An image-based red blood cell (RBC) automatic counting system is presented for wild animals blood analysis. Images with 2048×1536-pixel resolution acquired on an optical microscope using Neubauer chambers are used to evaluate RBC counting for three animal species (Leopardus pardalis, Cebus apella and Nasua nasua) and the error found using the proposed… (More)
The authors wish to make the following correction to their paper , published recently in Molecules. Synthesis of New Imidazolidin-2,4-dione and 2-Thioxoimidazolidin-4-ones via C-Phenylglycine Derivatives.
To the Editor: Free-living ame-bae are ubiquitous protists able to endure extreme temperature and pH in diverse environments (1). In past decades, interest in them increased as causes of infections, such as keratitis (2) and granulomatous encephalitis (3). Acanthamoeba spp. can harbor pathogenic microorganisms as endo-symbionts, such as bacteria (e.g.,… (More)