Critical role for signal transducer and activator of transcription factor 6 of in mediating intestinal muscle hypercontractility and worm explusion in Trichinella spiralis infected mice
Intestinal nematode infections in rats or mice are accompanied by intestinal muscle hyper contractility that may contribute to parasite expulsion from the gut. Previous studies demonstrated that both the expulsion of nematode parasites and the associated
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