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Erratum: Sympatric Distribution of Three Human Taenia Tapeworms Collected between 1935 and 2005 in Korea

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The explanation of the symbol 'square' in Fig. 3 (p 239) was mistakenly given as T. asiatica. It should be corrected as T. solium.
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Immunoblot Patterns of Taenia asiatica Taeniasis

Jeon HK, Eom KS

Differential diagnosis of Taenia asiatica infection from other human taeniases by serology has been tested. An enzyme-linked immunoelectrotransfer blot (EITB) was applied to subjected human sera and tapeworm materials. Thirty-eight...
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Separation of the Syncytial Layer of Spargana using Urea

Yang HJ

The tegument of tapeworms is known to be composed of an outer syncytial cytoplasm layer which includes microtriches and cytoplasmic organelles (= syncytial layer), and a parenchymatous cytoplasm layer that...
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Ultrastructural Localization of Toxocara canis Larval Antigen Reacted with a Seropositive Human Serum

Lee SU, Yu JR, Huh S

Excretory-secretory products of Toxocara canis larvae have been considered as a major functional antigen in immune responses against toxocariasis. We studied ultrastructural localization of T. canis second-stage larval antigen using...
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A Serological Study on Toxoplasma gondii Infection Among People in South of Tehran, Iran

Salahi-Moghaddam A, Hafizi A

Although Toxoplasma gondii infection generally shows subclinical courses in adults, it may have severe pathologic effects on the fetus. For a survey of toxoplasmosis in Shahr-e-Rey area, south of Tehran,...
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External Ophthalmomyiasis Caused by Oestrus ovis: A Rare Case Report from India

Pandey A, Madan M, Asthana AK, Das A, Kumar S, Jain K

Myiasis of different organs has been reported off and on from various regions in the world. We report a human case of external ophthalmomyiasis caused by the larvae of a...
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Cerebellar Schistosomiasis: A Case Report with Clinical Analysis

Wan H, Lei D, Mao Q

The authors report here a rare case of cerebellar schistosomiasis identified by pathological diagnosis, lacking extracranial involvement. The clinical symptoms included headache, dizziness, and nausea. Studies in blood were normal...
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Disseminated Microfilaremia Associated with Lung Cyst and Empyema: An Autopsy Report

Gupta K, Saikia UN, Bhatia P, Garg M, Wanchu A

Clinical manifestations of extralymphatic disease caused by filariasis are varied and range from symptoms due to tropical pulmonary eosinophilia to hematuria, proteinuria, splenomegaly, and rarely arthritis. Disseminated microfilaremia in association...
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A Nationwide Survey on the Prevalence of Intestinal Parasitic Infections in the Republic of Korea, 2004

Kim TS, Cho SH, Huh S, Kong Y, Sohn WM, Hwang SS, Chai JY, Lee SH, Park YK, Oh DK, Lee JK, Korea Association of Health Promotion

National surveys on the prevalence of intestinal parasitic infections have been carried out every 5-7 years since 1971 in the Republic of Korea in order to establish control measures. The...
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IgE Binding Reactivity of Peptide Fragments of Bla g 4, a Major German Cockroach Allergen

Shin KH, Jeong KY, Hong CS, Yong TS

Cockroaches have been recognized as a major cause of asthma. Bla g 4 is one of the most important German cockroach allergens. The aim of this study is to investigate...
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Indochinamon ou (Crustacea: Potamidae) as a New Second Intermediate Host for Paragonimus harinasutai in Luang Prabang Province, Lao PDR

Sohn WM, Ryu JS, Min DY, Song HO, Rim HJ, Vonghachack Y, Bouakhasith D, Banouvong

Paragonimus harinasutai metacercariae were found in a species of freshwater crab, Indochinamon ou, collected in a small stream of Namback District, Luang Prabang Province, Lao PDR. Adult flukes were recovered...
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Changes in Sonographic Findings after Treatment of Patients with Clonorchiasis in a Heavy Endemic Area

Choi D, Jeon YH, Lee GC, Choi MH, Hong ST

We measured changes in sonographic findings of patients with clonorchiasis after a treatment in a highly endemic area. A total of 347 residents showed positive stool results for Clonorchis sinensis...
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A Survey of Dung Beetles Infected with Larval Nematodes with Particular Note on Copris lunaris Beetles as a Vector for Gongylonema sp. in Iran

Mowlavi G, Mikaeili E, Mobedi I, Kia E, Masoomi L, Vatandoost H

Dung beetles (family Scarabaeidae) are one of the largest families of beetles worldwide. Due to biological behavior of these arthropods, they are considered to play an important role in the...
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Quantitative Evaluation of Infectivity Change of Cryptosporidium parvum after Gamma Irradiation

Lee SU, Joung M, Nam T, Park WY, Yu JR

Cryptosporidium parvum is a well-known waterborne and opportunistic intracellular protozoan parasite that causes diarrheal illness. In this study, we quantitatively investigated reduction of the infectivity of C. parvum after gamma...
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Modeling the Dynamics and Control of Transmission of Schistosoma japonicum and S. mekongi in Southeast Asia

Ishikawa H, Ohmae H

A mathematical model for transmission of schistosomes is useful to predict effects of various control measures on suppression of these parasites. This review focuses on epidemiological and environmental factors in...
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