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Two imported cases of cutaneous larva migrans

Park JW, Kwon SJ, Ryu JS, Hong EK, Lee JU, Yu HJ, Ahn MH, Min DY

Cutaneous larva migrans (CLM) is a rare serpiginous cutaneous eruption caused by accidental penetration and migration in the skin with infective larvae of nematode that normally do not have the...
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Toxoplasma gondii: ultrastructural localization of specific antigens and inhibition of intracellular multiplication by monoclonal antibodies

Lee BY, Ahn MH, Kim HC, Min DY

This experiment was focused on the characterization of anti-Toxoplasma monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) and the effect of mAbs on the parasite invasion of mouse peritoneal macrophages. Twenty eight mAbs including...
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Molecular cloning and characterization of an antigenic protein with a repeating region from Clonorchis sinensis

Kim TY, Kang SY, Ahn IY, Cho SY, Hong SJ

In the course of immunoscreening of Clonorchis sinensis cDNA library, a cDNA CsRP12 containing a tandem repeat was isolated. The cDNA CsRP12 encodes two putative peptides of open reading...
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Detection and characterization of excretory/secretory proteins from Toxoplasma gondii by monoclonal antibodies

Son ES, Nam HW

Excretory/secretory proteins (ESP) from Toxoplasma gondii were analyzed to define the function in the penetration process into host cells. Whole ESP obtained at 37 degrees C were composed of 15...
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PCR-RFLP patterns of four isolates of Trichinella for rDNA ITS1 region

Kwon HS, Chung MS, Joo KH

We have studied the genetic differences among four isolates of Trichinella including a new strain of Trichinella spiralis (ISS 623) recently found from a human case who took a...
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Intestinal histopathology and in situ postures of Gymnophalloides seoi in experimentally infected mice

Chai JY, Lee HS, Hong SJ, Yoo JH, Guk SM, Seo M, Choi MH, Lee SH

The intestinal histopathology and in situ postures of Gymnophalloides seoi (Digenea: Gymnophallidae) were studied using C3H/HeN and C57BL/6 mice as experimental hosts; the effects of immunosuppression were also observed. The...
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A nationwide survey of the prevalence of human Gymnophalloides seoi infection on western and southern coastal islands in the Republic of Korea

Chai JY, Park JH, Han ET, Shin EH, Kim JL, Hong KS, Rim HJ, Lee SH

A nationwide survey was performed to know the distribution and prevalence of human Gymnophalloides seoi infection on western and southern coastal islands in the Republic of Korea. A total...
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Localization of cytoskeletal proteins in Pneumocystis carinii by immuno-electron microscopy

Yu JR, Pyon JK, Seo M, Jung BS, Cho SR, Lee SH, Hong ST

Pneumocystis carinii causes serious pulmonary infection in immunosuppressed patients. This study was undertaken to observe the cytoskeletal proteins of P. carinii by immuno-electron microscopy. P. carinii infection was experimentally...
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Highlights of human toxocariasis

Magnaval J, Glickman L, Dorchies P, Morassin B

Human toxocariasis is a helminthozoonosis due to the migration of Toxocara species larvae through human organism. Humans become infected by ingesting either embryonated eggs from soil (geophagia, pica), dirty...
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