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Humoral suppression in Trypanosoma cruzi infection in relation to the timing of antigen presentation



Humoral suppression in Trypanosoma cruzi infection in relation to the timing of antigen presentation



Zeitschrift für Parasitenkunde 64(1): 85-95



(CBA X C57 B1/10) F1 mice were inoculated intraperitoneally with 100 parasites of Trypanosoma cruzi strain Y. After a prepatent period of 6 days they developed a peak parasitaemia on day 11 and then a long chronic parasitaemia with few or no visible parasites. The primary response to sheep red blood cells was suppressed during the acute and chronic phases. Mice immunized on the day of infection or on the previous day gave an enhanced response.

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