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Isaure de Buron

Professor

Address: MRRI 122
Phone: 843.953.3615
E-mail: deburoni@cofc.edu



Education

Ph.D. - Université Montpellier II, France

Research Interests

Host-parasite interactions at the ecological, cellular, and molecular levels; Parasitic fauna of fish in the Charleston Harbor estuarine system; Life cycles; Use of parasites as tags to identify fish stocks and movements; Acanthocephalans


Courses Taught

BIO 320: Histology
BIO 336
: Parasitology


Publications

Recent Selected Publications

2014: McElroy E.J, I. de Buron. Host performance as a target of manipulation by parasites: a meta-analysis. Journal of Parasitology. 100 (4): 399-410. DOI: Link Invited review.

2014: Ware S, WA Roumillat, VA Connors, I de Buron. Distribution of Kudoa inornata plasmodia in the musculature of its host, the spotted seatrout Cynoscion nebulosus. Comparative Parasitology. 81(1): 10-14. Link.

2014: Hein J, S Arnott, WA Roumillat, D Allen, I de Buron. The invasive swimbladder parasite, Anguillicoloides crassus: status of infection 15 years after its discovery in wild populations of American eel, Anguilla rostrata. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 107: 199–209. Link.

2013: El Hafidi F, Berrada Rkhami O, de Buron I, Durand J-D, Pariselle A. Ligophorus (Monogenea,
Ancyrocephalidae) spp. biological markers for Mugil cephalus (Pisces, Mugilidae) populations around the world, with the description of a new species in Morocco. Folia Parasitologica. 60(5): 433-440. Link.

2013: Dyková I, Kodádková A, de Buron I, Fiala I, Roumillat W A. Sinuolinea infections in urinary system of Cynoscion species (Sciaenidae) and the search for phylogenetic position of the type species of SinuolineaDavis, 1917 (Myxozoa: Myxosporea). International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 2: 10-17. Link.

2013: Moravec F. and I. de Buron. A synthesis of our current knowledge of philometrid nematodes, a group of increasingly important fish parasites. Folia Parasitologica. 60: 81-101 Link.

2013: Buron I. de, P. Roth, D. Bergquist, D. Knott. Mulinia lateralis die off in South Carolina: An opportunity to discover a vector of two tapeworm species. Journal of Parasitology. 99 (1):51-55. Link.

2011: Buron I. de, S.G. France, V.A. Connors, W.A. Roumillat, L.C. Tsoi. Philometrids of the southern flounder Paralichthys lethostigma: a multidimensional approach to determine their diversity. Journal of Parasitology 97(3): 466-475. Link.