Fascioliasis: does the worm induce collagen deposition through the release of proline?
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Fascioliasis: does the worm induce collagen deposition through the release of proline? a thesis in biology by Mary L Wolf-Spengler

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fascioliasis,
  • Bile ducts,
  • Rats as laboratory animals

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StatementMary L. Wolf-Spengler.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 32 leaves :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22810700M

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Digestive juices from the stomach (pepsin and hydrochloric acid) dissolve the capsule-like cyst and release the larvae which pass into the small intestine, where they invade the columnar epithelium. Shortly thereafter, the larvae molt four times, (10 through 28 H post-oral ingestion, poi), mature to adults that mate ( H poi; Figure 2. Caenorhabditis elegans is a saprophytic nematode species that has often been described as inhabiting soil and leaf-litter environments in many parts of the world (); recent reports indicate that it is often carried by terrestrial gastropods and other small organisms in the soil habitat (Caswell-Chen et al., ; Kiontke and Sudhaus, ).Although scientific reports on the species have.   The collagen deposition in normal wound healing reaches a peak by the third week after the wound is created. Contraction of the wound is an ongoing process resulting in part from the proliferation of the specialized fibroblasts termed myofibroblasts, . The triple-helical collagen region provides significant rigidity and stability to the molecule (Colley and Baenziger ).Another structural feature of the collagen-like domain of collectins is that it can be O-glycosylated (Colley and Baenziger ).Both MBL and SP-A show an interruption of the Gly-X-Y triplet repeats, which introduces a bend in the otherwise straight triple helix.