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*  Malaria vaccine
CSP and sporozoite surface protein 2 (called PfSSP2) were derived from the sporozoite phase. The liver stage antigen 1 (LSA1), ... A vaccine at this stage must have the ability to protect against sporozoites invading and possibly inhibiting the development ... The vaccine consists of the schizont export protein (5.1) and 19 repeats of the sporozoite surface protein [NANP]. Limitations ... The PfSPZ vaccine is a candidate malaria vaccine developed by Sanaria using radiation-attenuated sporozoites to elicit an ...
*  Eimeria
... it contains two sporozoites. Once ingested, the oocysts undergo a process called excystation, whereby thousands of sporozoites ... The motile sporozoites invade the enterocytes of small intestine, and migrate to their respective sites of development. ... After invasion, the sporozoites develop into trophozoites, then into schizonts, where they undergo several rounds of asexual ... 2009). "Proteomic comparison of four Eimeria tenella life-cycle stages: Unsporulated oocyst, sporulated oocyst, sporozoite and ...
*  Eimeria tenella
The sporozoites are then shed in the feces and the process begins again. The beginning of complex life cycle of Eimeria tenella ... The sporozoite then migrates to its preferred site of development (the caeca in the case of Eimeria tenella) and invades the ... Penetration of sporozoite into host epithelial cell is facilitated by the lytic secretion stored in roptries of parasite. The ... The sporozoites undergo two waves of schizogeny (asexual reproduction) in the crypts and produce many first and second ...
*  Plasmodium knowlesi
Summary: sporozoites → schizonts → merozoites. In man: erythrocytic stage (in the blood): Merozoites are unleashed into the ... In man: exoerythrocytic stage (in the liver): The sporozoites are injected into humans when the mosquito bites and they travel ... Both species of mosquitoes have been shown to contain as many as 1,000 sporozoites suggesting that they may be efficient ... Finally, the oocysts mature to release sporozoites which move to salivary gland of the mosquito. Summary: gametocytes → ( ...
*  Apicomplexa
... to give rise to the sporozoites. The sporozoites escape from the oocyst and migrate within the body of the vector to the ... Sporozoites have three walls. Heteroxenous: alternates between vertebrate host (in which merogony occurs) and invertebrate host ... All members of this phylum have an infectious stage-the sporozoite-which possesses three distinct structures in an apical ... and refers to a set of organelles in the sporozoite. The Apicomplexa comprise the bulk of what used to be called the Sporozoa, ...
*  Selenidium
They have four infective sporozoites each. The sporozoites undergo schizogony (merogony). Giard A (1884). Note sur un nouveau ...
*  Lipotropha
Each spore has eight sporozoites. Parasites in this genus infect Systenus species. Ormières R, Tuzet, Odette, Vago C et al ( ...
*  Legerella
The oocyst contains numerous sporozoites. Sporocysts do not occur. L. helminthorum - nematode (Mononchus composticola) L. ...
*  Orcheobius
Each sporocyst produces 4 sporozoites. The gamonts are elongated. During syngny, four microgametes associate with the ...
*  Atoxoplasma
The encysted sporozoites are ingested. The sprorozoites decyst and invade the intestinal wall and from there reach the liver ...
*  Octosporella (Apicomplexa)
Each sporocyst has 2 sporozoites. Ray, HN, Raghavachari K (1942) Observations on a new coccidium, Octosporella mabuiae n. gen ...
*  Polysporella
Each sporocyst have 2 sporozoites. McQuistionin T (1990) Polysporella genovesae n. gen., n. sp. (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from ...
*  Lipocystis
Once ingested the sporozoites invade the wall of the gut en route to the fat body. After invasion the sporozoites enlarge into ... Each oocyst contains 8 sporozoites. This species infects the scorpion fly (Panorpa communis). Grell K G (1938) Untersuchungen ...
*  Syncystis
Eight sporozoites form per oocyst. Tuzet O, Manier JF (1953) Syncystis aeschnae n.sp. Néogrégarine (Schizogrégarine, Léger, ...
*  Ganymedidae
Sporozoites have not been described. Huxley JS (1910) On Ganymedes anaspidis (nov. gen., nov. sp.), a gregarine from the ...
*  Gousseffia
Each sporocyst has numerous sporozoites. This genus and species has been described in the European hedgehog (Erinaceus ...
*  Mantonella
Each sporocyst has four sporozoites. Species from this genus have been described from vertebrates and invertebrates. It seems ...
*  Plasmodium cynomolgi
The whole life cycle contains 12 steps: 1. Sporozoites in mosquito's salivary glands 2. The Sporozoites would infect into ... The Sporozoites would be formed in the oocyst and migrated in hemolmph, which would end up in the salivary gland. The asexual ... 3. The Sporozoites in the blood would invade the hepatocytes (an important liver cell) and turned into Trophozoites form. 4. ...
*  Cystoisospora canis
Sporulated oocyst then releases 8 sporozoites. These sporozoites attack the intestinal epithelial cells where they develop into ...
*  Pseudoklossia
Each sporocyst generally has 2 sporozoites. Desser, S.S.; Bower, S.M.; Hong, H. (1998). "Pseudoklossia semiluna n. sp. ( ...
*  Merogregarina
The sporocysts give rise to eight sporozoites. This species is found in species of the ascidian genus Amaroucium. The parasite ...
*  Lankesterella (Apicomplexa)
The sporozoites may also invade liver parenchyma or tissue macrophages. L. hylae - European gree tree frog (Hyla caerula) L. ... The sporozoites invade macrophages or endothelial cells. After development there they invade circulating erythrocytes. ... The oocysts usually contain more than 32 sporozoites. There are no sporocysts. In the species that infect amphibians the ... The most commonly described stages the sporozoites found in the peripheral blood erythrocytes. Despite considerable structural ...
*  Lipotrophidae
The oocysts contain eight (rarely four) sporozoites. Grassé, Pierre-Paul, ed. (1953). "Classe des gregarinomorphes ( ...
*  Apicomplexan life cycle
Cells infected with sporozoites eventually burst, releasing merozoites into the bloodstream. Sporozoites are motile and they ... A sporozoite (G. sporos, seed + zōon, animal) is the cell form that infects new hosts. In Plasmodium, for instance, the ... This results in the production of sporozoites. Other forms of replication include endodyogeny and endopolygeny. Endogeny is a ... as in the exoerythrocytic phase of the development of the Plasmodium agent after sporozoite invasion of the hepatocyte and ...
*  Pfeifferinella
Each oocyst have 8-14 free sporozoites. A large oocyst residuum is present. The micropyle tends to be large. Wasielewski T ( ...