Qian-qian Hua

Learn More
Angiostrongyliasis is an emerging communicable disease. Several different hosts are required to complete the life cycle of Angiostrongylus cantonensis. However, we lack a complete understanding of variability of proteins across different developmental stages and their contribution to parasite survival and progression. In this study, we extracted soluble(More)
OBJECTIVE To clone and express autophagy-related protein 3 (TgAtg3) gene of Toxoplasma gondii, and obtain the specific polyclonal antibody against TgAtg3. METHODS TgAtg3 cDNA was inserted into prokaryotic expression vector pET28a. After identification, the constructed plasmid pET28a-TgAtg3 was transformed into E. coli Rosetta cells, and induced by special(More)
OBJECTIVE To prepare and evaluate specific-TgAtg8 polyclonal antibody. METHODS The known Saccharomyces cerevisiae Atg protein sequences were used to identify Toxoplasma gondii homologous protein through bioinformatics analysis. TgAtg8 cDNA was amplified and cloned into prokaryotic expression vector pGEX-6p-1. The constructed pGEX-6p-1-TgAtg8 was(More)
OBJECTIVE To clone and express the aegyptin-like protein (alALP) encoding gene from Aedes albopictus salivary gland, and analyze its antigenicity. METHODS The homology, secondary structure and antigen peptides of alALP and aegyptin protein (GenBank No. ABF18122.1) was analyzed by bioinformatics software tools. Total RNA was extracted from Ae. albopictus(More)
The amino acid sequences of beta-tubulin from Toxoplasma gondii stains (GT1 and ME49) and human were aligned by ClustalW2 software. Based on the alignment result, the C-terminal peptides of beta-tubulin of T. gondii were artificially synthesized. Rabbits were immunized with 0.5 mg synthesized peptides for five times at 2-week intervals. Serum samples were(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the correlation between cerebral white matter fraction anisotropy (FA) in normal human adults using the diffusion tensor magnetic resonance (MR) imaging (DTI). METHODS Forty-five adults with normal cerebral white matter MRI findings in 3 age groups (n=15), namely 25 approximately 35 years (young), 45 approximately 55 years(More)
  • 1