zymodeme

zy·mo·deme

(zī'mō-dēm),
An isoenzyme pattern, as identified by isoenzyme electrophoresis.
[zymo- + G. dēmos, populace]

zy·mo·deme

(zī'mō-dēm)
An isoenzyme pattern, as identified by isoenzyme electrophoresis.
[zymo- + G. dēmos, populace]
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infantum strain MCAN/US/2001/FOXYMO1, similar to the common European zymodeme MON-1, circulating dog-to-dog in North America maintained all necessary requirements for complete development within sandflies.
Isolation of Leishmania infantum, Zymodeme MON-1 from canine and human visceral leishmaniasis on Margarita island, Venezuela.
Again, he started with amoebas belonging to a benign zymodeme and suppressed their bacterial flora with antibiotics.
Biochemical characterization and zymodeme classification of Leishmania isolates from patients, vectors, and reservoir hosts in Kenya.
A strain of Leishmania infantum zymodeme 1 (MCAN/ES/90/ DP204) was isolated from a dog and identified (Martin Sanchez et al.
Sri Lankan cutaneous leishmaniasis is caused by Leishmania donovani zymodeme MON-37.
Our data confirm previous typing of US isolates by multilocus enzyme electrophoresis or random amplified polymorphic DNA analysis (5), in which 11 raccoons from Georgia were characterized as zymodeme 3 (equivalent to IIa).
This zymodeme has been previously known to cause human visceral disease in other locations like India (17) and Israel (18) and ours was the first report of its isolation from cutaneous lesions (15).
The zymodeme MON-41 is widespread in Central America and the northern part of South America, and has been reported in Venezuela, Brazil, Panama, French Guiana, and Colombia (F.
Human cutaneous leishmaniasis due to Leishmania infantum zymodeme MON-24 in Morocco.
3) reported that CL in Sri Lanka is caused by the parasite Leishmania donovani zymodeme MON-37; however, information on other aspects of the disease in Sri Lanka was scant.