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Trends in Parasitology
This journal publishes mostly short review articles related to parasitology.
Journal of Parasitology
Mostly primary research articles, with some news and business from the American Society of Parasitologists, who publish the journal. See this link
for issues prior to 2007.
Primary research articles and review articles about parasites of interest to animal health investigators and veterinary practitioners.
Mostly primary research articles emphasizing modern approaches to parasitology, including molecular biology and immunology.
Parasites and Vectors
Primary research articles, review articles, book reviews and conference reports dealing with the biology of parasites, parasitic diseases, intermediate hosts, vectors and vector-borne pathogens.
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases
A relatively new journal publishing primary research articles, review articles and commentary. Articles sometimes have ratings and comments. All articles are available full text.
Emerging Infectious Diseases
From the CDC, all past issues are available freely online. This journal publishes a wide variety of article types, including primary research articles, "Research", review articles, commentary, book reviews, etc.
publishes primary research articles as well as review articles, commentaries and other types of scientific information. Links to malaria news and conference proceedings are also included. Of interest is the section highlighting the most popular papers from the journal
Parasitic Diseases - CDC
Information for the public and medical professional about parasites, diseases, treatments and public health.
From the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Research activities, news and reports.
Recent News about "parasites" from Google
Lots of news stories about recent research advances, some public health reports. Updated constantly. Sources are reasonably reliable, but watch out for some occasional pseudoscience.
Parasite of the Day Blog
A blog started for the International Year of Biodiversity in 2010, the entries continue into 2015. References to the primary literature as well as additional links are provided.
Tropical Diseases News from Medical News Today
News related to tropical disease from a wide variety of sources including press releases and journal articles. Look for in-text citations to a journal issue to easily track a story back to its primary source.
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