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     <surname>Stear</surname><given_name>Michael A.</given_name><ORCID>http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5054-1348</ORCID>
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     <surname>Piedrafita</surname><given_name>David</given_name><ORCID>http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8692-990X</ORCID><affiliation>Faculty of Science and Technology, Federation University, Australia</affiliation>
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     <surname>Sloan</surname><given_name>Sarah</given_name>
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     <surname>Alenizi</surname><given_name>Dalal</given_name>
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     <surname>Cairns</surname><given_name>Callum</given_name>
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One of the most important parasites of sheep and goats is the nematode ''Teladorsagia circumcincta''. This is common in cool, temperate areas. There is considerable variation among lambs and kids in susceptibility to infection. Much of the variation is genetic and influences the immune response. The parasite induces a type I hypersensitivy response which is responsible for the relative protein deficiency which is characteristic of severely infected animals. There are mechanistic mathematical models which can predict the course of infection. There are a variety of ways to control the infection and a combination of control measures is likely to provide the most effective and sustainable control.
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