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Survey and Phylogenetic Analysis of Rodents and Important Rodent-Borne Zoonotic Pathogens in Gedu, Bhutan

Phuentshok Y, Dorji K, Zangpo T, Davidson S, Takhampunya R, Tenzinla T, Dorjee C, Morris RS, Jolly PD, Dorjee S, McKenzie J

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):521-525.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.521
Rodents are well-known reservoirs and vectors of many emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases, but little is known about their role in zoonotic disease transmission in Bhutan. In this study, a...
Complete Mitochondrial Genome of the Chagas Disease Vector, Triatoma rubrofasciata

Dong L, Ma X, Wang M, Zhu D, Feng Y, Zhang Y, Wang J

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):515-519.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.515
Triatoma rubrofasciata is a wide-spread vector of Chagas disease in Americas. In this study, we completed the mitochondrial genome sequencing of T. rubrofasciata. The total length of T. rubrofasciata mitochondrial...
Infections with Digenean Trematode Metacercariae in Two Invasive Alien Fish, Micropterus salmoides and Lepomis macrochirus, in Two Rivers in Chungcheongbuk-do, Republic of Korea

Choe S, Park H, Lee D, Kang Y, Jeon HK, Eom KS

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):509-513.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.509
Present study was performed to survey infection status of digenetic trematode metacercariae in 2 alien fish species, Micropterus salmoides (largemouth bass) and Lepomis macrochirus (bluegill), in 2 rivers draining Chungcheongbuk-do,...
Morphological Characteristics and Fish Hosts of Isoparorchis sp. (Digenea: Isoparorchiidae) in Korea

Sohn WM, Na BK

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):501-507.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.501
We described here the morphological characteristics for the species identification and fish hosts of Isoparorchis sp. (Digenea: Isoparorchiidae) in the Republic of Korea (Korea). Total 1,371 freshwater fishes collected in...
Prevalence and Phylogenetic Analyses of Trichuris suis in Pigs in Hunan Province, Subtropical China

Tan L, Wang A, Yi J, Liu Y, Li J, Liu W

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):495-500.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.495
Trichuris suis infection in pigs is ubiquitous in intensive and extensive farms, which causes potential threat to human health. The objective of this research was to investigate the prevalence of...
Effect of 2, 6-Dichlorobenzonitrile on Amoebicidal Activity of Multipurpose Contact Lens Disinfecting Solutions

Moon EK, Lee S, Quan FS, Kong HH

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):491-494.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.491
Multipurpose contact lens disinfecting solutions (MPDS) are widely used to cleanse and disinfect microorganisms. However, disinfection efficacy of these MPDS against Acanthamoeba cyst remain insufficient. 2, 6-dichlorobenzonitrile (DCB), a cellulose...
Phthirus pubis Infestation of the Scalp: A Case Report and Review of The Literature

Veraldi S, Pontini P, Nazzaro G

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):487-489.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.487
Phthirus pubis usually infests the pubis, groin, buttocks and perianal region. It can sometimes infest the thighs, abdomen, chest, axillae and beard. Eyelashes and eyebrows may be involved in children....
Analysis of Five Arboviruses and Culicoides Distribution on Cattle Farms in Jeollabuk-do, Korea

Yang D, Yang MS, Rhim H, Han JI, Oem JK, Kim YH, Lee KK, Lim CW, Kim B

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):477-485.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.477
Arthropod-borne viruses (Arboviruses) are transmitted by arthropods such as Culicoides biting midges and cause abortion, stillbirth, and congenital malformation in ruminants, apparently leading to economic losses to farmers. To monitor...
Morphological Studies of Developmental Stages of Oculotrema hippopotami (Monogenea: Polystomatidae) Infecting the Eye of Hippopotamus amphibius (Mammalia: Hippopotamidae) Using SEM and EDXA with Notes on Histopathology

Rubtsova N, Heckmann R, Smit WJ, Luus-Powell WJ, Halajian A, Roux F

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):463-475.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.463
The present study was performed to observe histopathological effects of Oculotrema hippopotami Stunkard, 1924 infection in the eye of Hippopotamus amphibius, as well as to reveal new details of morphology...
Distribution Status of Hybrid Types in Large Liver Flukes, Fasciola Species (Digenea: Fasciolidae), from Ruminants and Humans in Vietnam

Nguyen TB, Van De N, Nguyen TK, Quang HH, Doan HT, Agatsuma T, Le TH

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):453-461.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.453
The aim of this study is to delineate ‘admixed hybrid’ and ‘introgressive’ Fasciola genotypes present in the Fasciola population in Vietnam. Adult liver flukes collected from ruminants in 18 Provinces...
Comparative Assessment of Diagnostic Performances of Two Commercial Rapid Diagnostic Test Kits for Detection of Plasmodium spp. in Ugandan Patients with Malaria

Bahk YY, Park SH, Lee W, Jin K, Ahn SK, Na BK, Kim TS

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):447-452.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.447
Prompt diagnosis of malaria cases with rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) has been widely adopted as an effective malaria diagnostic tool in many malaria endemic countries, primarily due to their easy...
Tissue Fluid Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbant Assay for Piglets Experimentally Infected with Toxoplasma gondii and Survey on Local and Imported Pork in Korean Retail Meat Markets

Yoo WG, Kim SM, Won EJ, Lee JY, Dai F, Woo HC, Nam HW, Kim TI, Han JH, Kwak D, Cho YS, Kang SW, Kim TS, Zhu XQ, Wang C, Youn H, Hong SJ

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):437-446.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.437
To investigate the prevalence of Toxoplasma gondii in pork on the market in Korea, an in-house enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for tissue fluid (CAU-tf-ELISA) was developed using a soluble extract of...
Virus-Like Particles Expressing Toxoplasma gondii Rhoptry Protein 18 Induces Better Protection Than Rhoptry Protein 4 against T. gondii Infection

Kang HJ, Lee SH, Chu KB, Lee DH, Quan FS

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):429-435.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.429
Toxoplasma gondii is a ubiquitous protozoan parasite responsible for causing toxoplasmosis. Preventive measures for toxoplasmosis are currently lacking and as such, development of novel vaccines are of urgent need. In...
Development of Molecular Diagnosis Using Multiplex Real-Time PCR and T4 Phage Internal Control to Simultaneously Detect Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia lamblia, and Cyclospora cayetanensis from Human Stool Samples

Shin JH, Lee SE, Kim TS, Ma DW, Cho SH, Chai JY, Shin EH

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):419-427.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.419
This study aimed to develop a new multiplex real-time PCR detection method for 3 species of waterborne protozoan parasites (Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia lamblia, and Cyclospora cayetanensis) identified as major causes...
Molecular and Biochemical Properties of a Cysteine Protease of Acanthamoeba castellanii

Hong Y, Kang JM, Joo SY, Song SM, Lê HG, Thái TL, Lee J, Goo YK, Chung DI, Sohn WM, Na BK

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):409-418.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.409
Acanthamoeba spp. are free-living protozoa that are opportunistic pathogens for humans. Cysteine proteases of Acanthamoeba have been partially characterized, but their biochemical and functional properties are not clearly understood yet....
Prevention and Control Strategies for Parasitic Infections in the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Bahk YY, Shin EH, Cho SH, Ju JW, Chai JY, Kim TS

  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2018 Oct;56(5):401-408.
  • doi: 10.3347/kjp.2018.56.5.401
Korea is successfully controlled intestinal parasitic infections owing to economic development and high health consciousness. The Division of Vectors and Parasitic Diseases (formerly the Division of Malaria and Parasitology) is...

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