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Response of nonsensitized and sensitized lactating mice to infection with Trichinella spiralis



Response of nonsensitized and sensitized lactating mice to infection with Trichinella spiralis



International Journal for Parasitology 7(1): 41-45



The effect of lactation on the expulsion of adult Trichinella spiralis were studied in: (i) lactating, (ii) induced agalactic post-parturient, (iii) previously sensitized, and (iv) mice sensitized during lactation. The results indicated that lactation was associated with an altered pattern of worm expulsion, i.e. more adult worms were recovered from non-sensitized and sensitized lactating mice than from control mice. Furthermore, neither mice sensitized before nor during lactation demonstrated an immunity to challenge infection. [AS].

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DOI: 10.1016/0020-7519(77)90022-4



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