Participation of platelets in protection against larval Taenia taeniaeformis infection in mice.

Abstract:

:The participation of platelets in the protection against larval Taenia taeniaeformis was studied. CB-17 SCID mice, susceptible to T. taeniaeformis, were protected against a challenge infection with T. taeniaeformis by the passive transfer of platelets from T. taeniaeformis-infected normal CB-17 mice, resistant to T. taeniaeformis.

authors

Kakuda T,Ooi HK,Oku Y,Kamiya M

doi

10.1159/000237253

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1996-03-01 00:00:00

pages

295-7

issue

3

eissn

1018-2438

issn

1423-0097

journal_volume

109

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