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HOST PRECIPITIN ANTIBODY PRODUCTION IN RELATION TO DIFFERENTIATION AND GROWTH OF PARASITIC ROUNDWORMS.
Final progress rept., 1 Sep 64-31 Aug 65,
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES DEPT OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
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The main function of the work was to relate the development and changes in precipitating antibodies to the morphological changes during growth of T. spiralis larvae by immunoelectrophoresis and histological techniques. Cross reaction studies were performed with other parasitic worms in an attempt to isolate the different antigenic components.
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