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Metacercarial infections of Paragonimus westermani in freshwater crabs sold in markets in Seoul

Cho SY, Kang SY, Kong Y, Yang HJ

Status of metacercarial infections of Paragonimus westermani was observed in freshwater crabs, which were purchased at 3 markets in its peak season of 1990. All of 85 crabs were Eriocheir...
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Epidemiological studies on host animals of tsutsugamushi disease in Korea

Ree HI, Lee HS, Lee IY, Yoshida Y

Epidemiological studies on host rodents of tsutsugamushi disease were carried out during the period of July-September 1990 at nine localities of central Korea. Among total 111 wild rodents trapped by...
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A scanning electron microscope study on the tegument of Proalarioides kobayashii Park, 1940 (Trematoda)

Chu JP, Im IS, Hwang ID

A SEM study was performed on the surface of adult P. kobayashii Park, 1940, recovered from the snake, Elaphe rufodorsata. The anterior part of the worms was cup-shape and equipped...
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Experimental life history of Echinostoma hortense

Lee SH, Hwang SW, Sohn WM, Kho WG, Hong ST, Chai JY

The complete life cycle of Echinostoma hortense has been maintained in the laboratory, using Lymnaea pervia snails and Rana nigromaculata tadpoles as the first and second intermediate hosts. ICR mice...
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Isolation and identification of Cryptosporidium from various animals in Korea. II. Identification of Cryptosporidium muris from mice

Rhee JK, Seu YS, Park BK

Each of SPF mice(Scl: ICR strain, 3-week-old males) was inoculated with 5 x 10(4) oocysts of Cryptosporidium by stomach tube. The oocysts were large type one which was previously isolated...
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Isolation and identification of Cryptosporidium from various animals in Korea. I. Prevalence of Cryptosporidium in various animals

Rhee JK, Seu YS, Park BK

Cryptosporidium, a coccidian protozoa, commonly causes a self-limiting diarrheal illness in humans and animals. Fecal samples from various animals in Chonbuk district were observed using Sheather's flotation technique, Kinyoun's modified...
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Effect of in vivo administration of Tetrahymena pyriformis on the in vitro toxoplasmacidal activity of mouse peritoneal macrophages

Kim CT, Chung PR, Im KI

Tetrahymena pyriformis is a free-living ciliate protozoan in the freshwater system. Experiments were carried out to determine whether intraperitoneal administration of T. pyriformis (GL strain) to mice activates macrophages to...
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Cell cycle-dependent entry of Toxoplasma gondii into synchronized HL-60 cells

Youn JH, Nam HW, Kim DJ, Park YM, Kim WK, Kim WS, Choi WY

The degree of attraction of Toxoplasma gondii to vertebrate cells varies with cell type and cell phase. Human promyelocytic leukemia cells, HL-60, were synchronized by double thymidine block method and...
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Molecular weight of major component proteins in crude saline extract of adult Paragonimus westermani

Kong Y, Kim WB, Kang SY, Cho SY

When the component proteins in crude saline extract of 13-week old adult Paragonimus westermani were observed by non-denaturing discontinuous-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (Disc-PAGE), 8 distinct bands were clearly recognized. Molecular weight...
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Reduction in the incidence of biliary and other surgical complications of ascariasis according to the decrease of its national egg prevalence in Korea

Chai JY, Cho SY, Lee SH, Seo BS

While various examples of rationale or benefits of ascariasis control could justify a necessity of control activity in a community, few practical index other than the egg prevalence or intensity...
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