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Abstract

One dwarf goat, 4 sheep and 3 lambs were infected with 200 000, 150 000 and 500 000 eggs of T. saginata, respectively. Examination of one of the sheep on day 14 of the infection showed no abnormalities so the remaining 3 were reinfected with 200 000 eggs on day 26. The intensity of infection was...

Author(s)
Blazek, K.; Schramlova, J.
Citation
Folia Parasitologica, 1983, 30, 2, pp 131-139
Abstract

Histochemical studies on the cysticercus and surrounding tissue reaction were performed at various intervals after experimental infection. It was found that acid mucosubstances and proteins with SH- and SS-groups appeared first in the granulation tissue around the cysticercus (on about day 14 p.i.) ...

Author(s)
Schramlová, J.; Blažek, K.
Citation
Folia Parasitologica, 1984, 31, 1, pp 37-44
Abstract

The tissue reaction around developing C. bovis in 2 neonatally infected calves (25 000 eggs 4 days after birth) differed quantitatively and qualitatively from the reaction in calves infected when several months old. In neonatal infections the tissue reaction was much weaker than in older calves....

Author(s)
Blazek, K.; Schramlova, J.; Kursa, J.
Citation
Folia Parasitologica, 1982, 29, 2, pp 147-156
Abstract

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.

Author(s)
Blazek, K.; Svec, M.; Schramlova, J.; Kursa, J.
Citation
Folia Parasitologica, 1980, 27, 2, pp 145-149
Abstract

The indirect haemagglutination reaction and microprecipitation were used to study the antibody response in calves infected with Taenia saginata ova in relation to the tissue reaction. The first test became positive on day 21, the 2nd test between days 16 and 21, i.e. in the period of acute...

Author(s)
Blazek, K.; Uhlikova, M.; Hubner, J.; Schramlova, J.; Kursa, J.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
Citation
Veterinarni Medicina, 1980, 25, 2, pp 65-71
Abstract

Taenia saginata, larvae penetrated from the vascular system into the interstitium during the early stage of invasion (14-28 days) and caused extensive necrosis of the surrounding tissue, provoking migration of eosinophils and vigorous activation of histiocytes, fibroblasts and other cells,...

Author(s)
Blazek, K.; Schramlova, J.; Kursa, J.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
Citation
Veterinarni Medicina, 26, 1, pp 23-35
Abstract

C. bovis, cysticerci and changes caused by them were found in thirteen out of fourteen experimentally infected 3-4 month old calves, in lungs of 78.5% of the animals, 42.8% in the liver, 28.5% in the parotid gland, 14.2% in the kidney, and in the wall of the large intestine of only one animal (7%). ...

Author(s)
Blazek, K.; Schramlova, J.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
Citation
Veterinarni Medicina, 26, 1, pp 37-47