EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

Characterization of sheep antibodies involved in precipitate formation with surface antigens of Fasciola hepatica in vitro


, : Characterization of sheep antibodies involved in precipitate formation with surface antigens of Fasciola hepatica in vitro. International journal for parasitology 12(5): 467-471

Fasciola hepatica, sheep antibodies involved in precipitate formation with parasite surface antigens in vitro, characterization as to immunoglobulin class and ability to affect survival of flukes in rats, failure of fluke antigen-sheep antibody complex to immunize rats against infection

Accession: 001053444

PMID: 6815122

DOI: 10.1016/0020-7519(82)90078-9

Download PDF Full Text: Characterization of sheep antibodies involved in precipitate formation with surface antigens of Fasciola hepatica in vitro


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Sandeman, R.M.; Howell, M.J., 1982: Characterization of sheep antibodies involved in precipitate formation with surface antigens of Fasciola hepatica in vitro. International Journal for Parasitology 12(5): 467-471

Joyce P., 1984: Monoclonal antibodies to surface and gut antigens of fasciola hepatica. Parasitology: Xxxv

Joshua G.W.P.; Bennett C.E., 1984: Monoclonal antibodies against surface antigens of fasciola hepatica. Parasitology 89(2): IV

Sandeman, R.M.; Howell, M.J., 1981: Precipitating antibodies against excretory/secretory antigens of Fasciola hepatica in sheep serum. Gel diffusion techniques were used to study antigen-antibody reactions in precipitates forming around juvenile, semi-mature and adult Fasciola hepatica cultured in serum from infected sheep. The number of reactions was analysed in both primary and...

Hanna R.E.B.; Trudgett A.G., 1982: Development of mono clonal antibodies against surface antigens of juvenile fasciola hepatica. Parasitology 85(2): LI

Hanna R.E.B.; Trudgett A., 1982: Development of mono clonal antibodies against stage specific surface antigens in fasciola hepatica. Molecular & Biochemical Parasitology (SUPPL): 59

Ruiz-Navarrete, M.A.; Arriaga, C.; Bautista, C.R.; Morilla, A., 1993: Fasciola hepatica: characterization of somatic and excretory-secretory antigens of adult flukes recognized by infected sheep. Ten sheep were experimentally infected with 200 Fasciola hepatica metacercariae, 5 sheep were kept as uninfected controls, and sera were collected every 2 weeks. Thin layer immunoassay results showed that antibodies against F. hepatica antigens co...

Ruiz Navarrete, M.A.; Arriaga, C.; Bautista, C.R.; Morilla Gonzalez, A., 1994: Fasciola hepatica Characterization of somatic and excretory/secretory antigens of adult flukes recognized by infected sheep. The immune response of sheep to somatic components and excretory/secretory products of adult Fasciola hepatica, was studied during an experimental infection. Antibodies against adult fluke somatic and excretory/secretory antigens were detected by...

Hanna, R.E.; Trudgett, A.G.; Anderson, A., 1988: Fasciola hepatica: development of monoclonal antibodies against somatic antigens and their characterization by ultrastructural localization of antibody binding. A series of monoclonal antibodies was prepared against tegumental and internal antigens of Fasciola hepatica by immunizing mice with whole adult-fluke homogenates prior to harvesting the splenic lymphocytes for fusion. Preliminary screening by the...

Rodríguez-Pérez, J.; Hillyer, G.V., 1995: Detection of excretory-secretory circulating antigens in sheep infected with Fasciola hepatica and with Schistosoma mansoni and F. hepatica. Two groups of sheep were exposed to Fasciola hepatica and Schistosoma mansoni/F. hepatica infections, respectively, to determine the time of appearance of F. hepatica circulating excretory-secretory (FhES) antigens. Five sheep were infected orally...