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Humoral and cellular responses in mice and rats infected with Hymenolepis diminuta



Humoral and cellular responses in mice and rats infected with Hymenolepis diminuta



Bulletin de l' Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Sciences Biologiques 28(12): 707-713



Specific antibodies were demonstrated by the passive haemagglutination test in the sera of rats from the 8th to 51st day after inoculation with 2 H. diminuta cysticercoids. Up to the 19th day titres ranged from 1:160 to 1:320; thereafter they were 1:80. The inhibition of macrophage migration was statistically significant from day 8 to day 25 after infection. Groups of mice were inoculated with 2 cysticercoids and then treated with cyclophosphamide (CY).

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