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Characteristics of the necrotic and pyrogenic properties of Ascaris antigen

, : Characteristics of the necrotic and pyrogenic properties of Ascaris antigen. Patologicheskaya Fiziologiya i Elksperimental' naya Terapiya (4): 43-45

Ascaris antigens at a dose of 0.1 mg/kg body-weight intravenously increased the sensitivity of dogs to subsequent (in 5, 15 or 30 min) injections of adrenaline. Hypotension led to the development of necrosis, haemorrhages, extravasation of erythrocytes and accumulation of haemosiderin. The dermis was infiltrated by leukocytes with segmented nuclei.

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