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Host reaction to infection with Trichinella larvae



Host reaction to infection with Trichinella larvae



Voprosy epidemiologii i gigieny v Litovskoi SSR 6 Kishechnye i virusnye infektsii i invazii Mater res ik nauch konf 6-7 Sentyabrya 1979 g: 261-263



Piglets were infected with 15 000 (group 1) or 30 000 (group 2) T. spiralis larvae and bled every 7 days for 2 months. Precipitating antibodies were detected on day 14 after infection in group 2 and later in group 1. Protein levels, initially showing a slight drop, were 9.7 to 12.2% above levels in controls from day 14 onwards. Sugar levels were 6.5 to 37% lower than in controls from day 7.

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