Katarzyna Z Gaca

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Coccidia-free rabbits were inoculated with different doses of a pure strain of Eimeria coecicola and samples of gut were taken at 80, 96, 112, 128, 144, and 160 h postinoculation. The use of a very low infective dose (2-20 oocysts) was sufficient to study the last merogony. The number of merozoites in meronts increased when the infective dose decreased.(More)
The purpose of this study was to determine whether hippocampus and cerebral cortex fatty acids (FA) composition can be altered as a result of n-3 enriched diet, or modifications in FA can affect the age-related histological changes in these brain tissues. The study was performed on eighteen rats which were fed control (CD) or fish oil supplemented diet(More)
Nanoporous organic gels can be synthesized from aqueous solutions of formaldehyde and resorcinol in the presence of basic electrolytes such as sodium carbonate. It is well known that formaldehyde is present in the form of methylene glycols or methoxy-glycols in aqueous and methanolic solutions, but influence of pH or electrolytes on speciation in these(More)
Resorcinol and formaldehyde react in aqueous solutions to form nanoporous organic gels well suited for a wide range of applications from supercapacitors and batteries to adsorbents and catalyst supports. In this work, we investigated the mechanism and kinetics of formation of primary clusters in the early stages of formation of resorcinol-formaldehyde gels(More)
Endogenous development of a pure strain of Eimeria media and of a precocious line derived from this strain was studied in specific pathogen-free (SPF) rabbits. Endogenous development of the parental strain comprised three generations and the gamogony began 76 h post-inoculation (pi). Two types of meronts were observed in each generation. The type A meronts(More)
Aging is a process which operates at many levels of physiological, genetic and molecular organization and leads inevitably to death. Brain macroscopic changes by MRI investigation during aging were observed in humans and dogs but chimpanzees did not display significant changes. This suggestion led to the statement that brain aging is different in various(More)
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