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Studies on the plerocercoid growth factor of Spirometra erinacei (Rudolphi, 1819) with special reference to the effect on lipid mobilization in vitro



Studies on the plerocercoid growth factor of Spirometra erinacei (Rudolphi, 1819) with special reference to the effect on lipid mobilization in vitro



Japanese Journal of Parasitology, 276: 527-533



Plerocercoids of Spirometra erinacei (from snakes in Japan) showed a growth-stimulating effect on non-treated and propylthiouracil-treated mice. In non-treated mice the increase in body-weight was similar to that produced by S. mansonoides. The incubation medium of plerocercoids promoted lipolysis in isolated fat cells but the worm homogenate and its extract significantly inhibited adrenaline and bovine growth hormone-induced lipolysis.

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