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  • 検索条件 : 絞込み (生物種 = 病原微生物 AND WOS 分野 = TROPICAL MEDICINE)
生物種 リソース名
病原微生物 ? Gelatin particle indirect agglutination and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for diagnosis of strongyloidiasis using Strongyloides venezuelensis antigen.
病原微生物 Candida? Oral Candida flora from Brazilian human immunodeficiency virus-infected patients in the highly active antiretroviral therapy era.
病原微生物 Pf004(FCR3) , Pf006(K1) Polymorphism of the Plasmodium falciparum multidrug resistance and chloroquine resistance transporter genes and in vitro susceptibility to aminoquinolines in isolates from the Peruvian Amazon.
病原微生物 FCR3 , K1 , Pf005(3D7 clone)? , Pf089(3D7)? Short report: polymorphisms in the chloroquine resistance transporter gene in Plasmodium falciparum isolates from Lombok, Indonesia.
病原微生物 P. yoelii? Utility of the dried blood on filter paper as a source of cytokine mRNA for the analysis of immunoreactions in Plasmodium yoelii infection.
病原微生物 P. falciparum? Osteopontin is involved in Th1-mediated immunity against Plasmodium falciparum infection in a holoendemic malaria region in Vietnam.
病原微生物 Leishumania donovani Relapse of visceral leishmaniasis after miltefosine treatment in a Nepalese patient.
病原微生物 Plasmodium berghei Rate of red blood cell destruction varies in different strains of mice infected with Plasmodium berghei-ANKA after chronic exposure.
病原微生物 ? High molecular mass fraction in clinical isolates of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis.
病原微生物 IFM 41620 , IFM 41621 , IFM 41624 , IFM 41628 Chlamydospore formation by Paracoccidioides brasiliensis mycelial form.
病原微生物 IFM 11096 , IFM 11099 , IFM 11100 , IFM 11128 , IFM 11231 , IFM 11232 , IFM 11285 MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION AND ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE PATTERN OF SEVEN CLINICAL ISOLATES OF Nocardia spp. IN BRAZIL.
病原微生物 IFM 41621 , IFM 1629 , IFM 46466 Histopathology of paracoccidioidomycotic infection in athymic and euthymic mice: a sequential study.
病原微生物 IFM 41621 , IFM 41629 , IFM 46466 Paracoccidioides brasiliensis infection in nude mice: studies with isolates differing in virulence and definition of their T cell-dependent and T cell-independent components.