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Influence of Echinococcus multilocularis infection on immune response of mice and their offspring

[1] Ammann, R., W., Eckert, J. (1996): Cestodes: Echinococcus. In: Weinstock, J.V. (Ed) Parasitic diseases of the liver and intestines. Philadelphia PA, Saunders, pp. 655–689 [2] Antolová, D., Reiterová, K. (2010): Influence of Echinococcus multilocularis infection on reproduction and cellular immune response of mice. Parasite Immunol., 32: 384–387. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3024.2009.01194.x http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-3024.2009.01194.x [3] Auer, H., Hermentin, K., Aspöck, H. (1988

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The presence of Syphacia obvelata in laboratory mice (BALB/c) — parasite antigens in immune response

://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0031182000066282 [6] De Vos, T., Danell, G., Dick, T. A. (1992): Trichinella spiralis: dose dependence and kinetics of the mucosal immune responses in mice. Exp. Parasitol., 75: 99–111 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0014-4894(92)90125-T [7] Dick, T. A., Wright, K. A. (1973): The ultrastructure of cuticle of the nematode Syphacia obvelata (Rudolphi, 1802). I. The body cuticle of larvae males, and females, and observation on its development. Can. J. Zool., 51: 187–196 [8] Gilioli, R

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Selected parameters of immune response in pregnant sows vaccinated against Trueperella pyogenes

.: Identification of Arcanobacterium pyogenes isolated by post mortem examinations of a bearded dragon and a gecko by phenotypic and genotypic properties. J Vet Sci 2010, 11, 265-267. 12. Wuryastuti H.J., Stowe H.D., Bull R.W., Miller E.R.: Effects of vitamin E and selenium on immune responses of peripheral blood, colostrum, and milk leukocytes of sows. J Anim Sci 1993, 71, 2464-2472.

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Electrotransfer of plasmid DNA radiosensitizes B16F10 tumors through activation of immune response

activation of an immune response. 11 Radiotherapy is one of the principal treatment modalities for primary tumors and their metastases. 12 Nowadays, irradiation is widely investigated for its associated effects on priming antitumor immunity. 13 There is growing evidence of irradiation’s effect on the antitumor immune response, inducing immunogenic cell death and generating danger signals. An important danger signal after irradiation is DNA released from the nucleus of dying cells. This DNA is recognized by the immune system as a DAMP, and can promote the activation of

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Inhibition of cathepsin X enzyme influences the immune response of THP-1 cells and dendritic cells infected with Helicobacter pylori

, Azuma T, Berg DE, Ito Y, Morelli G, Pan ZJ, et al. Recombination and clonal groupings within Helicobacter pylori from different geographical regions. Mol Microbiol 1999; 32: 459-70. 13. Kopitar AN, Stegel V, Tepes B, Gubina M, Novaković S, Ihan A. Specific T cell responses to Helicobacter pylori predict successful eradication therapy. J Infect 2007; 54: 257-61. 14. Obermajer N, Magister S, Kopitar AN, Tepes B, Ihan A, Kos J. Cathepsin X prevents an effective immune response against Helicobacter pylori infection. Eur J

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Effect of Dietary Supplementation of Spirulina (Arthrospira Platensis) and Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris) on Serum Biochemistry, Immune Response and Antioxidant Status of Rabbits

performance, gastrointestinal tract metabolism and carcass characteristics. J. Anim. Feed Sci., 17: 233-246. Mohebbifar A., Torki M. (2011). Growth performance and humoral immune response of broiler chicks fed diets containing graded levels of ground date pits withamixture of dried garlic and thyme. Global Veterinaria, 6: 389-398. Namkung H., Li M., Gong J., Yu H., Cottrill M.,de Lang C.F.M. (2004). Impact of feeding blends of organic acids and herbal extracts on growth performance, gut microbiota and digestive function in newly weaned pigs

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Researches on vicinal immune responses in canine leptospirosis

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Leptospirosis is a zoonosis of constant importance as causative microbial agent, maintained by subclinical infections in wild and domestic animals. Currently, for active immunization in dogs is used an inactivated vaccine, produced by specialized companies in different countries. The vast majority are polyvalent vaccines, which include the two leptospire serovars (Leptospira canicola and Leptospira icterohaemorhagiae) and viral antigens for prevention of infectious hepatitis Rubarht, Carré's disease, coronavirus and parainfluence. Specific immunity induced by this inactivated vaccine, is active, individual, installs in 10 to 21 days after administration, lasting a variable time (4-6 months) and never causes a 100% protection. This paper aims to investigate how this immune response in carnivores and its protection.

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Anaesthesia and Stress Response to Surgery

-572. Bagry, H., de la Cuadra Fontaine, J. C., Asenjo, J. F., Bracco, D., Carli, F. (2008). Reg. Anest. Pain. Med. , 33 (1), 17-23. Beilin, B., Bessler, H., Papismedov, L., Weinstock, M., Shavit, Y. (2005). Continuous physostigmine combined with morphine-based patient-controlled analgesia in the postoperative period. Acta. Anaesth. Scand. , 49, 78-84. Beilin, B., Rusabrov, Y.,Shapira, Y., Roytblat, L.,Greemberg, L.,Yardeni, Y. Z., Bessler, H. (2007). Low-dose ketamine affects immune responses in humans during the early

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Cytokines in inflammatory bowel disease

. PREHN JL, MEHDIZADEH S, LANDERS CJ, LUO X, CHA SC, WEI P, et al. Potential role for TL1A, the new TNF-family member and potent costimulator of IFN-gamma, in mucosal inflammation. Clinical immunology. 2004; 112 (1):66-77. 24. KAMADA N, HISAMATSU T, HONDA H, KOBAYASHI T, CHINEN H, TAKAYAMA T, et al . TL1A produced by lamina propria macrophages induces Th1 and Th17 immune responses in cooperation with IL-23 in patients with Crohn's disease. Inflammatory bowel diseases. 2010; 16 (4):568-75. 25. PREHN JL, THOMAS LS, LANDERS CJ, YU QT, MICHELSEN KS, TARGAN

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Immune Cell Subsets Evaluation as a Predictive Tool for Hepatitis B Infection Outcome and Treatment Responsiveness

. Human CD38, a cell-surface protein with multiple functions. FASEB J 1996;10(12):1408-17. 11. Bertoletti A, Gehring AJ. The immune response during hepatitis B virus infection. Journal of General Virology 2006;87(Pt6):1439-49. 12. You J, Sriplung H, Geater A, et al. Hepatitis B virus DNA is more powerful than HBeAg in predicting peripheral T-lymphocyte subpopulations in chronic HBV-infected individuals with normal liver function tests. World J Gastroenterol 2008;14(23):3710-8. 13. You J, Zhuang L, Zhang YF, et al

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