Echinococcus paper discussion 2011

Echinococcus paper discussion 2011 - 10/30/2011 LifeCycle...

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10/30/2011 1 Life Cycle Echinococcosis
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10/30/2011 2 develops as a labyrinth of small chambers intermixed with the host fibrous reaction and liver parenchyma; the whole of the host liver can eventually be affected
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10/30/2011 3 Hydatid cyst What is the composition of the laminated layer of Echinococcus cysts? Are there differences in the laminated layer of hydatid cysts and alveolar cysts?
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10/30/2011 4 Composition of laminated layer of Echinococcus cysts LL composed of meshwork formed by highly o glycosylated glycoproteins of the mucin type LL of E. granulosus contains additional components – nanodeposits of calcium myo inositol hexakisphosphate? O link to peptide Terms used to describe immune response Immune evasion article states this often stated as the result of parasite stimulation of host regulatory responses Immune suppressive responses – parasites cause immune responses to become depressed Immune regulation
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10/30/2011 5 What is known about the immune response to
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ZOO 4232 taught by Professor Kima during the Fall '10 term at University of Florida.

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