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Eduardo Feichtenberger,Elliot W Kitajima,Joseph Bové
Summa Phytopathologica , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/s0100-54052011000100001
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Book Review: Our Enemy the Termite
W. M. Wheeler,Thomas Elliot Snyder
Psyche , 1936, DOI: 10.1155/1936/61295
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Identifica??o e caracteriza??o de isolado brasileiro do vírus de poliedrose nuclear da lagarta do cartucho-do-milho
Gerk, Andréia O.;Kitajima, Elliot W.;Souza, Marlinda L.;
Anais da Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0301-80591997000300014
Abstract: a nuclear polyhedrosis virus (npv) from spodoptera frugiperda (smith) caterpillars (lepidoptera: noctuidae), collected from diseased insects in sete lagoas, mg, was confirmed and identified. the pathology of infected caterpillars is characteristic of npv. the virus showed tropism by ectoderm cells, fat cells, and tracheocytes. viral particles (polyhedra and alkali released virions - arvs) were purified through diferential centrifugations in sucrose gradient, and the polyhedral band was located in the inferior third part of the tube. increasing time of polyhedral digestion with alkaline solution resulted in higher dissolution of occluded bodies (polyhedra) consequently releasing virions. five bands were formed for the alkali released virions. the electrophoretic pattern of s. frugiperda npv was compared to the one of anticarsia gemmatalis (hübner) npv for polyhedra as well as arvs. a peptide of 32,000 dalton was characterized as the polyhedrin of s. frugiperda npv.
Morfologia do vírus do mosaico do pic?o
Kitajima, Elliot W.;Carvalho, Ana Maria B.;Costa, A. S.;
Bragantia , 1961, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87051961000100013
Abstract: electron microscopical observations were made on exudates obtained from plants of bidrus pilosa, chenopodium amaranticolor leonolis nepaetifolia, helianthus annums. nicotiana tabucum, cassia occidentalis, chenopodium ambrosioides, and physalis floridona infected with a virus that induces mosaic on the first named species. the presenes of a flexible thread with a normal length 720 mm. x 12-13 mm was recorded in the exudates from the: diseased plants, but not in those from the healthy ones, and is considered to represent the causal virus.
ULTRASTRUCTURAL OBSERVATIONS ON Trypanosoma (Herpetosoma) rangeli IN THE SALIVARY GLANDS OF Rhodnius ecuadoriensis (Hemiptera, Reduvidae)
KITAJIMA,ELLIOT W; CUBA CUBA,CESAR A; BRENER,ZIGMAN;
Parasitología al día , 1998, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-07201998000300002
Abstract: an electron microscopy study was carried out on the salivary glands of the triatomine bug rhodnius ecuadoriensis experimentally infected with a peruvian strain of trypanosoma (herpetosoma) rangeli. epimastigotes forms of t. rangeli were found in large numbers in the haemolymph surrounding the salivary gland. some of them were closely associated with the basal lamina of the gland epithelium, apparently in a process of cell invasion, in which the flagellum breaking through the basal lamina. within the cytoplasm of the gland epithelial cells, there were rounded forms of t. rangeli, consisting of tightly coiled sphaeromastigotes. the gland lumen was filled with large numbers of mostly epimastigotes forms of the flagellate; only few paramastigotes and trypomastigotes forms could be unequivocally identified. the presence of paramastigotes in the life cycle of t. rangeli has yet to be fully assessed
ULTRASTRUCTURAL OBSERVATIONS ON Trypanosoma (Herpetosoma) rangeli IN THE SALIVARY GLANDS OF Rhodnius ecuadoriensis (Hemiptera, Reduvidae)
ELLIOT W KITAJIMA,CESAR A CUBA CUBA,ZIGMAN BRENER
Parasitología al día , 1998,
Abstract: An electron microscopy study was carried out on the salivary glands of the triatomine bug Rhodnius ecuadoriensis experimentally infected with a Peruvian strain of Trypanosoma (Herpetosoma) rangeli. Epimastigotes forms of T. rangeli were found in large numbers in the haemolymph surrounding the salivary gland. Some of them were closely associated with the basal lamina of the gland epithelium, apparently in a process of cell invasion, in which the flagellum breaking through the basal lamina. Within the cytoplasm of the gland epithelial cells, there were rounded forms of T. rangeli, consisting of tightly coiled sphaeromastigotes. The gland lumen was filled with large numbers of mostly epimastigotes forms of the flagellate; only few paramastigotes and trypomastigotes forms could be unequivocally identified. The presence of paramastigotes in the life cycle of T. rangeli has yet to be fully assessed Fué realizado un estudio ultraestructural de las glándulas salivares del triatomino Rhodnius ecuadoriensis experimentalmente infectado por el tripanosomatídeo, Trypanosoma (Herpetosoma) rangeli, con la finalidad de documentar los aspectos básicos de la infección glandular por este flagelado. Gran número de formas epimastigotes fueron encontradas en la hemolinfa que ba a la parte externa de las glándulas en el hemoceloma. Algunos flagelados parecían íntimamente asociados a la membrana basal del epitelio glandular y varios de ellos parecían estar iniciando el proceso de su invasión, rompiendo la lámina basal con el flagelo. En el interior de las células glandulares observamos que, T. rangeli se presentaba en la forma de esferomastigotes, células redondeadas rodeadas externamente por un flagelo, que envolvía apretadamente el parásito. En la luz glandular también observamos gran número de epimastigotes mezclados con los productos de la secreción glandular; el material presentó apenas pocas formas paramastigotes y trypomastigotes identificadas de manera inequívoca. El significado de los paramastigotes en el ciclo evolutivo del T. rangeli aguarda futuros estudios
Applying Common Sense Leadership: Evidence from Senior Leaders
Jon K. Webber,Gregory W. Goussak,Elliot M. Ser
Advances in Management and Applied Economics , 2013,
Abstract: The purpose of this study is call for further academic conversations into how to practice common sense leadership in a 21st century organization. This qualitative study was performed from July 29th through December 7th, 2010, which involved 26 participants from across the United States who were identified as senior leaders in their organization. These executives indicated that leading by example; managing your human assets; doing the right thing; seeing the big picture; developing a plan for the future; and making the right hiring and transitional decisions were key common sense leadership best practices. Participants concluded that common sense leadership is a full, hands-on effort, which requires attention to every detail of the business from financial to human asset management toward all members of the organization
History and Clinical Validation of the PASCAL® Dynamic Contour Tonometer  [PDF]
Elliot M. Kirstein
Open Journal of Ophthalmology (OJOph) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojoph.2012.23016
Abstract: Will Goldmann Applanation Tonometry, the age old “gold standard” of intraocular pressure (IOP) measurement, be replaced with newer methods? One of the newer methods of IOP measurement is Pascal, dynamic contour tonometry (DCT). A review of the history, scientific principles, clinical validation and clinical utility of DCT is presented.
The international headache society classification of migraine headache—A call for substantiating data  [PDF]
Elliot Shevel, Daniel Shevel
Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jbise.2014.73015
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This paper proves conclusively that there is no scientific basis for the International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD) criteria for the diagnosis of migraine (MI). There are no data supporting the choice of diagnostic criteria, and where data do exist, they contradict the ICHD criteria. The Classification Committee (CC) of the International Headache Society (IHS) is called upon to revise the criteria according to the extensive available data.

Aliskiren: A New Harbinger of Hypotension?  [PDF]
Elliot I. Palmer,Andrew Oken
Open Journal of Anesthesiology (OJAnes) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojanes.2013.32025
Abstract: We present a case of significant, persistent, and relatively refractory hypotension during general anesthesia in a reasonably healthy 50-year-old man thought to be caused by a direct rennin inhibitor. This case is of particular significance because the medication thought responsible for the hemodynamic abnormalities is a relatively novel antihypertensive agent and remains largely unknown to clinical anesthesia providers.
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