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Characterization of host-parasite interactions during the experimental Trichinella spiralis infection in pigs

., Johnston, R. C. (1991): Signs, larval burdens and serological responses of dogs experimentally infected with Trichinella spiralis Owen, 1835. Folia Parasitol., 38: 245–253 [6] Bruschi, F., Murrell K. D. (2002): New aspects of human trichinellosis: The impact of new Trichinella species. Postgrad. Med. J., 78: 15–22. DOI: 10.1136/pmj.78. 915.15 [7] Bruschi, F., Pozio, E., Watanabe, N., Gomez Morales, M. A., Ito, M., Huang, Y., Binaghi, R. (1999): Anaphylactic response to parasite

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The viability of Trichinella spiralis larvae in frozen pork and wild boar meat revealed by the experimental infection of laboratory mice

Aires, Argentina. J. Bacteriol. Parasitol., 3: 4. DOI: 10.4172/2155-9597.1000140 GAMBLE, H.R., BESSONOV, A.S., CUPERLOVIC, K., GAJADHAR, A.A., VAN KNAPEN, F., NOECKLER, K., SCHENONE, H., ZHU, X. (2000): International Commission on Trichinellosis: recommendations on methods for the control of Trichinella in domestic and wild animals intended for human consumption. Vet. Parasitol., 93, 393 - 408 IACOB, O. (2008): Research regarding the resistance of Trichinella spiralis larvae in pork meat subjected to repeated freazing-defreazing. J

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Preparation and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against ES antigens of Trichinella spiralis

[1] Arriaga, C., Yepez-Mulia, L., Morilla, A., Ortegapierres, G. (1995): Detection of circulating Trichinella spiralis muscle larva antigens in serum samples of experimentally and naturally infected swine. Vet. Parasitol. 58: 319–326. DOI: 10.1016/0304-4017(94)00775-8 [2] Boireau, P., Vayssier, M., Fabien, J. F., Perret, C., Calamel, M., Soule, C. (1997): Characterization of eleven antigenic groups in Trichinella genus and identification of stage and species markers

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The anti-parasitic effect of probiotic bacteria via limiting the fecundity of Trichinella spiralis female adults

immunodeficient C57BL/6 mice. Cell . Mol . Biol . (Noisy-le-grand) , 45(6): 855 – 863 A raújo , T.F., F erreira , C.L.L.F. (2013): The genus Enterococcus as probiotic: safety concerns. Braz . Arch . Biol . Technol., 56(3): 457 – 466. DOI: 10.1590/S1516-89132013000300014 A ttia , R.A., M ahmoud , A.E., F arrag , H.M., M akboul , R., M ohamed , M.E., I braheim , Z. (2015): Effect of myrrh and thyme on Trichinella spiralis enteral and parenteral phases with inducible nitric oxide expression in mice. Mem . Inst . Oswaldo Cruz , 110(8): 1035 – 1041. DOI: 10

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Detrimental effects of geldanamycin on adults and larvae of Trichinella spiralis

Introduction Trichinellosis is a zoonotic disease affecting mainly temperate regions; many cases were reported all over the world including Egypt. Trichinella spiralis ( T spiralis) has a complex life cycle where the adults reside in the small intestine while the encysted larvae in skeletal muscle cells within the same host. Trichinellosis can be associated with severe neurological, ocular, and cardiovascular complications and may end fatally. The treatment is a challenge for the physician. It is most effective when administered early in the course of

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Kinetics of specific humoral immune response of mice infected with low doses of Trichinella spiralis, T. britovi, and T. pseudospiralis larvae

[1] Andrade, M. A., Siles-Lucas, M., López-Abán, J., Nogalruiz, J. J., Pérez-Arellando, J. L., Martínez-Fernández, A. R., Muro, A. (2007): Trichinella: differing effects of antigens from encapsulated and non-encapsulated species on in vitro nitric oxide production. Vet. Parasitol., 143: 86–90 [2] Appleton, J.A., Bell, R. G., Homan, W., Van Knapen, F. (1991): Consensus on Trichinella spiralis antigens and antibodies. Parasitol. Today, 7: 190–192

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Study of the 49 kDa excretory-secretory protein gene of Trichinella nativa and Trichinella spiralis

[1] Bolas-Fernandez, F. (2003): Biological variation in Trichinella species and genotypes. J. Helminthol., 77: 111–118 [2] Dea-Ayuela, M. A., Bolas-Fernandez, F. (1999): Trichinella antigens: a review. Vet Res., 30: 559–571 [3] Denkers, E. Y., Wassom, D. L., Hayes, C. E. (1990): Characterization of Trichinella spiralis antigens sharing an immunodominant, carbohydrate-associated determinant distinct from phosphorylcholine. Mol. Biochem. Parasitol., 41

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Detection of circulating antigens in serum samples of mice experimentally infected with Trichinella spiralis by a sandwich ELISA based on IgY

[1] Akita, E. M., Nakai, S. (1993): Comparison of four purification methods for the production of immunoglobulins from eggs laid by hens immunized with an enterotoxigenic E.coli strain. J. Immunol. Methods, 160: 207–214. DOI: 10.1016/0022-1759(93)90179-B [2] Arriaga, C., Yepez-Mulia, L., Morilla, A., Ortegapierres, G. (1995): Detection of circulating Trichinella spiralis muscle larva antigens in serum samples of experimentally and naturally infected swine. Vet

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Congenital transmission of Trichinella spiralis in experimentally infected mice

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Differences in cellular immune responses of mice BALB/c to low and high infective doses of Trichinella spiralis

[1] Beagley, K. W., Eldridge, J. H., Kiyono, H., Everson, M. P., Koopman, W. J., Honjo, T., Mcghee, J. R. (1988): Recombinant murine IL-5 induces high rate IgA synthesis in cycling IgA-positive Peyer’s patch B cells. J. Immunol., 141(6): 2035–2042 [2] Beiting, D. P., Bliss, S. K., Schlafer, D. H., Roberts, V. L., Appleton, J. A. (2004): Interleukin-10 limits local and body cavity inflammation during infection with musclestage Trichinella spiralis. Infect. Immun. 72(6): 3129–3137. DOI: 10.1128/IAI.72

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