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- Scilla luciliae is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae. It is referred to by the common names Bossier's glory-of-the-snow or Lucile's...
- lochiae (Loch's glory-of-the-snow), C. giganteaCyprus Scilla luciliae, syn. Chionodoxa luciliae (Lucile's glory-of-the-snow) – west Turkey Scilla nana, syns...
- Crithidia luciliae is a flagellate parasite that uses the housefly, Musca domestica, as a host. As part of the family of Trypanosomatidae, it is characterised...
- superior compared to ELISA in detection of ANA from HEp-2 cells. Crithidia luciliae are haemoflaggelate single celled protists. They are used as a substrate...
- tests available that detects high avidity antibodies (along with Crithidia luciliae) and also has the ability to detect antibodies of any isotype. The polyethylene...
- wrongly called S. luciliae. Scilla forbesii can be bought as dry bulbs (often under the alternative names Scilla luciliae, Chionodoxa luciliae, Scilla siehei...
- Chionodoxa lochiae Scilla longistylosa Speta Scilla luciliae (Boiss.) Speta, syn. Chionodoxa luciliae Scilla lucis Speta Scilla madeirensis Menezes – Madeiran...
- brachyantha Woodson Tabernaemontana congesta Benth. ex Müll.Arg. Tabernaemontana luciliae Leeuwenb. Tabernaemontana prancei (L.Allorge) Leeuwenb. Tabernaemontana...
- concentrations of C3 and C4, positive immunofluorescence using Crithidia luciliae as substrate, antiphospholipid antibodies (i.e. anticardiolipin, lupus...
- fasciculata, C. deanei, C. desouzai, C. oncopelti, C. guilhermei and C. luciliae. C. deanei is atypical of the Crithidia genus, and it has been argued not...
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