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Natalia de Miguel Mar 5
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WCIP Glasgow Mar 5
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Amandine Guerin Mar 6
Here is a video of the invasion of Toxoplasma gondii, you can see the parasite pushing itself beneath the plasma membrane of its host cell . This fascinating process was the focus of my PhD work in lab and I'm still in love with it.
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Eleonora Aquilini 🧫🔬 Mar 5
Is over? Electron microscopy picture of a sad gondii.
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Rafael Marine Microfauna Mar 4
Happy ! Cercaria larva, furcocercous type, seen through a microscope with polarized light. From Bay of Santander.
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Clare Harding Mar 5
In honor of here are some Toxoplasma gondii dividing by endodyogeny, when they build two daughter cells inside the mother which grow, then burst out before starting all over again.
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Lauren Carruthers Mar 4
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British Society for Parasitology Mar 4
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Aby Grabon Mar 4
happy , have a bouquet of toxo
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Török Júlia Mar 4
Happy ! With a xiphidiocercous cercaria from an impounded Hungarian creek. This type can open the wall of the redia with a stylet in the oral sucker called virgula.
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Jessica Thoroughgood Mar 4
Seems fitting that my first tweet is on ! Here's one of the many fleas I study - Oropsylla rupestris
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Rafael Marine Microfauna Mar 4
Larva of a parasitic flatworm, known as fluke. This is a cercaria stage of the trematode Opechona sp. Plankton specimen from Bay of Santander Happy !
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Olivia Swann Mar 6
Happy . Malaria is beautiful ... (uninfected vs infected red blood cell!
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WCIP Glasgow Mar 5
Drawings by Muriel Robertson of Trypanosomes from her Ugandan fieldwork 100 years ago
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Bianca N. Valdés Fernández Mar 4
Today is 🥳! Here is a mini video of Fasciola hepatica. Our lab study the anti-inflammatory capacity of the proteins secreted by this amazing parasite👩🏻‍🔬🧫
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Jess Bridgford Mar 4
Happy ! Here is a little guy I found during the ⁦⁩ parasitology course in 2016
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Rebecca Mar 4
Happy 🎉 glad that this weird and wonderful subject is getting some social media love. Particularly fitting as tomorrow I graduate with my MSc in Medical Parasitology 🦟🐛🦠🔬
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Sarah Sapp Mar 6
Ok how did I miss this ?? A day late... call it delayed patency. I have way too many to share but to start here’s two T- worms from primate samples... one well-known the other not so much 🙈
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PREETHI RAI Mar 5
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Dr. Leticia Soares Mar 5
In very humid Tropical regions, blood smears take a little longer to dry. The gametes of can sense the change and exit the cells (right) bc they think it’s time for sex! Left: a well behaved gametocyte within a red blood cell.
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