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*  Secernentea - Wikipedia
Secernentea are the main class of nematodes, characterised by numerous caudal papillae and an excretory system possessing ... The Secernentea contain several significant parasitic species among the Rhabditia and Spiruria. Caenorhabditis elegans, the ... Subclasses and orders of Secernentea are: Subclass Rhabditia (paraphyletic?) Rhabditida Strongylida Subclass Spiruria ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secernentea
*  Root-knot nematode - Wikipedia
Secernentea. Order:. Tylenchida. Family:. Meloidogynidae. Genus:. Meloidogyne. Göldi, 1889. Species. Meloidogyne hapla. ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Root-knot_nematode
*  Onchocerca volvulus - Wikipedia
Adult worms are found in nodules and are hidden from most components of the human immune system. Microfilariae are more vulnerable to attack by immune cells because they exit nodules to complete their lifecycle. O. volvulus can be detected by the immune system through the release of soluble antigens and antigens found on the surface of microfilariae and infective J3 juveniles. These antigens allow the immune system to detect the presence of a foreign organism in the body and trigger an immune response to clear infection.[22] The immune response involves raising antibodies (IgG, IgM and IgE type) that can react with soluble antigens released by Onchocerca volvulus.[23] Opsonising antibodies that tag cells for destruction are also found against the infective J3 stage and microfilariae, but there is not enough evidence at the moment to say whether this is protective.[24] The antigens of O. volvulus are highly complex and show cross-reactivity with several other filarial worms. Little evidence ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onchocerca_volvulus
*  § 340.2
b)Exemptions. (1) A limited permit for interstate movement shall not be required for genetic material from any plant pest contained in Escherichia coli genotype K-12 (strain K-12 and its derivatives), sterile strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, or asporogenic strains of Bacillus subtilis, provided that all the following conditions are met: (i) The microorganisms are shipped in a container that meets the requirements of § 340.8(b)(3); (ii) The cloned genetic material is maintained on a nonconjugation proficient plasmid and the host does not contain other conjugation proficient plasmids or generalized transducing phages; (iii) The cloned material does not include the complete infectious genome of a known plant pest; (iv) The cloned genes are not carried on an expression vector if the cloned genes code for: (A) A toxin to plants or plant products, or a toxin to organisms beneficial to plants; or (B) Other factors directly involved in eliciting plant disease (i.e., cell wall degrading enzymes); or ...
https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/7/340.2
*  Randomised Controlled Clinical Trials of the Effect of Therapeutic Hookworm Infection in Allergic Rhinoconjunctivitis - Full...
There has been considerable debate over the last 30 years about the interaction between asthma and parasitic infection. It has been suggested that at least part of the reason for the increasing prevalence of asthma in the developed world is a decrease in parasite infections resulting from improved living conditions with economic development. Our previous studies in Ethiopia suggest that hookworm infection may be particularly important in this process.. To establish definitively whether parasites can protect against allergic disease, and specifically asthma, ultimately requires a randomised clinical trial of parasite infection in patients with asthma. We, the researchers at the University of Nottingham, have completed a study in normal volunteers to establish the dose of hookworms necessary to generate infection at the level shown to be protective in population surveys, and shown that infection is well tolerated. We now propose two randomised placebo-controlled double blind clinical trials. The ...
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00232518?cond=%22Ancylostomiasis%22&rank=11
*  Safety and Immunogenicity of a Human Hookworm Candidate Vaccine With Different Doses of a Novel Adjuvant - Full Text View -...
Secernentea Infections. Nematode Infections. Helminthiasis. Parasitic Diseases. Aluminum Hydroxide. Adjuvants, Immunologic. ...
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01385189
*  Caenorhabditis elegans - Everything2.com
Class Secernentea. Subclass Rhabditia. Order Rhabditida. Family Rhabditidae. Genus Caenorhabiditis. Species Elegans ...
https://everything2.com/title/Caenorhabditis+elegans
*  Medical Implications of Coinfection With Malaria and Filariasis Parasites - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov
Residents of malaria-endemic regions are frequently exposed to a variety of other parasites concurrently with malarial parasites. In Mali, lymphatic filariasis due to Wuchereria bancrofti co-exists in several regions highly endemic for malaria, and co-infection is common in the residents of these areas. Because of the chronicity of filarial infections and an associated bias towards the development of an adaptive immune response dominated by Th2 cytokines, a pre-existing filarial infection has the potential to alter the immune response towards incoming malarial parasites, clearance of which are considered to be dependent on a robust Th1 response. This could, in turn, affect the clinical manifestations and outcomes of malaria infection. Conversely, immune responses to filarial parasites may be modulated in the presence of malarial parasites. In addition to sharing a human host, Plasmodium falciparum and Wuchereria bancrofti are transmitted by the same mosquito vector, Anopheles gambiae, and ...
https://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00471666
*  Nematode - New World Encyclopedia
Secernentea. Subclass Rhabditia. Subclass Spiruria. Subclass Diplogasteria. The nematodes or roundworms (Phylum Nematoda from ...
http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Nematode
*  GSC Gene - GeneCards | GSC Protein | GSC Antibody
Secernentea. ceh-45 35 *31 (a). OneToMany. *I:1128324-1131737. Species where no ortholog for GSC was found in the sources mined ...
http://www.genecards.org/cgi-bin/carddisp.pl?gene=GSC&phen=17&rf=/home/genecards/current/website/carddisp.pl
*  TBC1D28 Gene - GeneCards | TBC28 Protein | TBC28 Antibody
Secernentea. tbc-17 34 *5 (a). OneToMany. *II:12694412-12725483. sea squirt. (Ciona savignyi) ...
http://www.genecards.org/cgi-bin/carddisp.pl?gene=TBC1D28
*  KLHL1 Gene - GeneCards | KLHL1 Protein | KLHL1 Antibody
Secernentea. T27E9.4a 36 *34 (a). T27E9.4b 36 *34 (a). sea squirt. (Ciona savignyi) ...
https://www.genecards.org/cgi-bin/carddisp.pl?id_type=hgnc&id=6352
*  CELSR3 Gene - GeneCards | CELR3 Protein | CELR3 Antibody
Secernentea. fmi-1 34 *27 (a). OneToMany. *V:13019068-13033399. Species where no ortholog for CELSR3 was found in the sources ...
http://www.genecards.org/cgi-bin/carddisp.pl?gene=CELSR3
*  Caenorhabditis elegans - encyclopedia article - Citizendium
The C.elegans have an simple anatomy. The c. elegans exterior contains an pseudocoelem, which also causes an separation along the body wall and the gut. The body wall contains cells called hypodermal that secretes collagenous cuticle along the body wall that covers the surface.[1] There are also many muscle cells beneath the body wall. Both the hermaphrodites and the male have an similar anatomy, the differences would be that the males are thinner, shorter and contain a cloaca that is ventral to the posterior end. The anterior contains a tip of the head that contains a mouth. Then there is the gut which contains a pharynx and intestine. The intestine is long that starts from the mouth and ends at the intestine. There is an anus located at the posterior end of the worm. The c. elegans have a simple nervous system, there are many nerves connected to the muscles that generates simple movements. The male and hermaphrodites differ in the arrangement of the gonad and in the tail. The hermaphrodite has ...
http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Caenorhabditis_elegans
*  CACFD1 Gene - GeneCards | FLOWR Protein | FLOWR Antibody
Secernentea. F20D1.1 34 *30 (a). OneToOne. *X:14968903-14970271. sea squirt. (Ciona savignyi) ...
https://www.genecards.org/cgi-bin/carddisp.pl?gene=CACFD1
*  Calcaneal bone redness and Infection - Symptom Checker - check medical symptoms at RightDiagnosis
Secernentea Infections. 1056. Secondary Lymphatic Obstruction. 1057. Secondary Reflux. 1058. Selective IgA Deficiency. 1059. ...
http://wrongdiagnosis.com/cosymptoms/calcaneal-bone-redness/infections-sall.htm
*  Strongyloides stercoralis - The Full Wiki
S. stercoralis has a heterogonic life cycle that consists of a parasitic generation and a free-living generation. The parasitic has a homogenic life cycle, while the free-living has a heterogonic life cycle. The heterogonic life cycle is advantageous to the parasite because it allows reproduction for one or more generations in the absence of a host.. First stage larvae pass out in the feces and develop in feces on the ground to infective larvae. This development can occur via two routes: directly from L1 (1st-stage larvae) to IL (infective larvae) via three molts, or indirectly. The indirect route results first in the development of free-living adults which mate; the female lays eggs which hatch and then develop into IL. The direct route gives IL faster (3 days) versus the indirect route (7-10 days), However, the indirect route results in an increase in the number of IL produced. Speed of development of IL is traded off for increased numbers. The free-living males and females of S. stercoralis ...
http://www.thefullwiki.org/Strongyloides_stercoralis
*  Nematode
Secernentea. Subclass Rhabditia. Subclass Spiruria. Subclass Diplogasteria. Subclass Tylenchia The nematodes or roundworms ( ...
https://www.bionity.com/en/encyclopedia/Nematode.html
*  C. elegans : Wikis (The Full Wiki)
In addition, C. elegans is one of the simplest organisms with a nervous system. In the hermaphrodite, this comprises 302 neurons[10] whose pattern of connectivity has been completely mapped out, and shown to be a small-world network.[11] Research has explored the neural mechanisms responsible for several of the more interesting behaviors shown by C. elegans, including chemotaxis, thermotaxis, mechanotransduction, and male mating behavior.. A useful feature of C. elegans is that it is relatively straightforward to disrupt the function of specific genes by RNA interference (RNAi). Silencing the function of a gene in this way can sometimes allow a researcher to infer what the function of that gene may be. The nematode can either be soaked in or injected with a solution of double stranded RNA, the sequence of which is complementary to the sequence of the gene that the researcher wishes to disable. Alternatively, worms can be fed on genetically transformed bacteria which express the double stranded ...
http://www.thefullwiki.org/C._elegans
*  Proyecto para compatibilizar el inventario de biota edáfica BGBD con el Sistema Nacional de Información sobre Biodiversidad
Secernentea, Chilopoda, Collembola Orden: Monhysterida, Siphonophorida, Plectida, Chordeumatida, Chromadorida, Spirostreptida, ...
https://www.gbif.org/dataset/b3f5c276-6416-473a-956f-902ae62cd760
*  Belgian Register of Marine Species - Species
Secernentea (status source). Selachinematidae Cobb, 1915 (taxonomy source). Seuratoidea Railliet, 1906 (taxonomy source). ...
http://www.marinespecies.org/berms/aphia.php?p=sourcedetails&id=179093
*  Prevalence of Causes of Symptom: Joint pain - RightDiagnosis.com
Secernentea Infections... joint swelling *Secondary Biliary Cirrhosis... arthritis *Secondary hyperparathyroidism... swollen ...
https://www.rightdiagnosis.com/symptoms/joint_pain.htm
*  Cook Islands Biodiversity : Toxascaris leonina - a roundworm
TAXONOMY: ANIMALIA; NEMATODA; SECERNENTEA (=Phasmidia); Ascaridida; ASCARIDIDAE. More Information. GENERAL NOTE: In 2005 vets ...
http://cookislands.bishopmuseum.org/species.asp?id=14563
*  Prevalence of Causes of Symptom: Vision loss - RightDiagnosis.com
Secernentea Infections... vision loss *Senile Retinoschisis... floaters *Senior-Loken Syndrome... progressive vision loss , ...
https://www.rightdiagnosis.com/symptoms/vision_loss.htm
*  Untitled Document
Class: Secernentea Order: Spiruroidae. Family: Filaroidae. Genus: Dracunculus. Species: medinensis. History:. Has been known ...
http://web.stanford.edu/class/humbio103/ParaSites2004/Dracunuliasis/Guinea%20Worm.html