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parasite of arthropods and fishes that invade and destroy host cells

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In the present study, to further explore the etiology of HPND, the diseased crabs with HPND were collected from Yangcheng Lake Modern Agriculture Development Company, Suzhou, China, observation of the ultrathin section of tissues from the diseased crabs were observed with a transmission electron microscope and animal regression test were performed, moreover, toxic effect of avermectin and high pH water on crabs was also examined, the results indicated that HPND was not caused by virus or microsporidian and might be induced by water of high pH value and other environmental factors.
However, the contribution of sulfadiazine and pyrimethamine to the regimen is unclear because in vitro testing has indicated these agents are ineffective against the microsporidian Encephalitozoon cuniculi (26).
The disease is becoming increasingly complex because of increasing number of different types of microsporidian infecting silkworms.
Varroa can transmit viruses and exacerbates infection by the microsporidian fungus Nosema which damages the honeybee gut.
This study found that four factors appeared to be the best predictors so far of winter honey bee loss: presence of the microsporidian Nosema ceranae; levels of the protein vitellogenin, which strongly reflects the bee's protein status and plays an immune system role; Varroa mite infestation; and the presence of deformed wing virus, a virus often associated with Varroa mites.
Confirmation of transmission of the microsporidian parasite Enterocytozoon bieneusi in South Africa.
Staining of microsporidian spores by optical brighteners with remarks on the use of brighteners for the diagnosis of AIDS associated human microsporidioses.
For instance, the microsporidian Encephalitozoon romalea is endemic to populations of the omnivorous Eastern Lubber Grasshopper, Romalea microptera, a close relative of T.
The microsporidian Nosema is a fungus-related microbe that produces spores that bees consume when they forage.
Microsporidian life cycles and diversity: the relationship between virulence and transmission.
Although peroxisomes are characteristically found in aerobic cells with mitochondria, there is evidence that peroxisomal enzymes occur in the amitochondriate microsporidian Spraguea lophii.