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An alternative method for a fast separation of phosphotyrosine.
A simple and rapid procedure is described for fully separating phosphotyrosine from phosphoserine and phosphothreonine through one-dimensional thin-layer chromatography. The migration properties ofExpand
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Morphological and molecular analyses of larval trematodes in the intertidal bivalve Perumytilus purpuratus from central Chile.
The bivalve Perumytilus purpuratus is a common species that is widely distributed throughout rocky intertidal zones in Chile. This bivalve is the first intermediate host for three trematode species:Expand
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Ontogenetic Variation in Parasite infracommunities of the Clingfish Sicyases sanguineus (Pisces: Gobiesocidae)
Abstract This study analyzed the variation of the parasite infracommunities and their relationship with the diet and spatial distribution of the clingfish Sicyases sanguineus during its ontogeny. InExpand
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A New Species of Pseudodelphis (Dracunculoidea: Guyanemidae) in the Intertidal Fish Scartichthys viridis (Blenniidae) from Central Chile
  • G. Muñoz
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 30 March 2010
Abstract A new species of nematode, Pseudodelphis chilensis n. sp., is described. This parasite was found in muscles of the pectoral fins of a blenniid fish, Scartichthys viridis, from central Chile.Expand
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Endoparasite communities of five fish species (Labridae: Cheilininae) from Lizard Island: how important is the ecology and phylogeny of the hosts?
The parasite community of animals is generally influenced by host physiology, ecology, and phylogeny. Therefore, sympatric and phylogenetically related hosts with similar ecologies should haveExpand
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STRUCTURE OF THE PARASITE COMMUNITIES OF A CORAL REEF FISH ASSEMBLAGE (LABRIDAE): TESTING ECOLOGICAL AND PHYLOGENETIC HOST FACTORS
The role of ecological and phylogenetic processes is fundamental to understanding how parasite communities are structured. However, for coral reef fishes, such information is almost nonexistent. InExpand
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Parasite communities of a fish assemblage from the intertidal rocky zone of central Chile: similarity and host specificity between temporal and resident fish.
The different species of a fish assemblage can, to some extent, be similar in terms of their parasite communities, which can be associated with certain ecological host traits. This study compared theExpand
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Conditions for growing Mycoplasma canadense and Mycoplasma verecundum in a serum-free medium.
Mycoplasma canadense and Mycoplasma verecundum were cultured in a serum-free medium containing bovine serum albumin, cholesterol, oleic acid, and palmitic acid in order to avoid the addition of horseExpand
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[Prevalence and genotypes of hepatitis C virus in blood donors and in patients with chronic liver disease and hepatocarcinoma in a Chilean population].
BACKGROUND The impact of hepatitis C virus infection in Chile has not been well established. AIM To assess hepatitis C virus infection in normal Chileans and in patients with liver disease. Expand
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TWO NEW SPECIES OF ASCAROPHIS (NEMATODA: CYSTIDICOLIDAE) IN MARINE FISHES FROM CHILE
In this study, we describe 2 new species of Ascarophis van Beneden, 1871 (Nematoda: Cystidicolidae), found in fishes from southern Chile. Ascarophis carvajali n. sp. was found in AustrolycusExpand
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