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Morphological changes in the organs of the lymphoid system in mice with experimental Trichinella spiralis infection



Morphological changes in the organs of the lymphoid system in mice with experimental Trichinella spiralis infection



Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni ( 3): 48-50



Changes observed in the thymus, spleen, inguinal lymph nodes and Peyer's patches of mice on days 1 to 60 following infection with 5 T. spiralis larvae/g bwt are described. The results showed 2 phases of activation of the immune system, the first occurring in the first 3 days of infection, i.e. during the early intestinal phase of infection and the 2nd occurring during the early muscular phase.

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