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Detection of Cellular Immunity by Migration Inhibition Test on Rabbits and Guinea Pigs Immunized with Anisakis Larval Antigens

  • Y. Kikuchi
  • H. Saeki
  • H. Ishikura

Abstract

It is well documented that cell-mediated immunity (CMI) plays an important role in the protection of the host against parasite infections. Some earlier workers detected the development of CMI from several Protozoa [1–3], Schistosoma [4–6] or Trichina worm [7], Echinococcus infections [8–10] and others [11,12] by the appearance of delayed type hypersensitivity skin reactions and/or CMI in vitro reactions.

Keywords

Macrophage Migration Inhibition Factor Migration Inhibition Migration Index Alveolar Echinococcosis Macrophage Migration Inhibition 
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  • Y. Kikuchi
  • H. Saeki
  • H. Ishikura

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