xenoma


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xenoma

[zēnō′mə]
a tumor that develops on tissue infected with certain parasites.

xenoma

a massive hypertrophic lesion caused in fish by the microsporidian protozoan parasites Nosema and Pleistophora spp.
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com/Tech-Science/Tech/Spider-man-shirt-from-Japanese-startup-works-wonders) Nikkei Asian Review learned Thursday that Tokyo-based startup Xenoma - a spinoff from the University of Tokyo - has developed a shirt that has clothlike sensor-equipped circuit all over it.
Interestingly, Xenoma is looking to have its shirt used in the medical field, especially in preventive care.
A Japanese firm, Xenoma, also aimed to help those at risk of falls, as well as people with dementia, by adapting its wearable clothing designed initially for golfers.
We track their movements and if they go too far we can find them," said Xenoma engineer Yihan Qian.
rhizophorae from Todos os Santos Bay (Bahia), but these authors didn't make reference to xenoma formation.
Ultrastructural details of the xenoma of Loma myrophis (phylum Microsporidia) and extrusion of the polar tube during autoinfection.
Sphenophryids are unique because when they occur in large numbers they can induce a distinctive lesion known as a xenoma (Weissenberg 1922).
Xenomas in Crassostrea rhizophorae (Ostreidae) from Camamu Bay, Bahia, Brazil.
These included, for mytilid taxa, the gregarines, ciliates, prokaryotic inclusions, trematode metacercariae, coccidians, copepods, xenomas [cells distended with numerous gill ciliates as described in Otto et al.
These included, for mytilid taxa, the gregarines, ciliates, prokaryotic inclusions, trematode metacercariae, coccidians, copepods, pinnotherid crabs, and other unidentified organisms; for oyster taxa, the gregarines, all ciliates, cestodes, nematodes, prokaryotic inclusions, trematode metacercariae, copepods, xenomas, pinnotherid crabs, and other unidentified organisms; and for dreissenid taxa, nematodes, trematode metacercariae, and other unidentified organisms.
The following infectious agents were observed on slides: viruses (Viral gametocyte hypertrophy), Rickettsia/Chlamydia/Mycoplasma (rickettsia-like organisms, RLOs), ciliates (Ancistrocomidae) on the gills and in the stomach/intestine, xenomas (Sphenophrya-like ciliates), Sprague's Gregarines, Haplosporidium nelsoni (MSX), Nematopsis ostrearum, Turbellaria and Hexamita nelsoni, the average prevalences of each at each site are presented in Table 1.
These included, for mytilid taxa, the gregarines, ciliates, procaryote inclusions, trematode metacercariae, coccidians, copepods, xenomas (cells distended with numerous gill ciliates as described in Otto et al.