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A case of strongloidiasis with hyperinfection syndrome

Hong SJ, Shin JS, Kim SY

A 73-year-old Korean male was admitted to Jeil hospital with clinical complaints of backache, cough, sputum, vomiting and diarrhea. He had a history of long term administration of prednisolone. At...
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Recent patterns of Enterobius vermicularis infection in some school children, Korea

Ryang YS

To investigate the infection status of Enterobius vermicularis the author tried surveys by scotch-tape anal swap on school-children and household environmental factors considered to have influences on the infection were...
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Epidemiological studies on Metagonimus infection along the Hongcheon river, Kangwon province

Ahn YK, Ryang YS

The Hongcheon river system flows down through the Hongcheon area of Kangwon-do, and reaches to the Cheongpyeong Dam in Kyonggi-do. Stool specimens from the inhabitants residing along the Hongcheon river...
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An epidemiological suryey of Echinostoma hortense infection in Chongsong-gun, Kyongbuk province

Lee SK, Chung NS, Ko IH, Sohn WM, Hong ST, Chai JY, Lee SH

An epidemiological study was performed to know the infection status of E. hortense among the human residents and fish intermediate hosts in Chongsong-gun, Kyongsangbuk-do. Out of 263 people examined, 59(22.4...
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Metacercariae of Echinostoma cinetorchis encysted in the fresh water snail, Hippeutis(Helicorbis) cantori, and their development in rats and mice

Lee SH, Lee JK, Sohn WM, Hong ST, Hong SJ, Chai JY

The fresh water snail, Hippeutis(Helicorbis) cantori, caught from the rice paddies in Namyangju-gun, Gyeonggi-do, was found to be a new second intermediate host of E. cinetorchis in Korea. The metacercariae...
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The life cycle and larval development of Fibricola seoulensis (Trematoda: Diplostomatidae)

Seo BS, Lee SH, Chai JY, Hong SJ, Hong ST

The life cycle of Fibricola seoulensis was studied in the laboratory and in the field, with special interests in the larval developments within the eggs and in the intermediate hosts....
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The wormicidal substances of fresh water fishes on Clonorchis sinensis VII. The effect of linoleic acid and ethyl linoleate on parasite viability

Rhee JK, Lee SB, Kim PG

In an attempt to analyze the clonorchicidal activity of linoleic acid and ethyl linoleate in vitro, the wormicidal effects on Clonorchis sinensis were chronologically monitored in dose titration experiments. Excysted...
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Passive immunity by splenocyte transfer against amebic meningoencephalitis in mice

Im KI, Ryu JS

The role of passive cell-mediated transfer of immunity against primary amoebic meningoencephalitis(PAME) in mice was studied. Naegleria fowleri, ITMAP 359, were cultured in CGVS medium. The ICR mice used were...
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Antigenic protein fractions reacting with sera of sparganosis patients

Choi SH, Kang SY, Kong Y, Cho SY

To observe the antigenic protein fractions in saline extract of Spirometra mansoni plerocercoid (sparganum), the crude extract was separated in reducing conditions of sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis(SDS-PAGE). The proteins,...
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Membrane proteins and their antigenicity of Toxoplasma gondii

Choi WY, Nam HW, Yoo JE

Surface membrane proteins of virulent RH strain and tissue cyst-forming Fukaya strain of Toxoplasma gondii were analyzed by SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis after LPO-catalyzed surface iodination and lectin blotting, then identified...
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