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Susceptibility of mammalian hosts to larvae of Gnathostoma doloresi Tubangui 1925


, : Susceptibility of mammalian hosts to larvae of Gnathostoma doloresi Tubangui 1925. Journal of Parasitology 67(6): 965-966

Gnathostoma doloresi larvae isolated from snakes (Trimeresurus flavoviridis flavoviridis) in Japan were fed to a monkey (Macaca mulatta), a dog and cat (each received 20 larvae and was killed after 90 days) and to 2 guinea-pigs, 3 rats and 2 fowl (each received 10 larvae and was killed after 60 days). Larvae were recovered from the muscles of the monkey (which had 5 larvae), the dog (8), one rat (4) and 2 guinea-pigs (6).

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PMID: 7328472

DOI: 10.2307/3280731


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