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Parasites derived from a cloned line of Plasmodium falciparum were selected for the rosetting phenotype following separation of parasite populations into non-rosetting trophozoites and trophozoites released from rosettes. Rosetting and non-rosetting populations were shown to be antigenically...

Author(s)
Brown, G. V.; Davern, K. M.; Novakovic, S. B.; Rogerson, S. J.; Reeder, J. C.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Protozoological Abstracts, 1996, 20, 7, pp 403-406

The involvement of the parasite cell organelles in the process of asexual reproduction within the cyst of Sarcocystis is examined. The origin and functional role of some cell and apical organelles (the Golgi adjunct, the anterior polar ring, micronemes, micropores) during the course of division in...

Author(s)
Radchenko, A. I.; Beyer, T. V.
Citation
Protozoological Abstracts, 1995, 19, 10, pp 651-657

Research into Sarcocystis is reviewed, primarily covering work in the field of cytology which has been carried out in Russia and other parts of the former USSR over the last 15 years. The cytological evidence on the sarcocyst composition in Sarcocystis spp. is presented. In addition to the 2...

Author(s)
Beyer, T. V.; Radchenko, A. I.
Citation
Protozoological Abstracts, 1995, 19, 10, pp 645-649

This review examines the chemotherapy of trypanosomiasis in man and animals, the development of new trypanocidal drugs, trypanocidal drug combinations, and chemotherapeutic successes and limitations. It is concluded that combination chemotherapy offers promise for the effective treatment of early...

Author(s)
Onyeyili, P. A.; Egwu, G. O.
Citation
Protozoological Abstracts, 1995, 19, 5, pp 229-241

The role of nutrition in the pathogenesis of African trypanosomiasis is reviewed with particular emphasis on energy metabolism, under the headings: nutrition of bloodstream trypanosomes; effects of trypanosomiasis on nutrition; energy metabolism in trypanosomiasis; effect of nutrition on...

Author(s)
Igbokwe, I. O.
Citation
Protozoological Abstracts, 1995, 19, 12, pp 797-807

The involvement of the nervous system in Plasmodium falciparum malaria is a complex problem, and several mechanisms including mechanical obstruction of the microcirculation and immune mediated damage probably play a role in the pathogenesis. This review focuses attention on some of the more unusual ...

Author(s)
Silva, H. J. de; Silva, N. R. de
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Protozoological Abstracts, 1994, 18, 1, pp 1-6

This review article discusses the progress being made in the search for a malaria vaccine under the headings: the malaria parasite; immunity to malaria (acquired immunity to the pre-erythrocytic stages, acquired immunity to asexual blood stages, acquired immunity to sexual stages, naturally...

Author(s)
Phillips, R. S.
Citation
Protozoological Abstracts, 1994, 18, 11, pp 459-486

The immunochemical causes and the immunopathological effects of the anaemia and immunosuppression during animal trypanosomiasis are reviewed in relation to the antigenic variation that characterizes the pathogenic African trypanosomes. Emphasis is given to erythrophagocytosis and the reduction of...

Author(s)
Esievo, K. A. N.; Saror, D. I.
Citation
Protozoological Abstracts, 1991, 15, 7, pp 337-349

This review presents an up to date synthesis of the taxonomy of Giardia with emphasis on the significance of genetic variation to the epidemiology of giardiasis. In the first section, details are given of the life-cycle of Giardia and its modes of transmission. The history and current status of...

Author(s)
Thompson, R. C. A.; Lymbery, A. J.; Meloni, B. P.
Citation
Protozoological Abstracts, 1990, 14, 1, pp 1-28

The discovery of the antitheilerial drugs, parvaquone, buparvaquone and halofuginone in the past decade is a major breakthrough in the chemotherapy of bovine theileriosis. Several clinical trials have confirmed their efficacy against the major Theileria species of economic importance in cattle....

Author(s)
Kinabo, L. D. B.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Protozoological Abstracts, 1989, 13, 12, pp 491-498

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