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Demonstration of cellular hypersensitivity in bovine cysticercosis by migration-inhibition test

, : Demonstration of cellular hypersensitivity in bovine cysticercosis by migration-inhibition test. Folia Parasitologica 27(2): 145-149

Cellular hypersensitivity of bovine leukocytes to cysticercus antigen in experimental bovine cysticercosis was demonstrated by means of the migration-inhibition test. The authors detected lymphokin which is capable of suppressing in vitro the migration of heterogeneous cells of the macrophage type. The maximum value of migration inhibition was 44%.


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