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Inhibition of entry of Toxoplasma gondii into MDCK cells by fetal bovine serum

Nam HW, Kim DJ, Park SK, Choi WY

We experienced the partial inhibition of entry of Toxoplasma gondii into MDCK cells when the FBS was depleted from media. MDCK cells and Toxoplasma (RH strain) were co-cultured, the penetration...
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Intestinal parasite infections in the inhabitants along the Hantan River, Chorwon-gun

Park MS, Kim SW, Yang YS, Park CH, Lee WT, Kim CU, Lee EM, Lee SU, Huh S

The prevalence of intestinal parasite infections in inhabitants at the reaches of the Hantan River, Chorwon-gun, Korea, was observed from August 12 to September 14, 1993. Of 465 people observed...
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Intestinal parasites of cats purchased in Seoul

Huh S, Sohn WM, Chai JY

Fecal samples of cats purchased in Seoul were examined for helminth ova or protozoan oocysts from December 1987 to March 1988. Out of the 41 samples, 31 (75.6%) were positive...
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Prophylactic effects of trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole in Toxoplasma-infected mice

Lee YH, Shin DW

This study was performed to evaluate the prophylactic effects of trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (TMP-SMZ) in mice experimentally infected with virulent RH strain and avirulent Beverley strain of T. gondii. The mice infected...
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Localization and isozyme patterns of phosphatase in Fibricola seoulensis

Kim HJ, Kim CW

The present study was carried out to investigate the localization and isozyme patterns of acid phosphatase and alkaline phosphatase in metacercariae and in adults of F. seoulensis by enzyme-histochemistry method...
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Larval Gnathostoma nipponicum found in the imported Chinese loaches

Sohn WM, Kho WG, Lee SH

Six early third-stage larvae of Gnathostoma nipponicum were recovered from the muscle of 376 loaches, Misgurnus anguillicaudatus, imported from China. They were 614 x 114 microns in average size, almost...
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Seasonal distribution of chigger mites in the Kanghwa Island and Yongjong Island

Lee IY, Yoon SS, Ree HI

Seasonal distribution of chigger mites in the Kangwha Island and Yongjong Island was studied during the period of October 1992-August 1993. From 42 field rodents collected, 1,290 chiggers were obtained...
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Intestinal flukes of genus Metagonimus and their second intermediate hosts in Kangwon-do

Ahn YK

This study investigate the epidemiological feature of Metagonimus infection in Kangwon-do (province). The average infection rate of the surveyed inhabitants was 7.8% (83 positives out of 1, 067 examinees) by...
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The nervous system of Fibricola seoulensis by acetylcholinesterase histochemistry

Cheon EW, Kim CH

F. seoulensis were obtained from artificially infected albino rats at 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 days after infection. The worms and metacercariae were washed in physiological saline solution, and fixed...
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Transmission electron microscopic findings of the tribocytic organ of Fibricola seoulensis

Huh S, Song HB

We observed ultra-structure of the tribocytic organ of Fibricola seoulensis with transmission electron microscope. Microvilli are observed on the surface of the tribocytic organ. Below the muscle layer, we can...
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Transmission electron microscopic ultrastructure of the tegument of Fibricola seoulensis

Sohn WM, Lee SH

An electron microscopic study was performed to observe the ultrastructure of the tegument of F. seoulensis. The outer surface of the tegument was covered with a trilaminated plasma membrane. The...
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