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The role of some vitamins in the course of larval ascaridosis (Ascaris suum). I. Levels of vitamins B2 and C in some tissues and organs of guinea-pigs



The role of some vitamins in the course of larval ascaridosis (Ascaris suum). I. Levels of vitamins B2 and C in some tissues and organs of guinea-pigs



Acta Parasitologica Polonica 24(11/19): 165-183



Riboflavin contents of livers and lungs of guinea-pigs were significantly reduced by Ascaris suum infection. In the lungs, the lowest levels of riboflavin occurred 5 to 8 days after infection. Changes in riboflavin levels in blood and of vitamin C in adrenal glands were statistically insignificant. Vitamin C levels increased significantly in blood and liver.

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