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“…With respect to the effect of thyroxine overdosage on resistance to infection, the findings in this study are similar to those previously reported in experiments on mice infected with hemolytic staphylococci (30), tubercle bacilli (31), eggs of Hymenoletyis nana (32), and murine pneumonitis virus (33).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
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“…With respect to the effect of thyroxine overdosage on resistance to infection, the findings in this study are similar to those previously reported in experiments on mice infected with hemolytic staphylococci (30), tubercle bacilli (31), eggs of Hymenoletyis nana (32), and murine pneumonitis virus (33).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
“…Reduced thyroid activity resulted in increased resistance of mice to routine pneumonitis virus (33) and to infestation by Hymenolep~is nana (32). On the Other hand, induced hypothyroidism resulted in reduced resistance of mice to poliomyelitis virus (37), and of rats to infestation with No~oedres rauris (38).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The finding that, in general, fewei worms developed in birds on the thyroid diet is in contrast to the report of Larsh (1947) who reported that mice fed 3 mg of thyroid daily developed more of the tapeworm Hymenolepis than their nontreated controls of the same age.…”
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“…) that thyroprotein in the diet may increase resistance to the effect of coccidial infection as reflected by slightly greater rate of gain following exposure, but these present data are also without statistical significance. Significantly greater oocyst counts in birds with mild hyperthyroidism are of interest in view of the work of Larsh (1947), who reported that addition of thyroid to the diet of mice stimulated development of greater numbers of the tapeworm Hymeriolepis. The possibility of a longer latent period in hyperthyroid hosts should be considered, however, since the present coccidial counts were made 3 weeks after exposure.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning