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association between circulating antigen and parasite load in a model filarial system, acanthocheilonema viteae in jirds.jirds (meriones libycus) were infected with various numbers of acanthocheilonema viteae l3 stage parasites. during the course of the ensuing 16 weeks, blood samples were collected at 2 weekly intervals and the amount of the major parasite excretory-secretory product (e-s 62) and antibodies directed against it measured. after 16 weeks, animals were sacrificed and the size of the mature worm burden established. in spite of interaction between e-s 62 and host antibody, a statistically significant r ...19902092299
peripheral localisation of an ige immune response at axillary lymph nodes draining the site of a local parasitic infection.wistar-furth rats were infected subcutaneously with l3 larvae of dipetalonema viteae, filaria of meriones libycus. lymph nodes draining the site of immunization contained numerous ige-staining cells identified as lymphoid cells. in other lymphoid tissues, ige-staining cells were rare. they were absent in the lamina propria of the small intestine. these data support the view that ige lymphoid precursors are present in peripheral lymph nodes.19826982873
[studies of immunity against microfilaria of the species dipetalonema viteae krepkogorskaja 1933 in meriones libycus and in the hamster]. 19695394221
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