immunestimulation of fish intestine.

¾¾¾¾¾¾¾ mblgj at bio.uib.no
Fri Jun 16 15:04:12 EST 1995


"Kjetil Fyrand" <mblgj at bio.uib.no> wrote:
>I am a student at the uniiversity of Bergen (Norway), and are for the 
>moment trying to immunstimulate the intestine of salmon using human    
>Ig G. I have given the fish 1ml each with a consentration of 16.5 mg/ml.
>I have used immunehistochemistry to detect any stimulation, but it 
>doesn`t look like the fish has responded (I have taken samples once a 
>week for five weeks). Other scientists have got stimulation after 3 
>weeks, but they have used bacteria as an immunstimulant. Does somone 
>know if a possible cause for this could be that the Ig G is being 
>digested to quickly to create a respons????.
>If some one could help I would be very happy.
>
>                                           Kjetil Fyrand 
>
>

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Subject: immunestimulation of fish intestine.
Date: 16 Jun 1995 19:59:55 GMT
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I am a student at the uniiversity of Bergen (Norway), and are for the 
moment trying to immunstimulate the intestine of salmon using human    
Ig G. I have given the fish 1ml each with a consentration of 16.5 mg/ml.
I have used immunehistochemistry to detect any stimulation, but it 
doesn`t look like the fish has responded (I have taken samples once a 
week for five weeks). Other scientists have got stimulation after 3 
weeks, but they have used bacteria as an immunstimulant. Does somone 
know if a possible cause for this could be that the Ig G is being 
digested to quickly to create a respons????.
If some one could help I would be very happy.

                                           Kjetil Fyrand 




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