Accumulation Of 2-μm Latex Particles In Mouse Peyer's Patches During Chronic Latex Feeding
M. Lefevre, J. Vanderhoff, J. Laissue, D. Joel
Published 2005 · Medicine, Biology
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2-μm latex particles accumulated in macrophages in intestinal Peyer's patches of mice given latex suspensions as drinking fluid for 2 months. The number of particles accumulating was a direct (but nonlinear) function of the number ingested. Some of the latex particles were still present in Peyer's patches 6 weeks after the cessation of latex feeding.
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