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Corbicula fluminea (Bivalvia: Corbiculidae): a possible second molluscan intermediate host of Echinostoma cinetorchis (Trematoda: Echinostomatidae) in Korea

Chung PR, Jung Y, Park YK, Hwang MG, Soh CT

More than 1,500 clams of Corbicula fluminea, the most favorable food source of freshwater bivalves in Korea, were collected from 5 localities to examine cercarial and metacercarial infection with Echinostoma...
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Enterobius vermicularis egg positive rates in primary school children in Gangwon-do (province), Korea

Lee KJ, Ahn YK, Ryang YS

A survey of the infection rate of Enterobius vermicularis among students in 4 primary schools located in Gangwon-do (Province) was done from May to June 2001. Among the 398 examinees,...
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Infection rates of Enterobius vermicularis and Clonorchis sinensis of primary school children in Hamyang-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do (province), Korea

Kim BJ, Yeon JW, Ock MS

The egg positive rate of Enterobius vermicularis and Clonorchis sinensis of school children in the rural area was studied in Hamyang-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do in Korea. Cellotape anal swab and formalin ether...
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Diphyllobothrium latum infection after eating domestic salmon flesh

Lee KW, Suhk HC, Pai KS, Shin HJ, Jung SY, Han ET, Chai JY

Diphyllobothrium latum infection in human is not common in Korea and only thirty seven cases have been reported since 1921. We report two cases of fish tapeworm infection after ingestion...
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Analysis of polymorphic region of GAM-1 gene in Plasmodium vivax Korean isolates

Kho WG, Chung JY, Hwang UW, Chun JH, Park YH, Chung WC

The identification, characterization and quantification of Plasmodium sp. genetic polymorphism are becoming increasingly important in the vaccine development. We investigated polymorphism of Plasmodium vivax GAM-1 (PvGAM-1) gene in 30 Korean...
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Antigenic profile and localization of Clonorchis sinensis proteins in the course of infection

Hong SJ, Kim TY, Song KY, Sohn WM, Kang SY

In the course of Clonorchis sinensis infection, antigens presented to the hosts may be in a close relation to growth of the fluke. The antigenic proteins stimulating IgG antibody production...
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Analysis of vivax malaria cases in Gangwon-do (province), Korea in the year 2000

Lee KJ, Kim CB, Choi BJ, Park KH, Park JK

A total of 827 malaria cases were reported in the Gangwon-do in the year 2000. There were 18.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. There were 283 cases among civilians and 544...
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Incidence patterns of vivax malaria in civilians residing in a high-risk county of Kyonggi-do (province), Republic of Korea

Moon JJ, Cho SY

The characteristics of vivax malaria epidemics along the demilitarized zone (DMZ) in the Republic of Korea has been established by the early surveillance data. To further characterize the epidemic, data...
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Control of clonorchiasis by repeated treatments with praziquantel

Hong ST, Rim HJ, Min DY, Li X, Xu J, Feng Z, Lee SH

The present study aimed to evaluate control efficacy of clonorchiasis by two schemes of repeated treatment with praziquantel at two endemic villages in China. Residents of one village at Guangxi...
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Epidemiological understanding of Taenia tapeworm infections with special reference to Taenia asiatica in Korea

Eom KS, Rim HJ

In endemic areas of Taenia tapeworms in Korea, most of the reports showed that T. saginata was dominant over T. solium, but eating pigs is the dominant habit over eating...
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