Behavioral and physiological response to immune challenge in T.s. parietalis Public Deposited

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  • Fever responses to an immune challenge have been studied in endothermic creatures, but studies of the equivalence is lacking in ectotherms. In this study, heterophil counts were shown to be significantly higher in individuals immune challenged with LPS when compared to a control group. This is indicative of an innate immune response even though neither a behaviorally induced fever nor a difference in the red blood cell to white blood cell ratio was not found.
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