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Prevalence of Demodex spp. in eyelash follicles in different populations
- M. Wesołowska, B. Knysz, M. Misiuk-Hojło
- Medicine, BiologyArchives of medical science : AMS
- 12 May 2014
Demodex is a common saprophyte found in human eyelash follicles and its presence might be related to some ocular discomfort; however, in the vast majority of cases the infestation seems to be asymptomatic.
Human dirofilariosis in Poland: the first cases of autochthonous infections with Dirofilaria repens.
- D. Cielecka, H. Żarnowska-Prymek, A. Masny, R. Sałamatin, M. Wesołowska, E. Gołąb
- Medicine, BiologyAnnals of agricultural and environmental medicine…
- 20 September 2012
Data on human and canine infection collected from central Poland during the last 5 years indicates that Dirofilaria repens has been introduced into this country, and that the infection is successfully spreading, with the border of the endemic area currently on 52°N, 21°E.
Phenolic compounds in two Solidago L. species from in vitro culture.
- B. Thiem, M. Wesołowska, L. Skrzypczak, J. Budzianowski
- Chemistry, MedicineActa poloniae pharmaceutica
- 1 July 2001
The regenerated S. virgaurea and S. graminifolia, obtained previously by micropropagation from shoot tips and the callus tissue of S. virginity, were analysed for phenolic compounds and the content of leiocarposide (HPLC) and flavonoids (colorimetry), similar to the ones reported earlier for naturally growing plants, was determined.
Pneumocystis jirovecii—from a commensal to pathogen: clinical and diagnostic review
- M. Sokulska, M. Kicia, M. Wesołowska, A. Hendrich
- Medicine, BiologyParasitology Research
- 19 August 2015
In the face of emerging strains with different epidemiological profiles resulting from genetic diversity, including drug-resistant genotypes, the colonization phenomenon desires particular attention, discussed in this article.
Gentiana Species: In Vitro Culture, Regeneration, and Production of Secoiridoid Glucosides
Gentiana species belong to the family Gentianaceae, order Gentianales, superorder Gentiananae, subclass Asteridae, class Magnoliopsida and are entered in Flora Europaea as separate genera.
Taxonomic status of Stagnicola palustris (O. F. Muller, 1774) and S. turricula (Held, 1836) (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Lymnaeidae) in view of new molecular and chorological data
New data on the distribution of S. palustris and S. turricula in Poland showed – in contrast to the earlier reports – that their ranges overlapped, and this sympatric distribution together with the small but clearly marked differences in molecular features as well as with differences in the male genitalia strongly support the view that they are separate species and not two subspecies within S.Palustris.
Prevalence and molecular characteristics of urinary and intestinal microsporidia infections in renal transplant recipients.
Gastroenteritis Caused by the Cryptosporidium Hedgehog Genotype in an Immunocompetent Man
ABSTRACT The Cryptosporidium hedgehog genotype, which has been reported previously in hedgehogs and horses, was identified as the cause of the diarrheal disease cryptosporidiosis in an…
Zoonotic microsporidia in dogs and cats in Poland.
Onchocerca jakutensis ocular infection in Poland: a new vector-borne human health risk?
It is reported the first case worldwide of human ocular infection with O. jakutensis, a natural parasite of red deer, and cases together with the previous case reports indicate that zoonotic Onchocerca worms exhibit no tissue specificity and an eye infection has been described in over one third of humanZoonotic onchocerciasis cases.