Parasitology Research

, Volume 97, Issue 3, pp 258–258

Dendritic cell expansion occurs in mesenteric lymph nodes of B10.BR mice infected with the murine nematode parasite Trichuris muris

Erratum

Parasitol Res (2005) DOI 10.1007/s00436-005-1427-2

Unfortunately, Table 1 was published with errors. The correct Table 1 is given here.
Table 1

Kinetics of CD11c+ B220 cells in MLNs of Trichuris muris-infected B10.BR mice

Days p.i.

Percentage of positive staining cellsa

Total cells isolated (×107)b

CD11c+ B220

CD4+

CD8+

B220+

Uninfected

1.0±0.2c

39.2±1.4

23.4±2.5

32.0±2.9

2.70±0.77

14

0.9±0.2

39.1±2.5

21.6±2.0

35.3±4.9

4.05±0.79*

20

2.0±0.2**

30.7±3.0**

18.0±1.3**

44.3±2.3**

6.40±1.18**

25

1.0±0.3

31.8±3.2***

18.6±2.3*

42.9±4.1***

4.55±0.65**

32

0.9±0.1

36.7±3.3

20.1±2.2

38.6±4.7*

4.76±1.34*

aMLNCs were prepared from the MLNs of uninfected or Trichuris muris-infected B10.BR mice on days 14, 20, 25, and 32 p.i. MLNCs were stained with PE-anti-CD11c and FITC-anti-B220 MoAbs, or PE-anti-CD4 and FITC-anti-CD8 MoAbs. Stained cells were then analyzed using a FACScan

bTotal numbers of mononuclear cells isolated from the MLNs of uninfected and infected mice

cResults represent the mean ± SD for five mice at each time-point and are representative of three independent experiments that gave the similar results

* P < 0.05; ** P < 0.01; *** P < 0.001 compared with uninfected controls

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ParasitologyKitasato University School of MedicineSagamiharaJapan

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