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Recontamination of food after feeding a 32P food source to biting muscidae


, : Recontamination of food after feeding a 32P food source to biting muscidae. Journal of Medical Entomology 13(4-5): 567-571

Frequent interrupted feeding, which is important in the transmission of pathogenic agents from one host to another, is characteristic of Haematobia irritans (L.) and Stomoxys calcitrans (L.) because of the reactions of the host cattle to their painful bites. The radioisotope 32P was used in studies of host contamination by these species in order to determine possible pathways for transmission of pathogens.

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PMID: 845898

DOI: 10.1093/jmedent/13.4-5.567


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