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Genotype of Giardia intestinalis isolates from children and dogs and its relationship to host origin
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Genotype A was associated with samples from children and dogs, and, therefore, the presence of human Giardia in several animals suggests a zoonotic transmission. Expand
Gnathostoma binucleatum: excretion-secretion antigen analysis obtained from advanced third-stage larvae in in vitro culture.
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In SDS-PAGE gelatin substrate gels ESP resolved as two proteins with molecular weight of 80 and 208 kDa that were sensitive to a metalloproteinase inhibitor, and thus it may be inferred that they might be used for diagnosis of gnathostomiasis. Expand
The frequency of intestinal parasites in puppies from Mexican kennels
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The high prevalence of intestinal parasites found in puppies demonstrates an increased risk for infection in humans, as these animals are usually a common pet in many homes and this zoonotic phenomenon represents an important health problem for any community. Expand
In vitro activity of two phenyl-carbamate derivatives, singly and in combination with albendazole against albendazole-resistant Giardia intestinalis.
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A potential role for a combined therapy with phenyl-carbamates and sub-doses of benzimidazoles in the treatment of giardiasis is suggested. Expand
In vitro anti-Giardia lamblia activity of 2-aryl-3-hydroxymethyl imidazo[1,2-a]pyridines and -pyrimidines, individually and in combination with albendazole.
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The aim of this investigation was to make an in vitro evaluation of the antigiardia response of synthetic derivatives 2-aryl-3-hydroxymethylimidines 1 and -pyrimidines 2 against trophozoites of Giardia lamblia WB, in comparison with the reference drug, albendazole. Expand
Frequency of Giardia intestinalis assemblages isolated from dogs and humans in a community from Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico using beta-giardin restriction gene.
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Dog assemblages showed a similarity between human and dog parasites, suggesting that domestic animals infected with Giardia could produce cysts potentially infective for humans. Expand
Changes in β-giardin sequence of Giardia intestinalis sensitive and resistant to albendazole strains
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This is the first time that the resistance to albendazole correlates with genetics but it is not necessarily caused by mutations in the β-giardin gene of G. intestinalis. Expand
Entamoeba histolytica sequences and their relationship with experimental liver abscesses in hamsters
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It is suggested that ubiquitin could be an important protein involved in the mechanism of E. histolytica invasion as well as lectin surface precursor, replication factor MCM3 and surface antigen. Expand
Classification of Giardia intestinalis isolates by multiple polymerase chain reaction (multiplex)
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The procedure described is useful to determine the Giardia genotype that parasitizes each host to conduct epidemiological studies assessing the close association between human- and animal-infecting strains and to monitor the adaptability of animal strains to humans. Expand
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