excystation

excystation

 [ek″sis-ta´shun]
escape from a cyst or envelope, as in that stage in the life cycle of parasites occurring after the cystic form has been swallowed by the host.

ex·cys·ta·tion

(ek'sis-tā'shŭn),
Removal from a cyst; denoting the action of certain encysted organisms in escaping from their envelope.

excystation

/ex·cys·ta·tion/ (ek″sis-ta´shun) escape from a cyst or envelope, as in that stage in the life cycle of parasites occurring after the cystic form has been swallowed by the host.

ex·cys·ta·tion

(ek'sis-tā'shŭn)
The action of an encysted organism in escaping from its envelope.

excystation

escape from a cyst or envelope, as in that stage in the life cycle of parasites occurring after the cystic form has been swallowed by the host.
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Excystation then occurs in the terminal ileum or colon, resulting in trophozoites, which is an invasive form of the parasite.
Excystation occurs quickly, and the trophozoites penetrate the nervous plexus, cross the cribiform plate and enter the brain.
The effect of blueberry extracts on Giardia duodenalis viability and spontaneous excystation of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts, in vitro.
Following ingestion (and possibly inhalation) by a suitable host, excystation occurs.
Excystation occurs in the small bowel, where a total of eight trophozoites are formed by nuclear and cytoplasmic division.
Attempts were made to assess the viability of the inoculum by observing sporozoite motility after excystation of the oocysts by different methods.
Ozone inactivation of Cryptosporidium parvum in demand-free phosphate buffer determined by in vitro excystation and animal infectivity.
The ORIGEN-based test developed by the CDC works by including monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies that have been developed against a sporozoite antigen released during excystation, or when the oocyst is mechanically disrupted.
Initial studies of the effect of UV light on Cryptosporidium oocysts reported in the literature used only the vital-dyes and excystation methods.
Excystation of sporulated oocysts occurs in vitro when oocysts are subjected to bile salts and sodium taurocholate and mechanical pressure from a glass tube mortar and pestle (5).
These researchers demonstrated 2- to 3-log inactivation of oocysts using the 4'-6'-diamidino-2-phenylindole and propidium iodide (DAPI/PI) vital dyes assay and excystation with a low-pressure UV dose of 8,700 mJ/[cm.
1993), "Ozone Inactivation of Cryptosporidium parvum by in Vitro Excystation and Animal Infectivity," Appl Environ Microbiol, 59(12):4203-4209.