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Three types of immunotherapics against pythiosis insidiosi developed and evaluated.
Pythiosis is a granulomatous disease of horses, cattle, dogs, cats and humans identified in tropical and subtropical areas and caused by Pythium insidiosum, a zoosporic fungus. Experimental models of… Expand
Characterization of the specificity of the humoral response to Pythium insidiosum antigens
Abstract Pythium insidiosum is the etiological agent of pythiosis, a chronic granulomatous disease affecting people and several animal species, mainly horses. Immunotherapy has recently arisen as a… Expand
Agalactia in Mares fed with grain contaminated with Claviceps purpurea
This article reports an outbreak of intoxication of female horses with Claviceps purpurea in southern Brazil. The outbreak affected twelve pregnant mares which were fed with black oat (Avena… Expand
Caracterização filogenética de isolados de Beauveria bassiana originados de diferentes insetos hospedeiros Phylogenetic characterization of Beauveria bassiana isolates originating from different host…
This study aimed to evaluate genetic variability using the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of ribosomal DNA (rDNA) and the phylogeny of five Beauveria bassiana: IPA145, IPA148, IPA223,… Expand
CONDIÇÕES IDEAIS DE pH E TEMPERATURA PARA A ATIVIDADE DA NTPDase EM LINFÓCITOS DE PACIENTES IMUNODEPRIMIDOS PELA INFECÇÃO CAUSADA PELO HIV¹ IDEAL CONDITIONS FOR pH AND TEMPERATURE IN THE NTPDase…
The NTPDase (ecto-apirase, ecto-difosfoidrolase, CD39, EC 188.8.131.52) is an enzyme identified as the surface antigens of lymphoid cells, which an increased expression leads to an increased hydrolysis of… Expand