A. Danneschewski

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The nematode Heterakis spumosa lives and develops in the upper colon of mice. The colon mucosa contains soluble factors that significantly increase release of eggs by female H. spumosa in vitro. Egg release is stimulated more when colon factors are prepared from mice harboring adult H. spumosa. Also, soluble factors stimulating egg release can be prepared(More)
Evidence has accumulated that resistance to infections with intestinal nematodes is under genetic control. In particular, genes of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) are associated with a tendency to low or high infection rates with Ascaris lumbricoides and Trichuris trichiura in humans as indicated by recent epidemiologic studies (Bundy 1988). In(More)
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