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Host Resistance to the Khartoum Strain of Leishmania donovani
Talk given by Leslie A. Stauber from the Bureau of Biological Research, Rutgers, The State University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Minchinia nelsoni n. sp. (Haplosporida, Haplosporidiidae): Causative Agent of the Delaware Bay Oyster Epizo�tic
TLDR
This parasite is identified as a new species of Minchinia that invades oysters through epithelial tissues of gill, palp, water tubes, and, occasionally, of the digestive tract. Expand
PINNOTHERES OSTREUM, PARASITIC ON THE AMERICAN OYSTER, OSTREA (GRYPHAEA) VIRGINICA
TLDR
All stages of crabs have been found in oysters either singly or in various combinations except that no more than one specimen of a Stage III, IV, or V female has ever been observed within a single oyster. Expand
Characterization of strains of Leishmania donovani.
  • L. A. Stauber
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Experimental parasitology
  • 1 February 1966
TLDR
Upon intravascular introduction of similar numbers of parasites into hamsters, African, Mediterranean and Burmese strains of L. donovani appear to have distinct characteristics: early rates of accumulation of parasites, peak numbers in spleen and liver, and time to death all differ. Expand
An Eight‐day Method for Screening Compounds against Leishmania donovani in the Golden Hamster*
SYNOPSIS. Intracardial inoculation of 1–10 million L. donovani in 0.1 ml. of ground spleen suspension from an infected animal (hamster) results in a uniform rise of parasite numbers in the untreatedExpand
Course of infection of Leishmania donovani in hamsters inoculated by the intraperitoneal route.
TLDR
Evaluating the leishmanial infection in terms of prepatent periods and median times to death following intraperitoneal inoculations of different dosages of parasites found that the median time to death was greater in intra peritoneally induced infections than intracardially induced infections for each dosage. Expand
Eperythrozoon coccoides and rodent malaria: Plasmodium chabaudi and Plasmodium berghei.
TLDR
The diverse effect of E. coccoides on the two species of malaria parasites was correlated with a difference in extent of inhibition by the eperythrozoa and with the preference of P. berghei for reticulocytes as host cells. Expand
The origin and significance of the distribution of parasites in visceral leishmaniasis.
  • L. A. Stauber
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 March 1966
IMMUNITY TO LEISHMANIA *
  • L. A. Stauber
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 December 1963
TLDR
The findings of Kirk (1938) and others of initial local lesions in African kala azar and the disseminated aspects of some dermal infections emphasize both the diversity and overlap of host-parasite interaction in leishmaniasis. Expand
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