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It has been established that biological molecules in the environment play a key role in the patho-physiology of human diseases.
In the case of schistosomiasis, phenol is vital for the egg-tanning process that ensures the viability of the parasite eggs.
Thus, it is suspected that a high level of endogenous phenol in individuals living in endemic foci could aggravate infection, So, the use of urinary phenol levels as a predictive tool and its development as a quick diagnostic method for field studies in endemic communities is feasible.
Author holds a Ph.D in Parasitology from the University of Nigeria.He also obtained a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Public Health Parasitology from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University.He has an international diploma in Safe and Sustainable Sanitation from the Tampere University of Technology.
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