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Case report on human infection of Hymenolepis diminuta

Lee CS, Lee JK

There has been no report on human infection of Hymenolepis diminuta in Korea until the first 3 cases were reported by our members after the identification of those eggs in...
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Studies on the larval trematodes from brackish water fishes 3. Observation on Pseudexorchis major (Hasegawa, 1935) Yamaguti, 1938

Choi DW, Lee WM, Lee JT, Hwang KH

The Parasitological investigation on the encysted metacercariae in brackish water fish, Tribolodon taczanowskii, in the downstream of Hyungsan river which is located in Kyungpook Province of Korea, were carried out...
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Experimental studies on the effects in helminthic infection, with special reference to the gonadectomy of the host

Paik KH

No significant difference was noted in canine hookworm infection due to hormone influence between the control group and the gonadectomized rats which were sacrificed 17 days after gonadectomy and 7...
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Metabolism of C(14)-glycine by Clonorchis sinensis

Seong SH, Seo BS

Radioactive C(14)-glycine was given to Clonorchis sinensis in Tyrode medium in order to trace the metabolic fate of the labeled carbon. The labeled carbon from glycine enters into every major...
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Studies on transaminase reactions in some parasitic helminths

Min YO, Seo BS

By an application of Sigma-Frankel methods, two transaminase systems, glutamic-pyruvic transaminase and glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase, were found to operate at a mesurable rate in 2 species of nematodes(Ascaris lumbricoides and Ascaridia...
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Clinical manifestation of Brugia malayi infection in Korea

Soh CT, Lee KT, Im SW, Lee JH

The clinical manifestations in filarial infection were examined during 1965-1966 from the known endemic areas: Yongju, a mountainous inland area and Cheju-Do, an island. All the microfilaria which were found...
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