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Incorporation of 14C-amino acids by malaria (Plasmodium lophurae). I. Role of ions and amino acids in the medium.
Plasmodium lophurae: (U-14C)-glucose catabolism by free Plasmodia and duckling host erythrocytes.
Abstract The catabolism of glucose by the avian malaria parasite Plasmodium lophurae was studied in vitro by employing the radioisotope [U- 14 C]- d -glucose. Quantitatively, infected cells showed… Expand
Virulent Trypanosoma lewisi infections in cortisone-treated rats.
Administration of four doses of 50 to 100 mg cortisone/kg body wt to rats 2 days prior to, and 2 days postinoculation with ca. 1 X 106 Trypanosoma lewisi causes a prolonged parasite reproductive… Expand
The accumulation of amino acids by Plasmodium lophurae (avian malaria).
- I. Sherman, R. A. Virkar, J. Ruble
- Biology, Medicine
- Comparative biochemistry and physiology
- 1 October 1967
Abstract 1. 1. The avian malaria Plasmodium lophurae , malaria-infected erythrocytes and normal duck erythrocytes incubated at 37–39°C for periods up to 30 min in the presence of 14 C-labeled amino… Expand
Characterization of the malaria pigment (hemozoin) from the avian malaria parasite Plasmodium lophurae.
SYNOPSIS. Plasmodium lophurae hemozoin (malaria pigment) is a heme-containing protein which is distinctly different from hemoglobin and hematin by immunologic, spectrophotometric, fingerprint,… Expand
Subsonic, High Altitude Propulsion System Analysis
Abstract : A parametric propulsion system analysis has been conducted to assess the subsonic endurance potential, cycle characteristics, and technology payoff for turbofan engines specifically… Expand