A large collection of helminths is available for comparative studies...
The Institute of Parasitology is part of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. The Institute performs research on human and animal parasites at the organismal, cellular and molecular levels. Its mission is to acquire, advance, and disseminate knowledge of the biology and host relationships of parasitic protist and related eucaryotic microorganisms, helminths, and athropods. The Institute pursues this goal through research, education and other activities at both the national and international levels. The results obtained have contributed to the prevention and control of human and animal parasitic diseases and have an impact on agriculture.
The Institute of Parasitology was established in Prague in 1962, but was relocated to České Budějovice in South Bohemia in 1985. It is the principal institution in the Czech Republic devoted exlcusively to parasitological research. The main research areas encompass protistology, helminthology, and medical entomology, including studies on the causative agents of the infections transmitted by arthropods.
18. 8. 2014
Self-infections with Parasites: Re-interpretations for the Present
15. 8. 2014
23. 7. 2014
Intestinal parasites are ‘old friends,’ researchers argue
18. 7. 2014
Soldánová M., Selbach C., Kalbe M., Kostadinova A., Sures B. (2013)
Trends in Parasitology 29, 65-74
Lukeš J., Skalický T., Týč J., Votýpka J., Yurchenko V. (2014)
Molecular & biochemical parasitology 195, 115-122
Kváč M., Saková K., Květoňová D., Kicia M., Wesolowska M., McEvoy J., Sak B. (2014)
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 52, 347-349
Biology Centre, ASCR, v.v.i.
Institute of Parasitology
CZ-370 05 Ceske Budejovice
Philometra bagri (Nematoda) in the tissue of the Bayad Catfish