2011
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352011000200011 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: RESUMOEstudaram-se os efeitos da infecção toxoplásmica sobre a morfometria da parede intestinal, a distribuição de fibras colágenas e a dinâmica de mucinas secretadas no cólon de frangos. Foram utilizados 16 frangos machos de linhagem comercial, com 26 dias de idade. As aves foram distribuídas, aleatoriamente, em três grupos (G). As do G1 não receberam inóculo e se caracterizaram como grupo-controle; nas do G2, foram inoculados cistos teciduais da cepa ME49 de Toxoplasma gondii; e nos G3, oocistos da cepa M774… Show more

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“…In the jejunum of pigs, M7741 (genotype Ⅲ) of the T. gondii caused atrophy of the external muscle layer after 30 d of infection and then hypertrophy 60 d after infection [40] . Hypertrophy of the external muscle layer was also found in the jejunum and ileum of chicken infected with ME-49 tissue cysts of T. gondii and in the jejunum of these same animals when infected with oocysts of the M7741 strain [32,41] . There are no previous studies in the literature assessing the effects of T. gondii infection on the external muscle layer of the intestine in rats.…”
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“…In the jejunum of pigs, M7741 (genotype Ⅲ) of the T. gondii caused atrophy of the external muscle layer after 30 d of infection and then hypertrophy 60 d after infection [40] . Hypertrophy of the external muscle layer was also found in the jejunum and ileum of chicken infected with ME-49 tissue cysts of T. gondii and in the jejunum of these same animals when infected with oocysts of the M7741 strain [32,41] . There are no previous studies in the literature assessing the effects of T. gondii infection on the external muscle layer of the intestine in rats.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Eighty measurements were made for each structure, which were evenly distributed around the intestinal circumference of each mouse (Braga et al 2011). Images were captured under 409 magnification to measure the total wall thickness.…”
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“…We have shown that the infection can compromise the intestinal structure and innervation, even in immunocompetent individuals with no classic clinical signs of toxoplasmosis . We observed local inflammation that was possibly induced by the presence of the parasite in the organ, reflected by the presence of tissue cysts and parasitic DNA . The submucosal plexus and EGCs appear to play a primordial role in the response to infection .…”
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“…[14][15][16][17][18] We observed local inflammation that was possibly induced by the presence of the parasite in the organ, reflected by the presence of tissue cysts and parasitic DNA. [19][20][21] The submucosal plexus and EGCs appear to play a primordial role in the response to infection. 17,22,23 They are able to detect inflammatory stimuli, promote alterations of their phenotype, and modulate the proliferation of other cell types.…”
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