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Comparative susceptibility of different cell lines for culture of Toxoplasma gondii in vitro

Park BK, Moon HR, Yu JR, Kook J, Chai JY, Lee SH

In order to establish a useful cell culture system for T. gondii, we compared the degree of proliferation of T. gondii tachyzoites among 8 different cell lines; 2 kinds of...
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Cell cycle-dependent entry of Toxoplasma gondii into synchronized HL-60 cells

Youn JH, Nam HW, Kim DJ, Park YM, Kim WK, Kim WS, Choi WY

The degree of attraction of Toxoplasma gondii to vertebrate cells varies with cell type and cell phase. Human promyelocytic leukemia cells, HL-60, were synchronized by double thymidine block method and...
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Tight junctional inhibition of entry of Toxoplasma gondii into MDCK cells

Nam HW, Youn JH, Kim DJ, Choi WY

Various conditions of cultures were performed to investigate the role of tight junctions formed between adjacent MDCK cells on the entry of Toxoplasma. When MDCK cells were cocultured with excess...
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Cytotoxicity of resident and lymphokine-activated mouse peritoneal macrophage against Trichomonas vaginalis

Ryu JS, Ahn MH, Min DY

This study was aimed to observe the direct and lymphokine-activated cell mediated cytotoxic effects against Trichomonas vaginalis by mouse peritoneal macrophages. Cytotoxicity was measured as release of 3H-thymidine from prelabeled...
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The effect of cyclic AMP on the growth of Toxoplasma gondii in vitro

Choi WY, Nam HW, Youn JH, Kim DJ, Kim WK, Kim WS

To assess the role of cAMP on the growth and proliferation of Toxoplasma in HL-60 cells we tested the effect of exogenous cAMP and cAMP analogues to the co-culture system...
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Development of Eimeria tenella in MDBK cell culture with a note on enhancing effect of preincubation with chicken spleen cells

Chai JY, Lee SH, Kim WH, Yun CK

Eimeria tenella, an intracellular protozoan parasite infecting the epithelial cells of the ceca of chickens, causes severe diarrhea and bleeding that can lead its host to death. It is of...
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