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Head louse infestation in vagrants and children admitted to public welfare facilities, Republic of Korea

Huh S, Pai KS

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 1995 Mar;33(1):69-71.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.1995.33.1.69
From December 1992 to February 1993, all vagrants and children admitted to public welfare facilities supported by the Government of Republic of Korea were examined for the presence of nit,...
Intestinal parasitic infections in the residents of an emigration camp in Tijuana, Mexico

Huh S, Ahn C, Chai JY

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 1995 Mar;33(1):65-67.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.1995.33.1.65
We examined stool specimens of the residents in the emigration camp in Tijuana, Mexico for helminth eggs or protozoan cysts with formalin-ethyl acetate concentration method in February and July 1992....
Two cases of Gymnophalloides seoi infection accompanied by diabetes mellitus

Lee SH, Chai JY, Seo M, Choi MH, Kim DC, Lee SK

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 1995 Mar;33(1):61-64.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.1995.33.1.61
Gymnophalloides seoi, a new intestinal trematode of humans transmitted by oysters on a southwestern island of Korea, drew medical attentions because of its possible relationship with evoking pancreatitis or other...
IgA response in mice infected with Neodiplostomum seoulensis

Huh S, Lee SU, Won MH, Jeong YG, Kwon YH, Choi CS

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 1995 Mar;33(1):55-60.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.1995.33.1.55
To observe the production of IgA in Balb/c mice with neodiplostomiasis, 20 mice were infected with each 200 metacercariae of Neodiplostomum seoulenis. Sera and the duodenums were obtained 3, 7,...
Oocyst production and immunogenicity of Cryptosporidium baileyi in chickens and mallards

Rhee JK, Jang BG, Park BK

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 1995 Mar;33(1):45-54.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.1995.33.1.45
Two-day-old chickens and mallards were orally inoculated with one of 5 doses varying from 2 x 10(2) to 2 x 10(6) of C. baileyi oocysts per individual. Generally, the more...
The effect of reinfection with Neodiplostomum seoulensis on the histopathology and activities of brush border membrane bound enzymes in the rat small intestine

Yu JR, Hong ST, Chai JY, Lee SH

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 1995 Mar;33(1):37-43.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.1995.33.1.37
Neodiplostomum seoulensis, one of the human intestinal trematodes, was reinfected to albino rats, and worm recovery rates, histopathology and activity changes of the intestinal brush border membrane bound enzymes were...
Comparative epidemiological studies on vector/reservoir animals of tsutsugamushi disease between high and low endemic areas in Korea

Ree HI, Cho MK, Lee IY, Jeon SH

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 1995 Mar;33(1):27-36.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.1995.33.1.27
Comparative epidemiological studies on vector reservoir animals of tsutsugamushi disease were carried out in between south coast (the highest endemic) areas and east coast (low endemic) areas in October 1993....
Seasonal prevalence and behaviour of Aedes togoi

Lee JS, Hong HK

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 1995 Mar;33(1):19-26.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.1995.33.1.19
Ecological studies of Aedes togoi, the vector of malayan filariasis, were carried out at Tolsando, Yosu and Sokcho area in 1991. The adult population of Aedes togoi was continuously appeared...
Effects of nutrient and salinity in egg and larval development of Aedes togoi

Lee JS, Hong HK

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 1995 Mar;33(1):9-18.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.1995.33.1.9
The study made an observation on periodicity of oviposition, and the effects of nutrient and salinity in egg and larval development of Aedes togoi, and the results are summarized as...
Oysters, Crasostrea gigas, as the second intermediate host of Gymnophalloides seoi (Gymnophallidae)

Lee SH, Choi MH, Seo M, Chai JY

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 1995 Mar;33(1):1-7.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.1995.33.1.1
Gymnophalloides seoi has drawn medical attentions since the discovery of the first human case and a highly endemic area on a southwestern coastal island of Shinangun, Korea. Marine bivalves especially...

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