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Accumulation of acid and neutral polysaccharides in pigs experimentally infected with Ascarops strongylina


, : Accumulation of acid and neutral polysaccharides in pigs experimentally infected with Ascarops strongylina. Parazitologiya 6(6): 549-554

In the course of Ascarops strongylina infections of pigs, the quantity of neutral and acid mucopolysaccharides in the gastric mucosa increases. The mucopolysaccharides are thought to form a special biological membrane, protecting the underlying tissues from mechanical and toxic activity of the parasites. Hypersecretory mucoidosis is the basis of this process.

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