Gymnophalloides seoi

Gymnophalloides seoi

trematode found in inhabitants of an island southwest of Korean peninsula; infection produces vague intestinal symptoms; it is a human parasite under natural conditions, not accidental infections, and bivalves are intermediate hosts.

Gym·no·phal·loi·des se·o·i

(jim-nō-fă-loy'dēz sē'ō-ī)
Trematode found in inhabitants of an island southwest of the Korean peninsula; infection produces vague intestinal symptoms; it is a human parasite under natural conditions. Migrating birds are natural definitive hosts.
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The resulted molecular mass, that is, 43.67 kDa is very close to those of other peptidase belonging to cysteine protease family for example cysteine proteases of Vigna mungo,' Curcuma longa, Taenia crassiceps, Allomyces aebuscula, Triticum arstivum, Haemonchus contortus, and Gymnophalloides seoi [12] .
A nationwide survey of the prevalence of human Gymnophalloides seoi infection on western and southern coastal islands in the republic of Korea.