Histological and immunohistochemical effects of the ink fluid of the sea hare Aplysia dactylomela on splenic macrophages of mice
Sea hares, _Aplysia dactylomela_, are soft bodied Opisthobranch mollusks which inhabit the shallow water of the Red sea. They release purple and sticky ink secretion towards the attacker to defend themselves. Sea hares caused many cases of human toxicity especially in people of some Asian countries who used to feed on it as in Japan, China, Philippines and Fiji. The ... إقراء المزيد