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    • Efecto de extractos de artrópodos sobre la multiplicación del Toxoplasma gondiidentro de macrófagos peritoneales de ratón 

      Chinchilla Carmona, Misael; Herrera Corrales, Marlen; Guerrero Bermúdez, Olga Marta; Jiménez Somarribas, Alberto; Tamayo Castillo, Giselle; Sittenfeld Appel, Ana; Nielsen Muñoz, Vanessa; Hurtado Hernández, Priscilla (Rev. Biol. Trop. 51(2): 317-320, 2003, 2003)
      Treatment of toxoplasmosis usually causes secondary effects. It is important to find active substances extracted from natural organisms. In this work we studied some arthropod extracts that have effect against Toxoplasma ...
    • Evidence for Widespread Associations between Neotropical Hymenopteran Insects and Actinobacteria 

      Matarrita Carranza, Bernal; Moreira Soto, Rolando Daniel; Murillo Cruz, Catalina; Mora López, Marielos; Currie, Cameron Robert; Pinto Tomás, Adrián A. (2017)
      The evolutionary success of hymenopteran insects has been associated with complex physiological and behavioral defense mechanisms against pathogens and parasites. Among these strategies are symbiotic associations between ...
    • Gastric cancer in the era of immune checkpoint blockade 

      Figueroa Protti, Lucía; Soto Molinari, Rebeca; Calderón Osorno, Melany; Mora Rodríguez, Javier Francisco; Alpízar Alpízar, Warner (2019-09-24)
      Gastric cancer (GC) is one of the most important malignancies worldwide because of its high incidence and mortality. The very low survival rates are mainly related to late diagnosis and limited treatment options. GC is the ...
    • Soybean protease inhibitors increase Bacillus thuringiensis subs. israelensis toxicity against Hypothenemus hampei 

      Mesén Porras, Esteve; Dahdouh Cabia, Sergio; Jiménez Quirós, Catherine; Mora Castro, Rebeca; Rodríguez Sánchez, César; Pinto Tomás, Adrián A. (2020)
      The coffee berry borer (Hypothenemus hampei Ferrari, CBB) is one of the most devastating pests on coffee plantations around the world. Although CBB is susceptible to the effect of δ–endotoxins ...
    • Ultrastructural and microbial analyses of cellulose degradation in leaf-cutter ant colonies 

      Moreira Soto, Rolando Daniel; Sánchez Chacón, Ethel; Currie, Cameron Robert; Pinto Tomás, Adrián A. (2017)
      Leaf-cutter ants (Atta and Acromyrmex) use fresh leaves to cultivate a mutualistic fungus (Leucoagaricus gongylophorus) for food in underground gardens. A new ant queen propagates the cultivar by taking a small fragment ...