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Localization and isolation of anthelmintic activity on Clonorchis sinensis from stem cortex of Machilis thunbergii

Rhee JK, Baek BK, Ahn BZ, Oh SH

The present work was to localize and isolate the anthelmintic substance from stem cortex of Machilis thunbergii which grows in all parts of the Korea peninsula. The dried M. thunbergii...
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Therapeutic field trial with praziquantel (Biltricide) in a rural population infected with Clonorchis sinensis

Rim HJ, Lee YM, Lee JS, Joo KH

The present study was undertaken to determine the acceptablility, tolerance and effectiveness of praziquantel in a rural population infected with Clonorchis sinensis and to suggest the suitable dosages of praziquantel...
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Newly found endemic foci of Clonorchis sinensis in Kyungpook Province, Korea

Joo CY, Choi DW

Nishimura in 1943 indicated for the first time that a serious endemic focus of Clonorchis sinensis is located in the vicinity of Yeong-cheon(Kyungpook Province, Korea). Later, numerous surveys of this...
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Experimental studies on the second intermediate hosts of Clonorchis sinensis. III. Observations on the relationship between clavate cells of epidermis and infectivity of metacercariae of Clonorchis sinensis in fresh-water fish

Rhee JK

In order to know relationship between the clavate cells of epidermis and infectivity of metacercariae of C. sinensis. histological investigation of epidermis was carried out on the 26 species of...
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Ultrastructure of the integument of adult Clonorchis sinensis

Kim CH

Ultrastructural studies on the integument of digenetic trematodes were investigated by several workers (Senft et al., 1961; Bjorkman and Thorsell, 1964; Burton, l966; Erasmus, l968; Morris and Threadgold, 1967, l968)....
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The host-parasite relations of Clonorchis sinensis in the mouse-Studies on the development of C. sinensis in mouse

Rhee CH, Seo BS

It is well established that guinea pig, rabbit and rat are equally susceptible to experimental infection with the Chinese liver fluke, Clonorchis sinensis. However, little work has been done on...
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Studies on Sarles' phenomenon of the excysted larvae of Clonorchis sinensis

Seong CY, Seo BS

The occurrence of Sarles' phenomenon (Cerkarien Hullen Reaktion) are proved in the excysted metacercariae of Clonorchis sinensis which were incubated in the sera from rabbits given a varying number of...
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Field survey on the freshwater snails in Cheju Province(Quelpart lsland), Korea: Especially on presence or not of Parafossarulus manchouricus

Kang SY, Loh IK, Park YH, Kim BC, Lim TB

The question of infectivity and prevalence of Clonorchis sinensis in Cheju province (Quelpart Island) was arisen to authors since the several surveys on the endemic diseases were performed in this...
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Studies on the experimental mode of infections of Clonorchis sinensis. II. Experimental infection of Clonorchis sinensis cercaria to fry of fresh water fishes

Chun SK

Cercariae of Clonorchis sinensis were attempted to penetrate into various fry of fresh water fishes in order to examine the conditions of infection and the further development in the fish....
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Epidemiological studies of Clonorchis sinensis prevailed in the peoples of Kyungpook Province

Shin DS

The author studied the infection rates of Clonorchiis sinensis in the inhabitants of Kyungpook Province, and surveyed infestation rates of Clonorchis metacercarias in the twelve kinds of fresh water fishes...
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