Lukas Palkovic

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Oocysts of cryptosporidia whose morphology and measurements corresponded with those of the species Cryptosporidium baileyi were found in the stool of an immunodeficient patient. In autopsy material, cryptosporidia were found in the esophagus, whole intestine, trachea, larynx, lungs, and gall and urinary bladders. None of the 69 suckling mice inoculated with(More)
Experimental infection of the pulmonate snails Arianta arbustorum L. and Helix pomatia L. with first-stage larvae of protostrongylid nematode Elaphostrongylus cervi Cameron, 1931 was performed in order to determine modes of larval entry into the body of the snail intermediate host. Groups by four individuals of both snail species were examined(More)
Clinical symptoms and pathological-morphological changes in the respiratory tract of chickens inoculated with Cryptosporidium parvum were described for the first time and compared with those induced by Cryptosporidium baileyi. Intratracheal inoculation with these two species caused symptoms of a respiratory tract disease in all chicken, but a disease of the(More)
  • Mustafa B. Abdulmelik, Turki K. Hassan, +19 authors Luis Carlos Giraldo
  • 2016
BLDC motors are mostly known to be driven by trapezoidal control due to its simple implementation, but this type of control results in pulsating torque ripple which is unwanted in high performance drives. In this paper, vector control is combined with a five-level inverter to minimize the torque ripple of BLDC motor in sensorless operation as well as(More)
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