Angelika Dohle

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When given orally, quinine or salinomycin cause irreversible damage to the plasmodial developmental stages of Henneguya sp., a gill parasite in the tapir fish Gnathonemus petersii. Naturally infected tapir fish measured 75–169 mm in total length and their total weight ranged over 4.3–11.7 g. The fish bore 7–77 plasmodia in their gill arches. Medicinal food(More)
Epithelial crypts from the bovine colon were obtained by using a combined mechanical and enzymatic isolation method, followed by differential D-sorbitol gradient centrifugation. By using this isolation technique, a pure fraction of epithelial crypts with minimal mesenchymal contamination was obtained. The crypts were seeded in collagen-coated plastic(More)
The metabolic competence of cultured bovine colon epithelial cells was evaluated by determining activities of phase I and II enzymes in colonocytes cultured for different intervals (maximum of 10 days) compared with activities measured in freshly isolated cells. Cytochrome P450 1A1-associated 7-ethoxyresorufin O-deethylase (EROD) activity was detectable in(More)
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