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2012 Felder JM 3rd Increasing the Options for Management of Large and Complex Chronic Wounds With a Scalable, Closed-System Dressing for Maggot Therapy S USA J Burn Care Res
Pritchard DI Expression of a cGMP compatible Lucilia sericata insect serine proteinase debridement enzyme S UK Biotechnol Prog
Zarchi K The efficacy of maggot debridement therapy - a review of comparative clinical trials S Denmark Int Wound J
2011 Britland S Recombinant Lucilia sericata chymotrypsin in a topical hydrogel formulation degrades human wound eschar ex vivo S UK Biotechnol Prog
Akhtar N The use of larvae therapy to debride full thickness burns in the anaesthetically unfit patient: the Nottingham experience UK Burns
Britland S Recombinant Lucilia sericata chymotrypsin in a topical hydrogel formulation degrades human wound eschar ex vivo S UK Biotechnol Prog
Telford G Maggot chymotrypsin I from Lucilia sericata is resistant to endogenous wound protease inhibitors S UK Br J Dermatol
Yeong YS Scanning electron microscopic evaluation of the successful sterilization of Lucilia cuprina (Wiedemann) utilized in maggot debridement therapy (mdt) F Malaysia Trop Biomed
Opletalova K Maggot Therapy for Wound Debridement A Randomized Multicenter Trial S France Arch Dermatol
Honda K A novel mechanism in maggot debridement therapy: protease in excretion/secretion promotes hepatocyte growth factor production S Japan Am J Physiol Cell Physiol
Marineau ML Maggot Debridement Therapy in the Treatment of Complex Diabetic Wounds F USA Hawaii Med J
Gottrup F Maggot Debridement: An Alternative Method for Debridement F Denmark Eplasty
Manring MM Biographical Sketch: William S Baer (1872-1931) USA Clin Orthop Relat Res
Hwang JH Maggot debridement therapy for postsurgical wound infection in scoliosis: a case series in five patients S South Korea Spine
Arora S Maggot metabolites and their combinatory effects with antibiotic on Staphylococcus aureus F Singapore Ann Clin Microbiol Antimicrob
2010 Telford G Degradation of eschar from venous leg ulcers using a recombinant chymotrypsin from Lucilia sericata S UK Br J Dermatol
Bexfield A Amino acid derivatives from Lucilia sericata excretions/secretions may contribute to the beneficial effects of maggot therapy via increased angiogenesis S UK Br J Dermatol
Edwards J Debridement of diabetic foot ulcers S UK Cochrane Database Syst Rev
Miller J Pyoderma gangrenosum: a review and update on new therapies S USA J Am Acad Dermatol
Hall S A review of maggot debridement therapy to treat chronic wounds S UK Br J Nurs
Margolin L Assessment of the antimicrobial properties of maggots S USA Int Wound J
Kawabata T Induction of antibacterial activity in larvae of the blowfly Lucilia sericata by an infected environment S Japan Med Vet Entomol
Park SO Antibacterial activity of house fly-maggot extracts against MRSA and VRE F South Korea J Environ Biol
Cherniack EP Bugs as drugs, Part 1: Insects: the "new" alternative medicine for the 21st century F USA Altern Med Rev
Cazander G Maggot Excretions Inhibit Biofilm Formation on Biomaterials F Netherlands Clin Orthop Relat Res
Tantawi TI An accidental but safe and effective use of Lucilia cuprina (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in maggot debridement therapy in Alexandria, Egypt F Egypt J Med Entomol
Wang SY Maggot excretions/secretions induces human microvascular endothelial cell migration through AKT1 S China Mol Biol Rep
Andersen AS A novel approach to the antimicrobial activity of maggot debridement therapy F Denmark J Antimicrob Chemother
Wang S Clinical research on the bio-debridement effect of maggot therapy for treatment of chronically infected lesions F China Orthopaedic Surgery
Cerovsky V Lucifensin, the long-sought antimicrobial factor of medicinal maggots of the blowfly Lucilia sericata S Czech republic Cell Mol Life Sci
Zhang Z Fatty acid extracts from Lucilia sericata larvae promote murine cutaneous wound healing by angiogenic activity F China Lipids Health Dis
Andersen AS Quorum-sensing-regulated virulence factors in Pseudomonas aeruginosa are toxic to Lucilia sericata maggots F Denmark Microbiology
2009 Kumar P Limited Access Dressing and Maggots India
Nordstrom A Larval therapy as a palliative treatment for severe arteriosclerotic gangrene on the feet S Sweden Clin Exp Dermatol
Kawanaka H Therapeutic Angiogenesis by Controlled-Release Fibroblast Growth Factor in a Patient With Churg-Strauss Syndrome Complicated by an Intractable Ischemic Leg Ulcer S Japan Am J Med Sci
Harris LG Disruption of Staphylococcus epidermidis biofilms by medicinal maggot Lucilia sericata excretions/secretions S UK Int J Artif Organs
Cazander G Do maggots have an influence on bacterial growth? A study on the susceptibility of strains of six different bacterial species to maggots of Lucilia sericata and their excretions/secretions S Netherlands J Tissue Viability
Altincicek B Septic injury-inducible genes in medicinal maggots of the green blow fly Lucilia sericata S Germany Insect Mol Biol
Jones M An overview of maggot therapy used on chronic wounds in the community S UK Br J Community Nurs
Zhang B A simple, heat-sterilizable artificial diet excluding animal-derived ingredients for adult blowfly, Lucilia sericata S Japan Med Vet Entomol
MJA van der Plas Maggot Secretions Skew Monocyte-Macrophage Differentiation Away from a Pro-Inflammatory to a Pro-Angiogenic Type F Netherlands PLoS One
Geary MJ Maggots down under F Australia Wound Practice and Research
MJA van der Plas Maggot secretions suppress pro-inflammatory responses of human monocytes through elevation of cyclic AMP F Netherlands Diabetologia
Cazander G The Influence of Maggot Excretions on PAO1 Biofilm Formation on Different Biomaterials F Netherlands Clin Orthop Relat Res
Sherman RA Maggot Therapy Takes Us Back to the Future of Wound Care: New and Improved Maggot Therapy for the 21st Century F USA J Diabetes Sci Technol
Paul AG Maggot debridement therapy with Lucilia cuprina: a comparison with conventional debridement in diabetic foot ulcers F Malaysia Int Wound J
Dumville JC VenUS II: a randomised controlled trial of larval therapy in the management of leg ulcers F UK Int Wound J
Dumville JC Larval therapy for leg ulcers (VenUS II): randomised controlled trial F UK BMJ
Soares MO Cost effectiveness analysis of larval therapy for leg ulcers F UK BMJ
Li Q Maggots of musca domestica in treatment of acute intractable wound China Surgery
2008 Steenvoorde P Maggot Debridement Therapy in Surgery F Netherlands
Nelson EA Venous leg ulcers UK Clin Evid (Online)
Pecivova J Effect of the extract from salivary glands of Lucilia sericata on human neutrophils S Slovakia Neuro Endocrinol Lett
Jones G Maggot-therapy in veterinary medicine S UK Res Vet Sci
Gupta A A review of the use of maggots in wound therapy S India Ann Plast Surg
Turkmen A Therapeutic applications of the larvae for wound debridement S Turkey J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg
Jarczyk G Use of Lucilia sericata blowfly maggots in the treatment of diabetic feet threatened with amputation F Poland Acta Angiol
Berendt AR Diabetic foot osteomyelitis: a progress report on diagnosis and a systematic review of treatment F UK Diabetes Metab Res Rev
Hinchliffe RJ A systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions to enhance the healing of chronic ulcers of the foot in diabetes F UK Diabetes Metab Res Rev
van Veen LJ Maggot debridement therapy: a case study S Canada J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs
Steenvoorde P Maggot debridement therapy: serious bleeding can occur: report of a case S Netherlands J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs
Renner R Maggots do not survive in pyoderma gangrenosum S Germany Dermatology
Bexfield A The antibacterial activity against MRSA strains and other bacteria of a <500 Da fraction from maggot excretions/secretions of Lucilia sericata (Diptera: Calliphoridae) S UK Microbes Infect
Zhang B Short-term cold storage of blowfly Lucilia sericata embryos S Japan Insect Science
Fenn-Smith P Case study: maggot debridement therapy F Australia Wound Practice and Research
Jaklic D Selective antimicrobial activity of maggots against pathogenic bacteria F Slovenia J Med Microbiol
Williams KA Identifying flies used for maggot debridement therapy F South Africa S Afr Med J
Massari C Surgical Maggots F USA Asian Biomedicine
Gray M Is larval (maggot) debridement effective for removal of necrotic tissue from chronic wounds? S USA J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs
Spilsbury K Exploring patient perceptions of larval therapy as a potential treatment for venous leg ulceration S UK Health Expect
Gray M Context for WOC practice: larval debridement therapy, abdominal fistula pouch, hyperglycemia, and wound infections F USA J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs
Eneroth M The value of debridement and Vacuum-Assisted Closure (VAC.) Therapy in diabetic foot ulcers S Sweden Diabetes Metab Res Rev
2007 Pradhan L Wound-healing Abnormalities in Diabetes and New Therapeutic Interventions USA Touch Briefings
Pearson C Debriding and Reducing Local Wound Infection with Maggots F USA Wound Care Canada
Acton C A Know-How Guide to Using Larval Therapy for Wound Debridment F UK Wound Essentials
Steenvoorde P The results of maggot debridement therapy in the ischemic leg: A study on 89 patients with 89 wounds on the lower leg treated with maggots F Netherlands Internet J Surg
James C Use of sterile maggots in an unusual trauma injury S USA Br J Nurs
Brin YS Chronic foot ulcer management using maggot debridement and topical negative pressure therapy Israel J Wound Care
Steenvoorde P Maggot Debridement Therapy in the Palliative Setting S Netherlands Am J Hosp Palliat Care
MJA van der Plas Maggot excretions/secretions inhibit multiple neutrophil pro-inflammatory responses F Netherlands Microbes Infect
Sherman RA Maggot therapy for problematic wounds: uncommon and off-label applications S USA Adv Skin Wound Care
Huberman L Antibacterial properties of whole body extracts and haemolymph of Lucilia sericata maggots S Israel J Wound Care
Morrison S How to utilize sterile maggot debridement therapy for foot infections of the horse F USA
Martin D Maggot Debridement Therapy in the Treatment of Nonhealing Chronic Wounds F USA
Martin D Maggot Debridement Therapy in the Treatment of Nonhealing Chronic Wounds F USA 3rd Annual GRASP Symposium
Bowling FL Larval Therapy: A Novel Treatment in Eliminating Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus From Diabetic Foot Ulcers F UK Diabetes Care
Gericke A Maggot therapy following orbital exenteration F Germany Br J Ophthalmol
Steenvoorde P Maggot Debridement Therapy in Necrotizing Fasciitis Reduces the Number of Surgical Debridements F Netherland Wounds
Van der Plas MJA Maggot excretions/secretions are differentially effective against biofilms of Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. F Netherland J Antimicrob Chemother
Sherman RA Treating wounds in small animals with maggot debridement therapy: a survey of practitioners S USA Vet J
Sherman RA Maggot debridement therapy for serious horse wounds - a survey of practitioners S USA Vet J
Whitaker IS Larval therapy from antiquity to the present day: mechanisms of action, clinical applications and future potential F UK Postgrad Med J
Stephen-Haynes J The different methods of wound debridement S UK Br J Community Nurs
Chan DCW Maggot debridement therapy in chronic wound care (review article ) F China Hong Kong Med J
Huberman L Antibacterial substances of low molecular weight isolated from the blowfly, Lucilia sericata S Israel
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Parnes A Larval therapy in wound management : a reviewas S Ireland Int J Clin Pract
Tantwai TI Clinical and microbiological efficacy of MDT in the reatment of diabetic foot ulcers S Egypt J Wound Care
Blake FAS The biosurgical wound debridement: Experimental investigation of efficiency and practicability S Germany Wound Repair and Regeneration
Daeschlein G In vitro antibacterial activity of Lucilia sericata maggot secretions S Germany Skin Pharmacol Physiol
Jacobi CE Smoking is not contra-indicated in maggot debridement therapy in the chronic wound F Netherland EWMA Journal
Steenvoorde P Maggot debridement therapy of infected ulcers: patient and wound factors influencing outcome - a study on 101 patients with 117 wounds F Netherland Ann R Coll Surg Engl
2006 Edmonds ME ABC of wound healing Diabetic foot ulcers S UK BMJ
Rozeboom AL Necrotising fasciitis of the leg following a simple pelvic fracture: case report and literature review S Netherlands J Wound Care
Attinger CE Clinical approach to wounds: debridement and wound bed preparation including the use of dressings and wound-healing adjuvants S USA Plast Reconstr Surg
Townley WA Maggot debridement therapy to avoid prosthesis removal in an infected total knee arthroplasty S UK J Wound Care
Wang J Treatment of infected wounds with maggot therapy after replantation S China J Reconstr Microsurg
Steenvoorde P The Yuk Factor- Maggot debridement therapy: the ancient treatment for chronic wounds makes a comeback F Netherlands Hospitalist
Marek O The use of maggot therapy in paediatric surgery: a case report F Poland World Wide Wounds
Lodge A Maggots 'n' chips: a novel approach to the treatment of diabetic ulcers S UK Br J Community Nurs
Smith AG Greenbottle (Lucilia sericata) larval secretions delivered from a prototype hydrogel wound dressing accelerate the closure of model wounds S UK Biotechnol Prog
Collier M The use of advanced biological and tissue-engineered wound products S UK Nurs Stand
Petherick ES Patient acceptability of larval therapy for leg ulcer treatment: a randomised survey to inform the sample size calculation of a randomised trial F UK BMC Med Res Methodol
Kocisova A Maggot Debridement Therapy in the Treatment of Footrot and Foot Scald in Sheep F Slovakia Acta Vet Brno
Cambal M Maggot debridement therapy case report F Slovakia Bratisl Lek Listy
Steenvoorde P Maggot-treated wounds follow normal wound healing phases Netherland Int Society Dermatology
Horobin AJ Promotion of human dermal fibroblast migration, matrix remodelling and modification of fibroblast morphology within a novel 3D model by Lucilia sericata larval secretions F UK J Invest Dermatol
Orkiszewski M The use of maggot therapy as an adjunct to surgical debridement a paediatric case report F Poland World Wide Wound
Nigam Y Maggot Therapy: The Science and Implication for CAM Part I:History and Bacterial Resistance F UK eCAM
Nigam Y Maggot Therapy: The Science and Implication for CAM Part II:Maggots Combat Infection F UK eCAM
Thomas S Cost of managing chronic wounds in the UK, with particular emphasis on maggot debridement therapy S UK J Wound Care
Sibbald RG Best practice recommendations for preparing the wound bed: update 2006 F Canada Adv Skin Wound Care
2005 Contreras-Ruiz J Larval debridement therapy in Mexico F Mexico Wound Care Canada
Steenvoorde P Determining pain levels in patients treated with maggot debridement therapy S Netherlands J Wound Care
Iglesias CP Quality of life of people with venous leg ulcers: a comparison of the discriminative and responsive characteristics of two generic and a disease specific instruments S UK Qual Life Res
Steenvoorde P Use of larval therapy to combat infection after breast-conserving surgery S Netherlands J Wound Care
Wolff H Rearing larvae of Lucilia sericata for chronic ulcer treatment--an improved method F Sweden Acta Derm Venereol
Steenvoorde P Maggot debridement therapy: free-range or contained? An in-vivo study S Netherlands Adv Skin Wound Care
Tanyuksel M Maggot debridement therapy in the treatment of chronic wounds in a military hospital setup in Turkey S Turkey Dermatology
Swale VJ Pyoderma gangrenosum outside the context of inflammatory bowel disease treated successfully with infliximab S UK Clin Exp Dermatol
Armstrong DG Maggot therapy in "lower-extremity hospice" wound care S USA J Am Podiatr Med Assoc
Horobin AJ Maggots and wound healing: an investigation of the effects of secretions from Lucilia sericata larvae upon the migration of human dermal fibroblasts over a fibronectin-coated surface S UK Wound Repair and Regeneration
Kerridge A Antibacterial properties of larval secretions of the blow fly, Lucilia sericata S UK Med Vet Entomol
Lipsky BA Adjunctive therapies for diabetic foot infections F Netherland Diabetic microvascular complications today
Steenvoorde P Maggot therapy and the "Yuk" factor: an issue for the patient? S Netherlands Wound Repair and Regeneration
Wollina U Maggot therapy in the treatment of wounds of exposed knee prostheses Germany Int J Dermatol
2004 Lipsky BA Medical Treatment of Diabetic Foot Infections USA Clin Infect Dis
Steenvoorde P Can laboratory investigations help us to decide when to discontinue larval therapy? S Netherlands J Wound Care
Richardson M The benefits of larval therapy in wound care S Scotland Nurs Stand
Raynor P A new clinical trial of the effect of larval therapy S UK J Tissue Viability
Steenvoorde P The antimicrobial activity of maggots: in-vivo results S Netherlands J Tissue Viability
Rosales A Use of a maggot motility index to evaluate survival of therapeutic larvae S USA J Am Podiatr Med Assoc
Rojo S Hemophilia and maggots: from hospital admission to healed wound F Ostomy Wound Manage
Sealby N The use of maggot therapy in the treatment of a malignant foot wound S UK Br J Community Nurs
MacDougall KM A case study using larval therapy in the community setting S UK Br J Nurs
Kitching M Patients' perceptions and experiences of larval therapy S UK J Wound Care
Sherman R Presurgical maggot debridement of soft tissue wounds is associated with decreased rates of postoperative infection F USA Clin Infect Dis
Eldor R New and experimental approaches to treatment of diabetic foot ulcers: a comprehensive review of emerging treatment strategies F Israel Diabet Med
Kraus H The successful use of maggots in necrotizing fasciitis of the neck: a case report S Germany Head & Neck
Bexfield A Detection and partial characterisation of two antibacterial factors from the excretions/secretions of the medical maggot Lucilia sericata and their activity against MRSA S UK Microbes Infect
Beasley WD Making a meal of MRSA-the role of biosurgery in hospital-acquired infection S UK J Hosp Infect
Rozin AP Combined therapy for pyoderma gangrenosum F Israel Ann Rheum Dis
2003 Lyder CH Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Management F USA JAMA
Yates I Larvae--a key member of the multidisciplinary foot team?(Larval therapy) S UK The Diabetic Foot
Enoch S Wound bed preparation: The science behind the removal of barries to healing F UK Wounds
Fear M Introducing the use of sterile maggots into a primary care trust: overcoming barriers S UK Br J Community Nurs
Schmidtchen A Detection of serine proteases secreted by Lucilia sericata in vitro and during treatment of a chronic leg ulcer Sweden Acta Derm Venereol
Husain ZS Maggot therapy for wound debridement in a traumatic foot-degloving injury: a case report S USA J Foot Ankle Surg
Lerch K Bacterial ingestion by blowfly larvae: an in vitro study S Germany Delmatology
Scavee V Maggot therapy: many hands make light work Belgium Acta Chir Belg
Semple L Use of larval therapy to treat a diabetic patient's pressure ulcer S UK Br J Nurs
Kocisova A First non-conventional veterinary treatment of skin infections with blowfly larvae (Calliphoridae) in Slovakia F Slovakia Bull Vet Inst Pulawy
Thiemann A Treatment of a deep injection abscess using sterile maggots in a donkey: a case report F UK World Wide Wounds
Chambers L Degradation of extracellular matrix components by defined proteinases from the greenbottle larva Lucilia sericata used for the clinical debridement of non-healing wounds S UK Br J Dermatol
Horobin AJ Maggots and wound healing: an investigation of the effects of secretions from Lucilia sericata larvae upon interactions between human dermal fibroblasts and extracellular matrix components S UK Br J Dermatol
Sherman RA Maggot therapy for treating diabetic foot ulcers unresponsive to conventional therapy F USA Diabetes Care
Wolff H Larval therapy - an effective method of ulcer debridement S Sweden Clin Exp Dermatol
Pliquett RU Calciphylaxis in chronic, non-dialysis-dependent renal disease F Germany BMC Nephrol
2002 Trudgian J Evaluating the benefits of larval therapy UK Nurs Stand
Thomas S The effect of containment on the properties of sterile maggots S UK Br J Nurs Tissue Viability
Church JCT Maggot debridement therapy for chronic wounds S UK Int J Low Extrem Wounds
Thomas S The use of sterile maggots in wound management F UK Nurs Pract
Evans P Larvae therapy and venous leg ulcers: reducing the 'yuk factor' S UK J Wound Care
Graninger M Comments, opinions, and brief case reports: biosurgical debridement facilitates healing of chronic skin ulcers Austria Arch Intern Med
Dossey L Maggots and leeches: when science and aesthetics collide Altern Ther Health Med
Armstrong DG Maggot debridement therapy: a primer S USA J Am Podiatr Med Assoc
Dunn C The use of maggots in head and neck necrotizing fasciitis S UK J Laryngol Otol
Smith J Debridement of diabetic foot ulcers S UK Cochrane Database Syst Rev
Jukema GN Amputation-sparing treatment by nature: "surgical" maggots revisited F Netherlands Clinical Infectious Diseases
Knowles A Management of a diabetic foot ulcer using larval therapy F UK Worle Wide Wound
Nuesch R Clustering of bloodstream infections during maggot debridement therapy using contaminated larvae of Protophormia terraenovae S Switzerland Infection
Sherman RA Maggot therapy for foot and leg wounds S USA Lower Extremity Wounds
Sherman RA Maggot versus conservative debridement therapy for the treatment of pressure ulcers S USA Wound Repair Regeneration
Thornton D Case report: Maggot therapy in an acute burn F UK Worle Wide Wound
Wollina U Biosurgery supports granulation and debridement in chronic wounds - clinical data remittance spectroscopy measurement S Germany Int J Dermatology
Grassberger M The Biobag- a new device for application of medicinal maggots Austria Dermatology
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Brocklesby S MRSA,macrophages and maggots(Clinical review)(methicillin-resistantStaphylococcus aureus) S The Diabetic Foot
2001 Knowles E Is the management of diabetic foot ulceration evidence based? UK Difficult Diabetes
Bell NJ Use of sterile maggots to treat panniculitis in an aged donkey S UK Vet Rec
Tittelbach J Painful ulcers in calciphylaxis ? combined treatment with maggot therapy and oral pentoxyfillin S Germany J Dermatolog Treat
Kelly J Pyoderma gangraenosum: exploring the treatment options UK J Wound Care
Knowles A Management of a diabetic foot ulcer using larval therapy F UK Nurs Stand
Thomas S The current status of maggot therapy in wound healing S UK Br J Nurs
Dunford CE Treatment of a wound infection in a patient with mantle cell lymphoma UK Br J Nurs
Mumcuoglu KY Destruction of bacteria in the digestive tract of the maggot of Lucilia sericata (diptera: Calliphoridae) S Israel J Med Entomol
Sherman RA Maggot debridement therapy in outpatients S USA Arch Phys Med Rehabil
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Church JCT Larval intervention in the chronic wound F UK EWMA J
2000 Thomas S New Treatments for Diabetic Foot Ulcers S UK The Foot in Diabetes, Third
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Wayman J The cost effectiveness of larval therapy in venous ulcers S UK J Tissue Viability
Wollina U Biosurgery in wound healing - the renaissance of maggot therapy S Germany J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol
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Sherman RA Maggot therapy the last five years USA European Tissue Repair Socety
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1999 Thomas S Maggots in Wound Debridement - an Introduction UK Int J Dermatol
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1998 Donnelly J Wound healing--from poultices to maggots (a short synopsis of wound healing throughout the ages) F UK Ulster Med J
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1997 Guerrini VH Excretion of ammonia by Lucilia cuprina larvae suppresses immunity in sheep S Australia Vet Immunol Immunopathol
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1996 Thomas S Wound care: all you need to know about maggots UK Nurs Times
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1991 King AB Maggot therapy revisited: a case study S USA Dermatol Nurs
1989 Mulder JB The medical marvels of maggots USA JAVMA
1988 Guerrini VH Ammonia toxicity and alkalosis in sheep infested by Lucilia cuprina larvae S Australia Int J Parasitol
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1986 Erdmann GR Isolation and identification of two antibacterial agents produced by a strain of Proteus mirabilis isolated from larvae of the screwworm (Cochliomyia hominivorax) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) S USA J Med Entomol
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1985 Bunkis J Maggot therapy revisited S USA West J Med
1983 Pechter EA Maggot therapy: the surgical metamorphosis S USA Plast Reconstr Surg
1981 Vistnes LM Proteolytic activity of blowfly larvae secretions in experimental burns S USA Surgery
1976 Horn KL Maggot therapy for subacute mastoiditis S USA Arch Otolaryngol
1968 Lee DJ Human myiasis in Australia Australia Med J Aust
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1960 Landi S Bacteriostatic effect of haemolyph of larvae of various botflies Canada Can J Microbiol
1957 Pavillard ER An antibiotic from maggots UK Nature
1953 Ziffren SE the Secretion Of Collagenase By Maggots And Its Implication F USA Ann Surg
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1940 Robinson W Ammonium bicarbonate secreted by surgical maggots stimulates healing in purulent wounds S USA Am J Surg
1938 Maddock S Maggot therapy for hematogenous osteomyelitis of the tibia S USA Archives of Surg
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1937 Pohle FJ Maggot therapy in an infected wound in hemophilia S USA J Am Med Assoc
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1936 Bethune N Maggot and allantoin therapy in tuberculous and non-tuberculous suppurative lesions of lung and pleura Canada J Thorac Surg
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1935 Weber FP How Surgical Maggots Act F UK Br Med J
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1934 Robinson W Effects of low temperature retardation in culture of sterile maggots for surgical use USA J Lab Clin Med
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