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Lead and cadmium in wild birds in southeastern spain
TLDR
A clear relationship between cadmium and lead concentrations in birds and their feedings habits is found and the finding that tissue and blood concentrations were generally not elevated suggests environmental (rather than acute) exposure.
Distribution of cadmium in blood and tissues of wild birds
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The study of correlations between the different tissues and blood suggests a compartmental behavior of cadmium under these exposure conditions, which reveals that the kidney is the primary organ for accumulation, followed by the liver and, to lesser extent, the brain and bone.
Environmental Exposure and Distribution of Lead in Four Species of Raptors in Southeastern Spain
TLDR
The distribution pattern indicates that raptors in Southeastern Spain were exposed to environmental low lead levels continuously over an extended period of time, and the bone is the principle organ for accumulation.
Identification of a chicken “C” chemokine related to lymphotactin
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It is interesting to note that the chicken chemokine seems to preferentially induce the migration of spleen B cells over T cells or B cells from the bursa of Fabricius.
Intake of a milk-based wolfberry formulation enhances the immune response of young-adult and aged mice.
TLDR
Dietary intake of Lacto-Wolfberry may favorably modulate the poor responsiveness to antigenic challenge observed with aging, and both antigen-(KLH) specific humoral response and cell-mediated immune responses in young-adult and aged mice were enhanced when compared to their respective controls.
Effect of Lactobacillus paracasei NCC2461 on antigen-specific T-cell mediated immune responses in aged mice.
TLDR
Oral intake of L. paracasei NCC2461 by aged mice enhanced the specific adaptive immune response to in vivo antigenic challenge without altering other cellular and humoral immune responses.
Isolation of entomopathogenic nematodes and control of Phyllophaga vetula Horn in Oaxaca, Mexico
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It was concluded that H. mexicana was the most effective isolate for control of P. vetula larvae, and the Heterorhabditis EPN presented the lowest values for both lethal dosages and lethal times.
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