Articles - Parasites and diseases

Articles - Sarcoptic mange 

- De Danieli C, Sarasa M, 2015. Population estimates, density-dependence and the risk of disease outbreaks in the Alpine ibex Capra ibex. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 38(1):101-119 pdf

- Pérez JM, Serrano E, Soriguer RC, González F, Sarasa M, Granados JE, Cano-Manuel F, Cuenca R, Fandos P, 2014. Distinguishing disease effects from environmental effects in a mountain ungulate: Seasonal variation in body weight, hematology and serum chemistry among Iberian ibex (Capra pyrenaica) affected by sarcoptic mange. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 51(1):148-156 DOI: 10.7589/2014-01-008

- Alasaad S, Sarasa M, Heukelbach J, Domnic M, Soriguer RC, Zhu XQ, 2014. Advances in studies of disease-navigating webs: Sarcoptes scabiei as a case study. Parasites and Vectors 7:16  doi:10.1186/1756-3305-7-16 pdf- Pérez JM, Granados JE, Sarasa M, Serrano E. 2011. Usefulness of estimated surface area of damaged skin as a proxy of mite load in the monitoring of sarcoptic mange in free-ranging populations of Iberian wild goat Capra pyrenaica. Veterinary Parasitology 176:258-264 DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2010.11.002

- Sarasa M, Serrano E, Soriguer RC, Granados JE, Fandos P, Gonzalez G, Joachim J, Pérez JM. 2011. Negative effect of the arthropod parasite, Sarcoptes scabiei, on testes mass in Iberian ibex, Capra pyrenaica. Veterinary Parasitology 175:306-312 DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2010.10.024

- Sarasa M, Rambozzi L, Rossi L, Meneguz PG, Serrano E, Granados JE, González FJ, Fandos P, Soriguer RC, Gonzalez G, Joachim J, Pérez JM. 2010. Sarcoptes scabiei: Specific immune response to sarcoptic mange in the Iberian ibex Capra pyrenaica depends on previous exposure and sex. Experimental Parasitology 124:265-271 DOI: 10.1016/j.exppara.2009.10.008

- Alasaad S, Soglia D, Sarasa M, Soriguer RC, Pérez JM, Granados JE, Rasero R, Zhu XQ, Rossi L. 2008. Skin-scale genetic structure of Sarcoptes scabiei populations from individual hosts: empirical evidence from Iberian ibex-derived mites. Parasitology Research 104:101-105. DOI: 10.1007/s00436-008-1165-3


Articles - Other parasites & diseases

- Bournez L, Umhang G, Faure E, Boucher J-M, Boué F, Jourdain E, Sarasa M, Llorente F, Jiménez-Clavero MÁ, Moutailler S, Lacour SA, Lecollinet S, Beck C, 2020. Exposure of wild ungulates to the usutu and tick-borne encephalitis viruses in France in 2009–2014: evidence of undetected flavivirus circulation a decade ago. Viruses 12:10 DOI: 10.3390/v12010010

- Llorente F, García‐Irazábal A, Pérez‐Ramírez E, Cano‐Gómez C, Sarasa M, Vázquez A, Jiménez‐Clavero MÁ, 2019. Influence of flavivirus co‐circulation in serological diagnostics and surveillance: a model of study using West Nile, Usutu and Bagaza viruses. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 66(5):2100-2106 DOI: 10.1111/tbed.13262

- Cano-Gómez C, Llorente F,  Pérez-Ramirez E, Soriguer R C, Sarasa M, Jiménez-Clavero M Á, 2018. Experimental infection of grey partridges with Bagaza virus: pathogenicity evaluation and potential role as a competent host. Veterinary Research 49:44. DOI: 10.1186/s13567‑018‑0536‑8

- Sánchez A, Caparros N, Ostrowski S, Sarasa M, Pérez JM, 2017.  Oestrosis in Asiatic ibex (Capra sibirica): a case report and molecular characterization of larvae. Veterinary Parasitology, 236:55-57 DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2017.02.003

- De Danieli C, Sarasa M, 2015. Population estimates, density-dependence and the risk of disease outbreaks in the Alpine ibex Capra ibex. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 38(1):101-119 pdf

- Moreno V, Romero-Fernández I, Marchal JA, Beltrán M, Granados JE, Habela MA, Tamadon A, Rakhshandehroo E, Sarasa M, Pérez JM,  Sánchez A, 2015. Molecular characterization of bot flies, Oestrus spp., (Diptera, Oestridae), from domestic and wild Bovidae hosts. Veterinary Parasitology, 212(3-4):473-477 DOI:10.1016/j.vetpar.2015.08.002

- Arias MS, Moreno V, Sarasa M, Paz-Silva A, Sánchez-Andrade R, Morrondo P, Díez-Baños P,  Granados JE, Sánchez A, Pérez JM, 2014. Reliability of an ELISA Test for diagnosing Oestrosis in Iberian ibex. Journal of Parasitology 100:235-238 pdf