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Effect of specific and symptomatic therapy on the white blood cell response in experimental trichinelliasis of mice. II. White blood response cell under conditions of treatment with the cytostatic cyclophosphane and with corticosteroids

, : Effect of specific and symptomatic therapy on the white blood cell response in experimental trichinelliasis of mice. II. White blood response cell under conditions of treatment with the cytostatic cyclophosphane and with corticosteroids. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 29(4/6): 517-521

Trichinella spiralis-infected mice were injected either intraperitoneally with 100 mg/kg body weight of cyclophosphamide or intramuscularly with 60 mg/kg of prednisolone or hydrocortisone on days 2-4, 6-11 or 25-30 after infection and were examined at autopsy at intervals between days 7 and 60 after infection.

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