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Genetic haplotypes of Th-2 immune signalling link allergy to enhanced protection to parasitic worms

IgG4 and IgE Responses to Schistosoma mansoni Adult Worms after Treatment

182 OXENSTIERNA in Worms to ELIZABETH [in The Hague] 28 February 1635

Polarity and cell division orientation in the cleavage embryo: from worm to human

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A Transcriptomic Approach to Ribbon Worm Systematics (Nemertea): Resolving the Pilidiophora Problem

Hypokalemic Paralysis Following Severe Vomiting in a Child with Intestinal Obstruction Due to Round Worms

An epilogue to Svensson: the same old new public and the worms that didn't turn

Protein Metabolism in Larvae of the Cotton Leaf-Worm Spodoptera littoralis (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and Its Response to Three Mycotoxins

Increased Interleukin-4 and Interleukin-5 Production in Response to Schistosoma haematobium Adult Worm Antigens Correlates with Lack of Reinfection after Treatment

Human Schistosoma haematobium Antifecundity Immunity Is Dependent on Transmission Intensity and Associated With Immunoglobulin G1 to Worm-Derived Antigens

Intensity of Intestinal Infection with Multiple Worm Species Is Related to Regulatory Cytokine Output and Immune Hyporesponsiveness

Electron microscopic observations of the stichosome during the normal development of Trichinella spiralis from muscle larvae to adult worms in BALB/c mice


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The operation of passing a small rope spirally between the lays of a hemp cable, or to pass codline between the lays of a rope, as a preparation for parcelling and serving. In the days before synthetic rope, rope was wormed, parcelled, and served to protect it against the wet, which was liable to rot it.

See also contline.

See also contline.

Subjects: Maritime History.

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