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Cellular and humoral immune responses of jirds resistant to Dipetalonema viteae infection



Cellular and humoral immune responses of jirds resistant to Dipetalonema viteae infection



Infection and Immunity 52(3): 742-747



Jirds with prepatent D. viteae infections developed an acquired immunity to challenge infections. Splenic hyperplasia was observed in infected jirds during the first 5 weeks of infection. Antigen-reactive spleen cells were observed in the lymphocyte transformation assay at 3 weeks postinfection. A depressed response to concanavalin A (ConA) was seen at 1 week postinfection through week 5.

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