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Survival of Cryptosporidium muris (strain MCR) oocysts under cryopreservation

Rhee JK, Park BK

We have successfully maintained Cryptosporidium muris by cryopreservation. Oocysts were suspended in distilled water, stored at - 20 degrees C for 24 hrs, and then cryopreserved at -70 degrees C....
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A human case of internal myiasis in Korea

Chung PR, Jung Y, Kim KS, Cho SK, Jeong S, Ree HI

A 71-year old male patient was admitted in Inha hospital due to right facial palsy, quadriplegia and aphasia. This patient was operated to replace his heart values 7 years ago...
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Mite infestation rate of pet dogs with ear dermatoses

Park GS, Park JS, Cho BK, Lee WK, Cho JH

This study aimed to investigate the incidence of the canine ear dermatoses caused by mites and the relativity of the causative mites of canine dermatoses to the pruritic dermatoses of...
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Analysis of antigenic domain of GST fused major surface protein (p30) fragments of Toxoplasma gondii

Nam HW, Im KS, Baek EJ, Choi WY, Cho SY

Antigenic domain of major surface protein (p30) of Toxoplasma gondii was analyzed after polymerase chain reaction (PCR) of its gene fragments. Hydrophilic or hydrophobic moiety of amino acid sequences were...
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PCR and RFLP variation of conserved region of small subunit ribosomal DNA among Acanthamoeba isolates assigned to either A. castellanii or A. polyphaga

Kong HH, Chung DI

Twelve isolates of Acanthamoeba spp. assigned to either A. castellanii or A. polyphaga, and type strains of A. culbertsoni, A. healyi, A. palestinensis, and A. astronyxis were examined by restriction...
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Evaluation for detection of Cryptosporidium oocysts in diarrheal feces of calves

Wee SH, Joo HD, Kang YB

For the detection of Cryptosporidium oocysts, fecal samples were collected from 201 calves which showed diarrhea. Among the 201 samples, 29 samples (14.4%) were positive for Cryptosporidium spp. by the...
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An epidemiological survey of Cryptosporidium parvum infection in randomly selected inhabitants of Seoul and Chollanam-do

Chai JY, Lee SH, Guk SM, Lee SH

An epidemiological survey was performed to know the status of Cryptosporidium sp. infection among the people in Seoul and Chollanam- do in 1992. One village of Chollanam-do (Hwasun-gun) which showed...
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A nationwide survey of naturally produced oysters for infection with Gymnophalloides seoi metacercariae

Lee SH, Sohn WM, Hong SJ, Huh S, Seo M, Choi MH, Chai JY

A nationwide survey was performed to know the geographical distribution of Gymnophalloides seoi (Digenea: Gymnophallidae) metacercariae in Korea, by examining the infection status of locally produced oysters, Crassostrea gigas. A...
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The infestation states and changing patterns of human infecting metacercariae in freshwater fish in Kyongsang-do and Kyonggi-do, Korea

Rim HJ, Kim KH, Joo KH, Kim SJ, Eom KS, Chung MS

The infestation rates and abundances of human infecting metacercariae (Clonorchis sinensis, Metagonismus spp., Centrocestus armatus, Echinostoma hortense, Echinochasmus japonicus, Clinostomum complanatum) in freshwater fish were investigated at the three river...
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