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We publish Parasitology in affiliation with the British Society of Parasitology. Parasitology is an important specialist journal covering the latest advances in the subject. It publishes original research and review papers on all aspects of parasitology and host-parasite relationships, including the latest discoveries in parasite biochemistry, molecular biology and genetics, ecology and epidemiology in the context of the biological, medical and veterinary science. Professor Russell Stothard is Editor-in-Chief and Professor John Ellis is Deputy and Special Issues Editor, along with a reputable supporting editorial team.
We also publish Journal of Helminthology, with Robert Poulin as Editor-in-Chief. It publishes original papers and review articles on all aspects of pure and applied helminthology, particularly those helminth parasites of environmental health, medical or veterinary importance. Research papers on helminths in wildlife hosts, including plant and insect parasites, are also published along with taxonomic papers contributing to the systematics of a group.
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