BALB / C against immune response in secondary vesicular cyst disease (In. Vivo) The study concluded that secondary cysts were reduced in treated mice, stimulating the natural and cellular immune response of high rates of phagocyte modulus and delayed hypersensitivity. The researcher recommended conducting future studies of the use of bacteria as an immunomodulatory aid to reduce other parasitic diseases, as well as emphasizing their use as an adjunct to drugs such as (Mebendazol).
A thesis at the University of Kirkuk discusses the use of a bacterium as an immunostimulator for cyst disease
A thesis at the Faculty of Science at the University of Kirkuk discussed a study on the use of bacteria (Lactobacillvs rhamnosvs GG) as an immunosuppressive against secondary cyst disease in Swiss mice (BALB / C) of the student Tasneem Younis Taraki.