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Phylogenetic analysis of large subunit ribosomal RNA (LSU rRNA or 28S rRNA) gene sequences from free-living predatory flagellates Colpodella angusta, Voromonas pontica, and Alphamonas edax (Apicomplexa) confirms their close relationship with chromerids Chromera velia and Vitrella brassicaformis,...

Author(s)
Mikhailov, K. V.; Tikhonenkov, D. V.; Janouškovec, J.; Diakin, A. Y.; Ofitserov, M. V.; Mylnikov, A. P.; Aleshin, V. V.
Publisher
Pleiades Publishing, Moscow, Russia
Citation
Biochemistry (Moscow), 2015, 80, 11, pp 1492-1499
Abstract

Coccidia possess three distinct genomes: nuclear, mitochondrial, and plastid. Sequences from five genes located on these three genomes were used to reconstruct the phylogenetic relationships of members of the phylum Apicomplexa: 18S rDNA sequences from the nuclear (nu) genome, partial cytochrome c...

Author(s)
Ogedengbe, J. D.; Ogedengbe, M. E.; Hafeez, M. A.; Barta, J. R.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2015, 114, 11, pp 4149-4160
Abstract

Apicomplexa are an ancient group of single-celled pathogens of humans and animals that include the etiological agents of such devastating plagues as malaria, toxoplasmosis, and coccidiosis. The defining feature of the Apicomplexa is the apical complex, the invasion machinery used to gain access to...

Author(s)
Portman, N.; Šlapeta, J.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Trends in Parasitology, 2014, 30, 2, pp 58-64
Abstract

Before the discovery of Toxoplasma gondii as a coccidium of the cat in 1970, cat and dog coccidia were classified in the genus Isospora and considered of little clinical or zoonotic significance. Since 1970, several new (Hammondia sp., Neospora sp.) and previously described species, including ...

Author(s)
Dubey, J. P.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Parasitology, 2009, 136, 12, pp 1469-1475
Abstract

The optimum method of transmission for a blood parasite is brought about when it is withdrawn from the blood by an insect and is reintroduced by it into suitable blood. Leaving aside the cases where the insect plays but a mechanical rôle in much the same manner as a syringe needle, cases of...

Author(s)
Mesnil, F.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1921, 14, 6, pp 310-315
Abstract

Coccidiosis in cattle has been found to be a by no means uncommon condition in many parts of the world, especially in tropical and sub-tropical countries, since it was first studied in 1892 by ZSCHOKKE and HESS in Switzerland, where it was known as rothe Ruhr. Until quite recently, however, the...

Author(s)
Smith, Theobald; Geaybill, H. W.
Citation
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1918, 28, 1, pp 89-108 pp.
Abstract

" In the classification, of Haemocytozoa or Haemosporidia the greatest confusion still exists and it is thus desirable to revise their classification. The confusion arising in connection with the systematic position of these protozoa is undoubtedly due to the very strict parasitism of these...

Author(s)
Franca, Carlos
Publisher
Lisbon: Imprensa Nacional.,
Citation
J. de Sciencias Matematicas, Fisicas e Naturais., 1917, Series 3, 1, pp 41 pp.

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