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Malaria, the most common vector-borne parasite infection worldwide, results from infection by Plasmodium species. Approximately 80% of malaria cases are caused by P. vivax, which is broadly distributed from tropical to temperate regions; P. falciparum is the second most common infectious species. ...

Hong YunJi; Yang SunYoung; Lee KyungHoon; Kim TaekSoo; Kim Hong; Park KyoungUn; Song JungHan; Kim EuiChong
Korean Society for Laboratory Medicine, Seoul, Korea Republic
Annals of Laboratory Medicine, 2012, 32, 3, pp 229-233

Aim: This study investigated the usefulness of serum leptin as a predictor of fatty liver disease in Korean children. Methods: One hundred and twenty-four children were recruited from urban areas in Korea. Anthropometrical parameters and clinical variables, such as the levels of serum lipids,...

Kim InKyoung; Kim JiHye; Kang JaeHeon; Song JiHyun
S Karger AG, Basel, Switzerland
Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, 2008, 53, 2, pp 109-116

This study compares the purpose of travel, tourist types, and information sources as the number of visits increases. A survey was conducted at the Cheju International Airport (Korea Republic) for 5 days starting February 2 1998, and 200 completed questionnaires were received. The results reveal...

Pyo SungSoo; Song JaeHo; Chang HyeSook
Tourism Analysis, 1998, 3, 3/4, pp 181-187

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