Markéta Leissová

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Using a small animal imaging system, migratory activity of Toxocara canis larvae stained by carboxyfluorescein succinimidyl ester (CFSE) was observed post primary infection (PPI) and post reinfection (PR) of BALB/c mice. Each infection was performed with 1,000 larvae per mouse. Primary infections were performed with labeled larvae, while for challenge(More)
The term avidity used to express the strength of the bond between a serum specimen and a multivalent antigen. It is known that the avidity increases with time after antibody challenge and measurement of the avidity has been used diagnostically. Recently an assay measuring the IgG avidity of various virus infections and of toxoplasmosis was used to(More)
The damage of the eye is one of the clinical syndromes of the Toxocara infection, caused by the migration activity of the Toxocara canis and Toxocara cati larvae. Ocular larva migrans (OLM) lesions mostly occur unilaterally and frequently are diagnosed as retinoblastoma. The typical symptoms of OLM are presented in our publication. The first signs of the(More)
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