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Gutteridge, W. & Köhler, P. (Eds.) Parasites - their world and ours. Proceedings of the 5th. International Congress of Parasitology, (Toronto, August 1982), Supplement, Molecular and. Biochemical Parasitology, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 426 . 146. Lawson, J. R. & Gemmell, M.A. (1983) Hydatidosis and cysticercosis: the dynamics ...


Budischak S.A., Belden, L.K., and Hopkins W.A.

Apr 10, 2008 ... Abstract Amphibian populations around the world are facing threats that include disease and pollution. ... 2003; Kiesecker 2002) and increa- ses in prevalence of parasite infection (Christin et al. 2003; ..... Gutteridge W, Kohler P (eds) Molecular and biochemical parasitology: parasites—their world and ours.


Mini-exon gene variation in human pathogenic Leishmania species

ELSEVIER. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 66 (1994) 261-271. MOLECULAR. AND. BIOCHEMICAL. PARASITOLL)GY. Mini-exon gene variation in human ... the New World subgenus Leishmania possess a 0.3-kb gene that differs from the 0.25-kb gene of New World dermotropic ... host-parasite interaction [1].


(serotonin) and vertebrate neuropeptides in the nervous system of

Cyclophyllidea). In: Parasites - their world and ours. Sup- plement to Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology. Pro- ceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Parasito- logy, Toronto, Canada, August 1982, pp 150-151. Mettrick DF, Podesta RB (1982) Effect of gastrointestinal hor- mones and amines on intestinal motility ...


Biochemical and molecular mechanisms of drug resistance in

of parasite resistance in malaria, sleeping sickness, leishmaniasis and common helminthiases. Parasites resort to multiple biochemical means to achieve ... becoming a public health problem. Our understanding of drug resistance in parasitic protozoa is progressing steadily but possibly not as rapidly as parasites are.


Medical Treatment of Echinococcus multilocularis and New

the molecular and biochemical characterization of E. multilocularis complex II as a poten- tial drug target. .... immunization with a parasite surface antigen, with cholera toxin subunit B as a carrier mole- cule, induced ... Our group has focused on the biochemical properties of complex II and its potential as a drug target against ...


Evolutionary relationships between 15 Plasmodium species from

We present a new phylogenetic analysis of 15 primate Plasmodium species based on 18S rDNA sequences including new sequences of Plasmodium coatneyi, P. fieldi, P. gonderi, P. hylobati and P. simium. The results are discussed in the context of the parasite host species and their geographical distribution. Contrary to ...


Sequence analysis of small subunit ribosomal RNA genes and its

Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology, 51 (1992) 133-142. 133. © 1992 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. All ... and its use for detection and identification of Leishmania parasites. Guillaume J.J.M. van Eys 1, Gerard J. Schoone 1, ... confirmed by Southern analysis in our labora- tory. The strains were rr/aintained and mass.


Sequence variation of the Cytochrome b gene of various human

discriminate parasite species; 245 nucleotide positions were polymorphic and 190 positions were parsimony informative. ...... ribosomal RNA genes and its use for detection and identification of Leishmania parasites. Molecular and. Biochemical Parasitology 51, 133–142. WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (2000 ).


Intergenic Region Typing (IRT)

/Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 73 (1995) 145-155 peripylarian parasites into a new subgenus (Viunniu. [3]) and retaining suprapylarian groups in the sub- genus Leishmania Saf'anova 1982 [3]. Taxonomic studies of Leishmaniu from New World have re- vealed a tremendous diversity at both organismal and.

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Molecular & Biochemical Parasitology Functional characterization of

Dec 16, 2009 ... Molecular & Biochemical Parasitology 170 (2010) 28–36. Contents lists ... Parasite. Iron acquisition. a b s t r a c t. Leishmania amazonensis LIT1 was identified based on homology with IRT1, a ferrous iron transporter from. Arabidopsis ... its iron transport capacity when expressed in yeast. Mutagenesis ...


A bibliography and an index list on parasites and parasitic diseases

International Congress of Parasitology. 7.-14. Aug. 1982, Toronto, Canada, " Parasites - their world and ours". Molecular and Biochemical. Parasitology, Abstracts, Amsterdam: Elsevier Biomedisal Press, 125-126. 8. Agersborg, H. P. K. (1918) Nematodes in marketable fishes. Science,N.Y., 48, 493-495. 9. Airaksinen , K.


Biochemical, genetic and applied aspects of drug resistance in

spread of resistance throughout parasite populations is required. Since there are no methods at present to prevent resistance, more attention should be given to .... the biochemical pathways present in the parasite and how they differ from those .... establish the molecular basis of resistance to DHFR inhibitors in Eimeria.


Genome evolution in trypanosomatid parasites

A decade of genome sequencing has transformed our understanding of how trypanosomatid parasites have evolved and .... each parasite (Acosta-Serrano et al. ...... stages of the protozoan parasite Leishmania major. Molecular and. Biochemical Parasitology 136, 71–86. Alcolea, P. J., Alonso, A., Sánchez- Gorostiaga, A., ...


Autophagic Balance Between Mammals and Protozoa: A Molecular

worldwide. These illnesses have been classified by the World Health Organization as neglected ... its life cycle, many metabolic and morphological changes must occur for the parasite to survive in a new host ... Autophagic Balance Between Mammals and Protozoa: A Molecular, Biochemical and Morphological Review.


Role of Known Molecular Markers of Resistance in the Antimalarial

Dec 17, 2008 ... Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology Group, Centre for Tropical and Infectious Diseases, Liverpool School of. Tropical Medicine ... Using a range of laboratory-adapted and genetically modified Plasmodium falciparum parasite isolates, we ... problems in many parts of the world, especially Africa. Disap-.


The Houghton strain of Eimeria tenella: A review of the type strain

The H strain has been utilised in many fundamental studies on the eimerian life cycle and its relationship with the host. It has also ... parasite and some of the core methods used to prepare purified extracellular life cycle stages for experimental studies or ... flocks, and much of our knowledge of Eimeria spp. and the diseases ...


Molecular analysis of chloroquine resistance in Plasmodium

Our result indicated that in agreement with that mefloquine has not been used in this area, most ... history of antimalarial drugs in Yunnan, its geographical connections with three malarious countries facilitate ... keywords malaria parasite , chloroquine resistance, Plasmodium falciparum chloroquine resistance transporter ...


The human blood parasite Schistosoma mansoni expresses

Sep 19, 2017 ... Both display high relative expression in the parasite's intravascular life forms. ... hypothesize that these proteins play key roles in modifying the local environment of the worms to ensure their ... strates, it is clear that calpains can be involved in a diversity of molecular functions including cell motility, signal.


Molecular analysis of recrudescent parasites in a Plasmodium

Seventy-seven children had identical parasites in their pre- and post-treatment samples, indicating ... World Health Ornanization guidelines PAYNE. ... parasite genes. The likelihood of a natient beine reinfected with a parasite containing exacGy the same 'alleles at each of. 3 loci is very small. If, therefore, the parasites in ...