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Figure 2: Significantly decreased parasitic load in visceral organs of cytokine(s)-treated group of mice: Parasitic load in visceral organs: (a) Liver, (b) spleen, and (c) bone marrow; Parasite burden (number of amastigotes/1000 cell nuclei) in the groups of mice treated with recombinant cytokines (M3, M4, and M5) at day 45 postchallenge (M2: mean of infected was used to evaluate percentage inhibition of parasitic load in visceral organs, due to lack of parasitic infection in M1: negative controls group: infection was not observed). Each bar represents the pooled data (mean and standard deviation value) of five replicates

Figure 2: Significantly decreased parasitic load in visceral organs of cytokine(s)-treated group of mice: Parasitic load in visceral organs: (a) Liver, (b) spleen, and (c) bone marrow; Parasite burden (number of amastigotes/1000 cell nuclei) in the groups of mice treated with recombinant cytokines (M3, M4, and M5) at day 45 postchallenge (M2: mean of infected was used to evaluate percentage inhibition of parasitic load in visceral organs, due to lack of parasitic infection in M1: negative controls group: infection was not observed). Each bar represents the pooled data (mean and standard deviation value) of five replicates