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Studies on the responsiveness of the organism in parasite infections. I. Bactericidal properties of the serum, properdin level and vitamin C level in the blood of unweaned and weaned lambs infected with Dictyocaulus filaria


, : Studies on the responsiveness of the organism in parasite infections. I. Bactericidal properties of the serum, properdin level and vitamin C level in the blood of unweaned and weaned lambs infected with Dictyocaulus filaria. Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, Bulgaria 11(7): 19-25

The bactericidal activity of blood fell considerably 15-30 days after experimental infection of 20 lambs aged 3 months and 8 aged 6-7 months with lungworm larvae, and it was paralleled by a fall in blood ascorbic acid (particularly in the lambs). The properdin level of blood rose after infection, to reach a peak at about the 15th day, after which it slowly declined.

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