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Cellular hypersensitivity of bovine leukocytes to Cysticercus bovis antigen (concentrations of 100 mu g/ml and 200 mu g/ml) in an experimentally infected calf was demonstrated by the migration-inhibition test. The maximum rate of migration inhibition was 44%. Lymphokine was detected.

Blazek, K.; Svec, M.; Schramlova, J.; Kursa, J.
Folia Parasitologica, 1980, 27, 2, pp 145-149