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articleTaya, Yurie; Kinoshita, Gohta; Mohamed, Wessam Mohamed Ahmed; Moustafa, Mohamed Abdallah Mohamed; Ogata, Shohei; Chatanga, Elisha; Ohari, Yuma; Kusakisako, Kodai; Matsuno, Keita; Nonaka, Nariaki; Nakao, RyoApplications of Blocker Nucleic Acids and Non-Metazoan PCR Improves the Discovery of the Eukaryotic Microbiome in Ticks-Microorganisms-13-May-2021
articleMohamed, Wessam Mohamed Ahmed; Ali, Alsagher O.; Mahmoud, Hassan Y. A. H.; Omar, Mosaab A.; Chatanga, Elisha; Salim, Bashir; Naguib, Doaa; Anders, Jason L.; Nonaka, Nariaki; Moustafa, Mohamed Abdallah Mohamed; Nakao, RyoExploring Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Microbiomes Helps in Detecting Tick-Borne Infectious Agents in the Blood of Camels-Pathogens-16-Mar-2021
articleNakamura, Yukiko; Yamagishi, Junya; Hayashida, Kyoko; Osada, Naoki; Chatanga, Elisha; Mweempwa, Cornelius; Chilongo, Kalinga; Chisi, John; Musaya, Janelisa; Inoue, Noboru; Namangala, Boniface; Sugimoto, ChihiroGenetic diversity and population structure of Glossina morsitans morsitans in the active foci of human African trypanosomiasis in Zambia and Malawi-PLoS neglected tropical diseases-25-Jul-2019
articleChatanga, Elisha; Hayashida, Kyoko; Muleya, Walter; Kusakisako, Kodai; Moustafa, Mohamed Abdallah Mohamed; Salim, Bashir; Katakura, Ken; Sugimoto, Chihiro; Nonaka, Nariaki; Nakao, RyoGenetic Diversity and Sequence Polymorphism of Two Genes Encoding Theileria parva Antigens Recognized by CD8(+) T Cells among Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Cattle in Malawi-Pathogens-May-2020
articleMarsela, Megasari; Hayashida, Kyoko; Nakao, Ryo; Chatanga, Elisha; Gaithuma, Alex Kiarie; Naoko, Kawai; Musaya, Janelisa; Sugimoto, Chihiro; Yamagishi, JunyaMolecular identification of trypanosomes in cattle in Malawi using PCR methods and nanopore sequencing: epidemiological implications for the control of human and animal trypanosomiases-Parasite-20-Jul-2020
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