We believe that since close association is an obvious prerequisite for genetic exchange, and the infection of host fly of Leishmania by Crithidia
, so their coexistence inside the insect gut, could prompt the genetic exchange to take place probably through meiosis as it is evident in T.
A DNA polymerase-P in the mitochondrion of the trypanosomatid Crithidia
Contract awarded for Nrelaboratorio - march immunology reagents (plates, crithidia
, kidney, ena, anca, ac antitransglut)
The patient had anti-dsDNA antibodies (Kallestad Quantafluor Crithidia
lucilae Sanofi Diagnostic Pasteur, Inc.
The binding of antihistone antibodies to crithidia
luciliae kinetoplasts is growth cycle-dependent.
Samples showing homogeneous staining patterns were reevaluated using the Crithidia
luciliae substrate (ImmunoConcepts), which specifically detects antibodies to double-stranded DNA (dsDNA), and by enzymelinked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) to detect antibodies to chromatin (INOVA Diagnostics, San Diego, CA), both according to the manufacturers' instructions.
In fact, the presence of Crithidia
bombi, a gut pathogen that lives within the intestinal track of bumblebees (like Nosema bombi) and can spread between bees at flowers, was found only in bees foraging near greenhouses.
Biological activities of essential oil obtained from Cymbopogon citrates on Crithidia
The most clear-cut case came from the gut parasite Crithidia
bombi, which Otterstatter and Thomson modeled for the new study of pathogen spillover.
The most dramatic case was the gut parasite Crithidia
For this analysis, the reference ranges of C3 and C4 from The Ohio State University Clinical Laboratory were used to identify the lower limits of normal, and the presence or absence of ADNA was determined by a Crithidia
Anti-dsDNA detection: Three main methods are available for the detection of anti-dsDNA which are the Crithidia
luciliae immunofluorescence (CLIF) method, Farr assay, and ELISA.