Induced inflammatory process in the Antarctic fish Notothenia neglecta

@article{Silva1998InducedIP,
  title={Induced inflammatory process in the Antarctic fish Notothenia neglecta},
  author={Jos{\'e} Machado da Silva and Francisco Javier Hernadez-Blazquez and Renato Lamounier Barbieri},
  journal={Polar Biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={20},
  pages={206-212}
}
We studied the ability of the Antarctic fish Notothenia neglecta to conduct an induced inflammatory process at 0°C. Indian ink was injected and a cotton suture thread was implanted into muscle of different groups of fish. After 1–2 days of Indian ink injection, the ink was diffused in the perimysium and there was hemorrhage and cellular infiltrate composed mainly of macrophages A (with few and small lysosomes) and neutrophils; after 7–15 days, there were macrophages A and some macrophages B… CONTINUE READING
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