Sequential mesenteric lymph node histological response following Trichinella spiralis infection.

@article{Molinari1982SequentialML,
  title={Sequential mesenteric lymph node histological response following Trichinella spiralis infection.},
  author={J. A. Molinari and John A. Hess and Roy K. Wesley},
  journal={International archives of allergy and applied immunology},
  year={1982},
  volume={69 1},
  pages={
          81-5
        }
}
The histology of mouse secondary lymphoid tissue was examined following infection of Trichinella spiralis. ICR/CD-1 mice were orally infected with 200 T. spiralis and sacrificed at either 0, 3, 7, 14, 28 or 56 days after nematode administration. The animals were bled and sacrificed, and mesenteric lymph nodes were removed from each animal. They were fixed in 10% neutral buffered formalin, embedded in paraffin, and cut in 4-micron sections. Examination of serial sections demonstrated the… 
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