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Ultrastructural characterization and comparative phylogenetic analysis of new microsporidia from Siberian mosquitoes: evidence for coevolution and host switching.
A survey of mosquito larvae infected with microsporidia was conducted from 2005 to 2008 in the Tomsk, Kemerovo and Novosibirsk regions of western Siberia, Russia. Twenty-one morphologically andExpand
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Molecular and ultrastructural characterization of Andreanna caspii n. gen., n. sp. (Microsporida: Amblyosporidae), a parasite of Ochlerotatus caspius (Diptera: Culicidae).
A new genus and species of microsporidia, Andreanna caspii n. gen., n. sp. is described from the mosquito, Ochlerotatus caspius (Pallas) based on ultrastructural morphology, developmentalExpand
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[Microsporidia of the genus Parahtelohania (Microspora: Amblyosporidae) from blood-sucking mosquitoes of the genus Anopeles (Diptera: Culicidae) from the South of the West Siberia].
Five new microsporidian species of the genus Parathelohania have been found in the fat body of blood-sucking mosquitoes collected in various water basins in the South of West Siberia: ParathelohaniaExpand
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[Use of the OTE-staining method for ultrathin sections on the example of microsporidia (Protozoa: Microsporidia)].
A novel method for staining ultrathin sections and examining organelles of taxonomic importance in microsporidian parasites was evaluated using oolong tea extract (OTE) and compared with traditionalExpand
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[HOST SPECIFICITY IN MICROSPORIDIA].
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Correction to: A new microsporidium Fibrillaspora daphniae g. n. sp. n. infecting Daphnia magna (Crustacea: Cladocera) in Siberia and its taxonomic placing within a new family Fibrillasporidae and
Ultrastructure of Fibrillaspora is highly similar to that of Berwaldia but the former is phylogenetically distant from the taxon annotated as Berwaldia schaefernai (Genbank accession # AY090042). ItExpand
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[Six new species of microsporidia of the genus Amblyospora (Microspora: Amblyosporidae) from blood sucking mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) from the west Siberia].
Microsporidia of the genus Amblyospora parasiting the adipose body of mosquito larvae of the genus Aedes and Culex has been studied with both light and electron microscopy. Six new species ofExpand
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INTERACTIONS OF MICROSPORIDIA WITH INFECTED HOST CELL.
Microsporidia comprise a group of fungi-related obligate intracellular eukaryotic pathogens with extremely wide host range: from protists to mammals. Adaptation to intracellular parasitism drivesExpand
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[New species of Microsporidia in the genus Amblyospora from blood-sucking mosquitoes in the family Culicidae].
Two microsporidians of the genus Amblyospora from mosquito larvae of Aedes and Culex were studied in Tomsk region (Siberia). Peculiarities of the sporogony and the meiospore ultrastructure wereExpand
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[Crepidula beklemishevi gen. et sp. n. and Dimeiospora palustris gen. et sp. n. (Microspora: Amblyosporidae)--new microsporidian genera and species from blood-sucking mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae)
Microsporidia parasitizing the adipose body of mosquito larvae of Anopheles beklemishevi and Aedes punctor has been studied. Two new genera of microsporidia are described based on lightmicroscopicExpand
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