Her primary scientific interests are in Leishmaniasis, Psychodidae, Canine leishmaniasis, Veterinary medicine and Vector. The concepts of her Psychodidae study are interwoven with issues in Subgenus and Internal transcribed spacer. Her Canine leishmaniasis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dermatology and Serology.
The Veterinary medicine study combines topics in areas such as Sandfly, Phlebotomus, Leishmania and Visceral leishmaniasis. Her Phlebotomus study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Blood meal and Lutzomyia. Her Vector research includes elements of Chikungunya and Ecology, Host, Invasive species.
Michele Maroli focuses on Psychodidae, Veterinary medicine, Leishmaniasis, Phlebotomus and Sandfly. Her work on Lutzomyia as part of general Psychodidae study is frequently connected to Phlebotomus papatasi, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Michele Maroli focuses mostly in the field of Veterinary medicine, narrowing it down to matters related to Cutaneous leishmaniasis and, in some cases, Phlebotomus perfiliewi.
Her Leishmaniasis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Vector and Leishmania. Her Sandfly research incorporates elements of Ultrastructure, Anatomy and Phlebotomus perniciosus. Her Leishmania infantum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Seroprevalence and Virology.
Michele Maroli spends much of her time researching Leishmaniasis, Canine leishmaniasis, Veterinary medicine, Psychodidae and Leishmania infantum. Her work carried out in the field of Leishmaniasis brings together such families of science as Vector, Serology and Leishmania. Her Canine leishmaniasis research focuses on subjects like Dermatology, which are linked to MEDLINE and Pathogenesis.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sandfly, Incidence and Cutaneous leishmaniasis. Her research in Psychodidae intersects with topics in Phlebotomus, Forestry and Botany. The study incorporates disciplines such as Seroprevalence, Disease and Family medicine in addition to Leishmania infantum.
Her primary areas of study are Leishmaniasis, Canine leishmaniasis, Psychodidae, Vector and Veterinary medicine. Michele Maroli is involved in the study of Leishmaniasis that focuses on Leishmania infantum in particular. She combines subjects such as Dermatology and Serology with her study of Canine leishmaniasis.
Her study in Psychodidae is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phlebotomus and Virology. In her research, Tropical disease, Human disease and Leishmania species is intimately related to Ecology, which falls under the overarching field of Vector. Her Veterinary medicine study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Sandfly.
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Phlebotomine sandflies and the spreading of leishmaniases and other diseases of public health concern
M. Maroli;M. D. Feliciangeli;L. Bichaud;R. N. Charrel.
Medical and Veterinary Entomology (2013)
Control of phlebotomine sandflies.
B. Alexander;M. Maroli.
Medical and Veterinary Entomology (2003)
The northward spread of leishmaniasis in Italy: evidence from retrospective and ongoing studies on the canine reservoir and phlebotomine vectors
Michele Maroli;Luca Rossi;Raffaella Baldelli;Gioia Capelli.
Tropical Medicine & International Health (2008)
Guidelines for diagnosis and clinical classification of leishmaniasis in dogs
Saverio Paltrinieri;Laia Solano-Gallego;Alessandra Fondati;George Lubas.
Javma-journal of The American Veterinary Medical Association (2010)
Evidence for an impact on the incidence of canine leishmaniasis by the mass use of deltamethrin-impregnated dog collars in southern Italy.
M. Maroli;V. Mizzoni;C. Siragusa;A. D'Orazi.
Medical and Veterinary Entomology (2001)
Infection of sandflies by a cat naturally infected with Leishmania infantum.
Michele Maroli;Maria Grazia Pennisi;Trentina Di Muccio;Cristina Khoury.
Veterinary Parasitology (2007)
Leishmania infantum infection rates in Phlebotomus perniciosus fed on naturally infected dogs under antimonial treatment.
L. Gradoni;M. Maroli;M. Gramiccia;F. Manciantp.
Medical and Veterinary Entomology (1987)
Host preferences of phlebotomine sand flies at a hypoendemic focus of canine leishmaniasis in central Italy.
G Bongiorno;Annette Habluetzel;C Khoury;M. Maroli.
Acta Tropica (2003)
ITS 2 sequences heterogeneity in Phlebotomus sergenti and Phlebotomus similis (Diptera, Psychodidae): possible consequences in their ability to transmit Leishmania tropica.
Jérôme Depaquit;Hubert Ferté;Nicole Léger;Fabienne Lefranc.
International Journal for Parasitology (2002)
Seasonal phenology, host-blood feeding preferences and natural Leishmania infection of Phlebotomus perniciosus (Diptera, Psychodidae) in a high-endemic focus of canine leishmaniasis in Rome province, Italy.
E. Rossi;G. Bongiorno;E. Ciolli;T. Di Muccio.
Acta Tropica (2008)
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