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The 170-kDa subunit of the galactose-inhibitable adherence lectin of Entamoeba histolytica mediates attachment to colonic mucins and host cells. The DNA fragment encoding the 170-kDa subunit was(More)
Immunity to Entamoeba species intestinal infection is associated with the presence of intestinal IgA antibodies against the parasite's galactose-inhibitable adherence lectin. We determined the(More)
Non-human primates, such as baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis), are natural hosts for Entamoeba species; infections can be asymptomatic or result in invasive lethal disease. It was sought to determine(More)