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Hepatozoon fusifex Sp. N., a mehogregarine from boa constrictor producing marked morphological changes in infected erythrocytes.
In a large proportion of Boa constrictor taken in the vicinity of Colima, Mexico, hemogregarines were visible in erythrocytes of the peripheral circulation. One characteristic of a majority of theseExpand
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Infectivity to canaries of sporozoites of Plasmodium relictum developing in vitro.
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Failure to Isolate Microorganisms from within Mosquito Eggs
By means of standard bacteriological methods, attempts were made to isolate microorganisms from eggs of the following species of mosquitoes: Culex tarsalis Coquillett, Culex quinquefasciatus Say,Expand
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In vitro development of the mosquito phase of Plasmodium relictum.
Abstract The mosquito phase of Plasmodium relictum has been cultivated in vitro as a series of steps from the stage of the gametocytes in the lumen of the stomach of the vector, Culex tarsalis untilExpand
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Use of amino acids by Plasmodium relictum oocysts in vitro.
Abstract A comparison was made of the in vitro growth of the gut of Culex tarsalis in Grace's insect culture medium, supplemented with fetal bovine serum in the presence of dividing cells ofExpand
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The cultivation of Plasmodium relictum in mosquito cell lines.
Oocysts of Plasmodium relictum were cultured on stomachs of Culex tarsalis in a modified Grace's medium in the presence of Grace's cell line of Aedes aegypti. In vitro development of individualExpand
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