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Immunology of leishmaniasis.
  • D. Heyneman
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Bulletin of the World Health Organization
  • 1971
Knowledge of the immunological basis of the leishmaniases and of the host's response is fragmentary and largely pragmatic. This paper reviews certain conceptual and clinical aspects of the immunologyExpand
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Wormy mice in a hybrid zone
As one approach to analysing the genetic barriers between species, we studied the numbers and types of parasitic worms in two species of house mice (Mus musculus and M. domesticus) and in theirExpand
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Intramolluscan inter-trematode antagonism: a review of factors influencing the host-parasite system and its possible role in biological control.
Publisher Summary The study of intramolluscan single and double trematode infections has proved to be a useful approach in better understanding host–parasite relationship. Modification and disruptionExpand
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Schistosoma mansoni: temporary reduction of natural resistance in Biomphalaria glabrata induced by irradiated miracidia of Echinostoma paraensei.
Abstract Sporocysts developing in the heart of the snail host from irradiated Echinostoma paraensei miracidia are unable to form rediae and can survive for only a brief time. However, they still wereExpand
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The ultrastructure of the amebocyte-producing organ in Biomphalaria glabrata.
The amebocyte-producing organ (APO) in normal and echinostome-sensitized Biomphalaria glabrata was studied at the ultrastructural level. The APO in unexposed snails consists of small clusters ofExpand
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Biology of filarioid nematode Dipetalonema spirocauda (Leidy, 1858) from the heart of captive harbor seals and sea lions, together with pathology of the hosts.
scribed by Lubimov and specimens obtained from the heart of seals caught off the cost of Maine belong to the genus Dipetalonema as conceived by Chabaud (1952). This paper described similar heartwormsExpand
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