2 edition of Researches on the intestinal protozoa of monkeys and man. found in the catalog.
Researches on the intestinal protozoa of monkeys and man.
From Parasitology, Vol. XXX., No. 2, 8 July 1938.
|Statement||by Clifford Dobell.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 195-238 :|
|Number of Pages||238|
Cultured stocks of Entamoeba hartmanni, Endolimax nana, Iodamoeba buetschlii and Dientamoeba fragilis were compared with the four Entamoeba histolytic Cited by: The most common medical disorder among travelers from developed countries to developing countries is diarrheal illness (28, 29), which also is the most common reason that Peace Corps volunteers (PCVs) seek medical care (4, 7).Various bacterial enteropathogens, such as enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli, are the most commonly identified etiologic agents of travelers' diarrhea (5, 18, 21).Cited by:
Summary. Cultured stocks of Entamoeba hartmanni, Endolimax nana, Iodamoeba buetschlii and Dientamoeba fragilis were compared with the four Entamoeba histolyticCited by: The text then elaborates on virus research, models for investigation in parasitology, and primates as organ donors in transplantation studies in man. The manuscript examines the importance of monkeys for the study of malignant tumors in man; use of primates in cardiovascular research; and humanlike diseases in anthropoid Edition: 1.
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Researches on the intestinal Protozoa of Monkeys and Man. General introduction, and IX. The life-history of Entamoeba coli, with special reference to metacystic development. Parasitology, 30, Researches on the intestinal protozoa of monkeys and man: IX. The life-history of Entamoeba coli, with special reference to metacystic development.
Clifford Dobell (a1)Cited by: Researches on the Intestinal Protozoa of Monkeys and Man. General Introduction, and II. Description of the whole Life-History of Entamoeba histolytica in Cultures - Volume 20 Issue 4.
Researches on the intestinal protozoa of monkeys and man: XI. The cytology and life-history of Endolimax nana. Clifford Dobell (a1).
After a number of carefully controlled experiments with the tricho-monads of man and macaques the author arrives at the general conclusion that the intestinal and vaginal trichomonads of man are not specifically distinct from one another nor from the flagellates of similar habitat in macaques.
The consequence of this is that Trichomonas vaginalis Donn‚,T. hominis Davaine, [ by: Intestinal Protozoa of Monkeys and Man intestinal species o Trichomonasf bu; t I am satisfied that the existence of more than one zoological species in these hosts has not yet been demonstrated conclusively.
As all these flagellates appear to be so closely similar, it seemed onlyCited by: 1. Parasitology. Mar;42() Researches on the intestinal protozoa of monkeys and man.
XII. Bacterial factors influencing the life history of Entamoeba histolytica in by: Researches on the Intestinal Protozoa of Monkeys and Man. An Experimental Study of the Histolytica-like Species of Entamoeba living naturally in Macaques.
Author(s): Dobell, CliffordCited by: DOBELL C, NEAL RA, HOARE CA. Researches on the intestinal protozoa of monkeys and man. XII. Bacterial factors influencing the life history of Entamoeba histolytica in cultures. Parasitology. Mar; 42 ()– The present study aimed at assessing the extent of helminths and intestinal protozoa infections among children of 10 schools in four districts of Tajikistan, and to make recommendations for control.
Of the so-called nonpathogenic intestinal protozoa, Endolimax nana belongs to the ones least well described. Most data on E. nana have emerged from general surveys of intestinal parasites in selected cohorts and mostly in the absence of any particular focus onthe genus of Endolimax remains largely unexplored in terms of morphology, taxonomy, genetic diversity, host.
Updated and much expanded, the Second Edition of Parasitic Protozoa is designed to be useful to physicians, veterinarians, and research scientists concerned with diseases caused by protozoa in man, and in domestic and wild animals including fish, mollusks and insects, as well as the more commonly considered vertebrate animals.
Each section contains information on disease pathogens, treatment. Book: The Intestinal Protozoa of Man. + pp. Abstract: This admirable treatise, where a wealth of exact fact in accurate historical perspective is mirrored in a literary and artistic medium of much refinement, is meant to serve both the neophyte in protozoology whose circumstances merely necessitate a sound knowledge of Cited by: This research aimed at evaluating the gastrointestinal parasitism by protozoa in monkeys kept in captivity in the Southern region of Brazil.
Fecal samples from 18 primates of the species Cebus. TRANSACTIONS Op THE ROYAI. SOCIBTY OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE, VOL. 76, NO. 4, The morphology in culture of the intestinal amoebae of man P.
SARGEAUNT AND J. WILLIAMS Dept. of Medical Protozoology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, London WCIE 7HT Summary The intestinal amoebae of man have been characterized into Cited by: COVID Resources.
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Of the so-called nonpathogenic intestinal protozoa, Endolimax nana belongs to the ones least well described. Most data on E. nana have emerged from general surveys of intestinal.
Researches on the intestinal protozoa of monkeys and man. The life history of Dientamoeba fragilis: observations, experiments and speculations. Parasitology – Vertical infection of T. gondii by crossing the placenta occurs in either natural or experimental infections in man, mice, rats, hamsters, guinea pigs, dogs, sheep, cattle, and, rarely, cats.
Host. Toxoplasma gondii occurs in about species of mammals and birds. The domestic cat and wild felids are the only definitive hosts in which oocysts are produced (Levine, ). This chapter begins with a discussion on Giardia lamblia.
Recent studies document antigenic variation with surface antigen changes during human infections with G. lamblia; although the biological importance of this work is not clear, it suggests that this variation may provide a mechanism for the organism to escape the host immune response.
Intestinal protozoan infections are a worldwide problem in both industrialised and unindustrialised countries; in the latter they may be the cause of significant morbidity and mortality.The prevalence of the parasite in the pig population was %; % in young animals and % in adults; % in the "lake zone" and % in the "intermediate zone"; there is no.Despite these limitations it is clear that a number of parasites may cause mal- absorption.
Intestinal parasites can be divided into two major groups: the Pro- tozoa and Helminths. The latter can be subdivided into tapeworms, roundworms and flatworms. This paper will review their association with malabsorption in man. PROTOZOA by: