Flatworms

Protozoan parasites and cell death

Quantitative analysis of strategies to achieve the 2020 goals for neglected tropical diseases: where are we now?

SimparicaTM: Comparative Efficacy of sarolaner, a novel oral ectoparasiticide for dogs

Simparica Trio

Surveillance of mosquito vectors in Europe

Vector-borne Diseases and Global Health

Collections published in collaboration with other journals

Co-infection and Syndemics
‚ÄčEvery day is Malaria Day
From farm to plate - make food safe
Open Access Africa: Showcasing African research
Rare Diseases Day 2013
The gut-brain axis: Emerging evidence in health and disease


Annual Journal Metrics

Contacting Parasites & Vectors

As a result of the significant disruption that is being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic we are very aware that many researchers will have difficulty in meeting the timelines associated with our peer review process during normal times. Please do let us know if you need additional time. Our systems will continue to remind you of the original timelines but we intend to be highly flexible at this time.