Echinococcus multilocularis in Urban Coyotes, Alberta, Canada
Stefano Catalano1, Manigandan Lejeune1, Stefano Liccioli, Guilherme G. Verocai, Karen M. Gesy, Emily J. Jenkins, Susan J. Kutz, Carmen Fuentealba, Padraig J. Duignan, and Alessandro Massolo
Author affiliations: University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (S. Catalano, M. Lejeune, S. Liccioli, G.G. Verocai, S.J. Kutz, P.J. Duignan, A. Massolo); University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada (K.M. Gesy, E.J. Jenkins); and Ross University, Basseterre, Saint Kitts, Saint Kitts, and Nevis (C. Fuentealba)
Figure 2. . . . Differential interference contrast micrograph of a representative Echinococcus multilocularis isolate from a coyote carcass in Alberta, Canada, October 2009–July 2011. The parasite was 2,059.72 μm long, as measured by using an Olympus BX53 microscope and software (http://microscope.olympus-global.com/en/ga/product/bx53/sf04.cfm). Scale bar = 200 μm.
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