Her primary areas of study are Anthelmintic, Veterinary medicine, Drug resistance, Helminths and Parascaris equorum. Her studies deal with areas such as Parasitology, Biotechnology, Efflux and Drug receptor, Drug as well as Anthelmintic. Her Veterinary medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Southern blot, Feces and Environmental health.
Her Drug resistance study is concerned with the larger field of Genetics. When carried out as part of a general Helminths research project, her work on Strongyloidea and Cestoda is frequently linked to work in Anoplocephala perfoliata, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Her Parascaris equorum research incorporates elements of Fenbendazole, Moxidectin, Ivermectin, Pyrantel and Animal science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Veterinary medicine, Fasciola hepatica, Anthelmintic, Hepatica and Genetics. Her work deals with themes such as Feces, Grazing and Family medicine, which intersect with Veterinary medicine. Her Fasciola hepatica study incorporates themes from G protein-coupled receptor, Microbiology and Liver fluke.
Within one scientific family, Jane E. Hodgkinson focuses on topics pertaining to Ivermectin under Anthelmintic, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Third stage larvae. Jane E. Hodgkinson has researched Hepatica in several fields, including Genome, Population genetics, Intermediate host and Triclabendazole. The concepts of her Genetics study are interwoven with issues in Cylicocyclus nassatus and Haemonchus contortus.
Her primary scientific interests are in Fasciola hepatica, Hepatica, Veterinary medicine, Microbiology and Liver fluke. The various areas that Jane E. Hodgkinson examines in her Fasciola hepatica study include Livestock and FOXP3. Her Hepatica research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Population genetics, Evolutionary dynamics, Genetic structure, Genotype and Transforming growth factor.
Her research in Veterinary medicine intersects with topics in Juvenile, Genotyping and Triclabendazole. The study incorporates disciplines such as In vitro, Immune system and Albendazole in addition to Microbiology. Jane E. Hodgkinson has included themes like Cathepsin, Cathepsin L1, Antigen, Flock and Antibody in her Liver fluke study.
Best practice, Livestock, Intensive care medicine, Research community and Set are her primary areas of study. Best practice combines with fields such as Drug resistance, Resistance, Anthelmintic drug, Additional research and Empirical research in her investigation. Her Livestock study combines topics in areas such as Fasciola hepatica, Triclabendazole, Liver fluke and Veterinary medicine, Flock.
She incorporates a variety of subjects into her writings, including Research community, Sociology, Public relations, Helminthology and Context.
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The Fasciola hepatica genome: gene duplication and polymorphism reveals adaptation to the host environment and the capacity for rapid evolution
Krystyna Cwiklinski;Krystyna Cwiklinski;John Pius Dalton;John Pius Dalton;Philippe J. Dufresne;James La Course.
Genome Biology (2015)
Recent advances in candidate-gene and whole-genome approaches to the discovery of anthelmintic resistance markers and the description of drug/receptor interactions
Andrew C. Kotze;Peter W. Hunt;Philip John Skuce;Georg von Samson-Himmelstjerna.
International Journal for Parasitology-Drugs and Drug Resistance (2014)
Anthelmintic efficacy against cyathostomins in horses in Southern England.
H. E. Lester;J. Spanton;Claire Stratford;D. J. Bartley.
Veterinary Parasitology (2013)
Recent developments in research into the Cyathostominae and Anoplocephala perfoliata.
Jacqueline B. Matthews;Jane E. Hodgkinson;Samantha M.J. Dowdall;Christopher J. Proudman.
Veterinary Research (2004)
Anthelmintic efficacy on UK Thoroughbred stud farms.
Valerie E. Relf;Hannah E. Lester;Eric R. Morgan;Jane E. Hodgkinson.
International Journal for Parasitology (2014)
Fasciola and fasciolosis in ruminants in Europe: Identifying research needs
N. J. Beesley;C. Caminade;J. Charlier;R. J. Flynn.
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases (2018)
Helminth egg excretion with regard to age, gender and management practices on UK Thoroughbred studs.
V. E. Relf;E. R. Morgan;J. E. Hodgkinson;J. B. Matthews.
Fasciola hepatica demonstrates high levels of genetic diversity, a lack of population structure and high gene flow: possible implications for drug resistance
Nicola J. Beesley;Diana J.L. Williams;Steve Paterson;Jane Hodgkinson.
International Journal for Parasitology (2017)
A questionnaire study on parasite control practices on UK breeding Thoroughbred studs
V. E. Relf;E. R. Morgan;J. E. Hodgkinson;Jacqui Matthews.
Equine Veterinary Journal (2012)
The role of polymorphisms at beta tubulin isotype 1 codons 167 and 200 in benzimidazole resistance in cyathostomins.
Jane E. Hodgkinson;H. J. Clark;R. M. Kaplan;S. L. Lake.
International Journal for Parasitology (2008)
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