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Some helminths have by their evolution learnt to systemically invade a host organism, and to select specific organs or host cell types as predilection site to reside, maturate or even proliferate. These parasites needed to develop complex and unique strategies to escape host immune reactions. The present work sheds some light into the strategy developed by three different helminths (Echinococcus multilocularis, Trichinella spiralis and Toxocara canis) to survive in the host organ or host cell,doi:10.1051/parasite/2008153291 pmid:18814697 fatcat:qt2egkm27nfsjlj7ekzcjukwou