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Rajan,Thiruchandurai V. via parasite%40net.bio.net (by rajan from neuron.uchc.edu)
Wed Aug 13 14:22:47 EST 2008

Sounds like a plan. Let me talk to my study coordinator and get back to
you about possible times. Thanks!

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From: "Donna Beales" <DBeales from LowellGeneral.org>
Subject: [Parasitology] Parasitic Role in IgA
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Can someone provide a simple explanation of the effect of parasitic
infection on IgA?
My understanding is that low-level infection raises IgA levels.
Is this accurate?  And if so, do you have any supporting evidence you
might share?
Many thanks in advance for any assistance you may provide.

Donna Beales, MLIS

Lowell General Hospital

Health Science Library

295 Varnum Ave.

Lowell, MA 01854

Email: dbeales AT lowellgeneral.org

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