Trichinella spiralis


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Noun1.Trichinella spiralis - parasitic nematode occurring in the intestines of pigs and rats and human beings and producing larvae that form cysts in skeletal musclesTrichinella spiralis - parasitic nematode occurring in the intestines of pigs and rats and human beings and producing larvae that form cysts in skeletal muscles
nematode, nematode worm, roundworm - unsegmented worms with elongated rounded body pointed at both ends; mostly free-living but some are parasitic
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Characterization of levamisole binding sites in Trichinella spiralis.
Influence of adjuvant formulation on the induced protection of mice immunized with total soluble antigen of Trichinella spiralis.
Larvas de primer estadio (L1) de Trichinella spiralis, obtenidas por digestion artificial, a partir de canales de ratones previamente infectados, se incubaron en placas de 24 pocillos (1000 U/pocillo en 1 ml de medio HBSS) con diferentes concentraciones (1, 2 y 5 mg/ml) de estreptomicina y penicilina.
Trichinella spiralis in pork) cannot reproduce in meat or poultry products.
2008) cloned the caveolin-1 gene of Trichinella spiralis and used fragment specific cDNA probes, and reported its sex-specific expression in the oocyte maturation and early embryo development process.
Ige Enhances Parasite Clearance and Regulates Mast Cell Responses in Mice Infected with Trichinella spiralis.
Some parasites can also reside in muscles, organs and the brain (cysticercosis), especially Trichinella spiralis, the pork worm, from undercooked pork.
Derda, "A stimulation of antioxidants in muscles of Trichinella spiralis infected rats," Acta Parasitologica, vol.
84) In mice, mucosal mast cells predominantly express the chymase mouse mast cell protease 1, which has an essential role in preventing infestation by the nematode Trichinella spiralis.
Infectious disease screening was performed and showed negative serology for Echinococcus granulosus, Toxoplasma gondii, Toxocara canis, Trichinella spiralis, hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
Trichinella spiralis immunomodulation: an interactive multfactorial process.