Nematodes as host resistance models for detection of immunotoxicity.

Abstract

Greater susceptibility to infection is a hallmark of compromised immune function in humans and animals, and is often considered the benchmark against which the predictive value of immune function tests are compared. The focus of this paper is resistance to infection with the parasitic nematode Trichinella spiralis as a model of host resistance. Topics… (More)

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