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Abstracts: journal is abstracted in Helminthological Abstracts, Series A, Protozoological Abstracts (Commonwealth Institute of Parasitology), Veterinary Bulletin and Index Veterinarians (Commonwealth Bureau of Animal Health), TDB, Review of Applied Entomology, Quarterly Bibliography of Major Tropical Diseases, US Medline database (Index Medicus ISSN: 0253-5890) the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region Index Medicus (ww.emro.who.int/HisNHSIJ Imemr.htm) and Encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Hirsch_ number