Intestinal mast cells during experimental ancylostomiasis.

@article{Vardhani1979IntestinalMC,
  title={Intestinal mast cells during experimental ancylostomiasis.},
  author={Viveka Vardhani and Gyanendra Narain Johri},
  journal={Journal of helminthology},
  year={1979},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={35-9}
}
The alterations of mast cell counts induced in the gut of swiss albino mice by infection with Ancylostoma caninum larvae have been studied, both in single and multiple infections. It was found that mast cell rise was greater in females than males. In singly infected animals, mast cell increase was influenced by the infective dose of inoculated larvae. In case of repeatedly infected mice, mast cell counts were decreased because of their earlier degranulation. 

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