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Activities of different cysteine proteases of Paragonimus westermani in cleaving human IgG

Chung YB, Yang HJ, Kang SY, Kong Y, Cho SY

Cleaving host immunoglobulins is a well known mechanism of evading host immune reactions exploited by helminth parasites. Secreted cysteine proteases of helminth are a part of enzymes cleaving host IgG....
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Intestinal pathologic findings at early stage infection by Centrocestus armatus in albino rats

Hong SJ, Han JH, Park CK, Kang SY

This study was performed to observe intestinal pathology in early infection by Centrocestus armatus. The flukes were in the lowermost part of the intervillous space of the duodenum and jejunum...
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Bacterial endosymbiosis within the cytoplasm of Acanthamoeba lugdunensis isolated from a contact lens storage case

Chung DI, Kong HH, Kim TH, Hwang MY, Yu HS, Yun HC, Seol SY

Transmission electron microscopy of an Acanthamoeba isolate (KA/L5) from a contact lens case revealed bacterial endosymbionts within cytoplasm of the amoebae. The Acanthamoeba isolate belonged to the morphological group II....
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Restriction endonuclease analysis of mitochondrial DNA of Acanthamoeba sp. YM-4 (Korean isolate)

Shin HJ, Im K, Jeon KW

Acanthamoeba sp. YM-4 is similar to A. culbertsoni based upon morphological characteristics of trophozoites and cysts. However, based on other characteristics, pathogenicity to mice, in vitro cytotoxicity and isoenzyme patterns....
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Rapid detection of Theileria sergenti by polymerase chain reaction

Choi EJ, Kang SW, Kweon CH, Jeong WS, Yoon YD, Song HJ

Four separate pairs of oligonucleotide primers within the coding region in a T. sergenti 33-kDa surface protein gene were selected to detect T. sergenti by PCR. The specificity of PCR-amplified...
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Cloning and sequencing of p33 in a Korean isolate of Theileria sergenti

Kang SW, Choi EJ, Kweon CH

The gene encoding the 33 kDa piroplasm surface protein of Theileria sergenti isolated in Korea was cloned and the nucleotide sequence was determined by dideoxy chain termination method. The cloned...
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Localization of worm antigen in Neodiplostomum seoulense by immuno-electronmicroscopy

Lee JC, Kong Y, Lee SU, Huh S

The localization of worm antigen of Neodiplostomum seoulense was examined by immuno-electronmicroscopic observation. Not only the immunized serum of mice with crude worm extract of N. seoulense but also serum...
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Immunoblot patterns of clonorchiasis

Hong ST, Kho WG, Lee M, Lee JS, Lee SH

Clonorchis sinensis is a liver fluke which is the most prevalent helminth of humans in Korea. The better diagnostic measure of clonorchiasis is required for its nationwide control program. The...
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Experimental infection of murine splenic lymphocytes and granulocytes with Toxoplasma gondii RH tachyzoites

Chai JY, Kook J, Guk SM, Chang YP, Yun CK

Toxoplasma gondii, an intracellular protozoan infecting many kinds of eukaryotic cells, has been used to experimentally infect macrophages, epithelial cells, fibroblasts, and various cancer cells, but rarely T and B...
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In vitro excystation of metacercarial cysts of Echinostoma trivolvis from Rana species tadpoles

Fried B, Bradford J

trivolvis obtained from the kidneys of naturally infected Rana species tadpoles. Cysts were excysted in an alkaline trypsin-bile salts medium and the percentage of excystation was compared with that from...
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