By John Janovy Jr., Gerald W. Esch
Reviews key components in ecological, scientific and molecular parasitology
- Features essays from the various world's leading parasitologists
- Each subject is determined in context through that includes a key paper from the magazine of Paraistology over the last a hundred years
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1970. Recent progress in some aspects of the physiology of parasitic protozoa. Journal of Parasitology 56: 627–633. ________. 1975. On the cultivation of Trypanosoma vivax: a tale of two visits in Nigeria. Journal of Parasitology 61: 2–11. ________. 1976. Prolonged cultivation of malarial parasites (Plasmodium coatneyi and P. falciparum. In Biochemistry of parasites and host-parasite relationships, H. ). Elsevier-North Holland Biomedical Press, Amsterdam, Netherlands, p. 427–434. ________, and J.
5-ml lots are dispensed into 35-mm plastic petri dishes. Culture dishes are placed in a glass desiccator with a stopcock. A candle is placed in the desiccator jar, lighted, and the candle jar is covered. When the ﬂame extinguishes itself, the stopcock is closed. The method produces an inexpensive, predictable, oxygen poor, carbon dioxide enriched atmosphere for erythrocyte culture. Each day the medium is aspirated off, replaced, and the culture is placed in a new candle jar. Thus, the serum supplemented RPMI medium and the culture atmosphere are replaced each day.