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Follow up of the <i>in vivo Leishmania major</i> infection.

By Estefania Calvo-Álvarez (296760), Nestor Adrian Guerrero (296761), Raquel Álvarez-Velilla (296763), Christopher Fernández Prada (296764), Jose María Requena (296766), Carmen Punzón (151561), Miguel Ángel Llamas (296769), Francisco J. Arévalo (296771), Luis Rivas (296772), Manuel Fresno (151573), Yolanda Pérez-Pertejo (296773), Rafael Balaña-Fouce (81526) and Rosa M. Reguera (81527)


<p>A) Plot comparing the progression of fluorescence signal (pixel/second/cm<sup>2</sup>/sr) mean ± SEM over the time. (B) Plot comparing the progression of lesion size (mm) mean ± SEM over the time. Key: infective inocula: 10<sup>6</sup> (•), 10<sup>5</sup> (○), 10<sup>4</sup> (▴) metacyclic promastigotes per mouse. Effect of infective inocula on: C) lesion size (mm), D) fluorescence signal (pixel/second/cm<sup>2</sup>/sr), E) parasitic load (LDAU) in the poplyteal lymph node draining the lesion of infected animals. Key: infective inocula: 10<sup>4</sup> (○), 10<sup>5</sup> (•). Data were individually collected at the end of the experiment.</p

Topics: Microbiology, Infectious Diseases, vivo, leishmania
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0001927.g006
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