Schistosoma intercalatum is a parasitic flatworm that infects humans and causes intestinal schistosomiasis. The parasite is found in parts of western and central Africa. It has a complex life cycle, with freshwater snails acting as intermediate hosts and humans as definitive hosts.
There are 2 genome projects for Schistosoma intercalatum:
- PRJEB44434: (Strain tdSchInte1.1)
- PRJEB44434: (Strain tdSchInte2.1)