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Synonyms for Schistosoma

type genus of the family Schistosomatidae: blood flukes

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Invasive parasitic diseases including lung infections occurred when infected by Leishmania donovani , Plasmodium falciparum , Schistosoma haematobium , Schistosoma japonicum , and Paragonimus westermani .
Identification of the resistance of a novel molecule heat shock protein 90 alpha (HSP90 alpha) in Microtus fortis to Schistosoma japonicum infection.
Electrophoretic detection of genetic variability among Schistosoma japonicum isolates by sequence-related amplified polymorphism.
Aretminisins have been found to possess a broad spectrum of activity against a wide range of flatworms (trematodes), including Schistosoma japonicum, S.
Prevalence, intensity and associated morbidity of Schistosoma japonicum infection in the Dongting lake region, China.
Tong-Sheng Zhong y Guodong Liu; Silica sol-gel amperometric immunosensor for Schistosoma japonicum antibody assay.
Schistosoma japonicum or blood fluke -- one of the major infectious parasites to a wide range of hosts including primates, rodents, carnivores, and humans -- has evolved for thousands of years.
Next, the three-dimensional crystal structure of glutathione S-transferase of Schistosoma japonicum fused with a conserved neutralizing epitope on gp4l of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-l) was determined at 2.
7) Schistosoma japonicum is spread by the freshwater snail Oncomelania and it is responsible for intestinal and hepatosplenic schistosomal infections in Indonesia, Peoples Republic of China, and the Philippines.
Information concerning morphological and functional basis of defense cells of Oncomelania hupensis (Gastropoda: Pomatiopsidae), intermediate host of schistosomiasis parasite, Schistosoma japonicum, observed through optical microscopy (light and fluorescence); scanning electron microscopy (SEM); and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is presented.
A stratified cluster random sampling technique was used, and 239 villages were selected in 7 provinces where Schistosoma japonicum remains endemic.
To help extinguish effects of the ancient parasite, the Schistosoma japonicum or blood fluke --one of the major infectious parasites to a wide range of hosts including primates, rodents, carnivores, and humans -- Chinese Scientists at the China National Human Genome Center (CHGC) in Shanghai are using SGI (NASDAQ:SGIC) compute technology running a Mitrion-accelerated BioInformatics application to improve early disease diagnosis and discover new drugs to effectively treat disease caused by this parasite.