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The cell content of peritoneal exudates following the injection of neutral thiol protease into guinea pigs.

The cell content of the peritoneal exudate was examined 4 days after an intraperitoneal injection of glycogen in uninfected and Paragonimus westermani-infected guinea pigs. In uninfected animals a reduction in macrophage count and an accumulation of granulocytes in the exudate were observed at 3 and 6 hr after an intraperitoneal injection of purified neutral thiol protease from P. westermani metacercariae. No such effect occurred after the enzyme was injected into infected animals. At 9 hr after enzyme injection, vacuoles were found in the cytoplasm of macrophages in uninfected animals.[1]

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  1. The cell content of peritoneal exudates following the injection of neutral thiol protease into guinea pigs. Hamajima, F., Yamakami, K., Fukuda, K., Tsuru, S., Fujino, T., Hamajima, H. J. Parasitol. (1991) [Pubmed]
 
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