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A technique for the perfusion of laboratory animals for the recovery of schistosomes.
The search for and the recovery of schistosomes from laboratory animals presents a problem if the total number of worms in the animal must be ascertained, or if comparative figures must be compiledExpand
Development of Schistosoma mansoni in the peritoneal cavity of mice.
Studies on the life history and development of Macracanthorhynchus ingens Meyer, 1933, with a redescription of the adult worm.
  • D. V. Moore
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 August 1946
This worm was first described by von Linstow (1879) as Echinorhynchus ingens. Travassos (1917) placed it in the genus Prosthenorchis. Meyer (1933) removed it from Prosthenorchis and included it inExpand
Post-cercarial development of Schistosoma mansoni in the rabbit and hamster after intraperitoneal and percutaneous infection.
It is agreed by most authorities (Miyagawa and Takemoto 1921, Faust and Meleney 1924, Faust, Jones and Hoffman 1934) that the normal route of migration of the schistosomes of man which gain access toExpand
Scanning and transmission electronmicroscopy of Schistosoma mansoni eggs, cercariae, and adults.
Abstract Cercariae and adult males and females of Schistosoma mansoni were studied by scanning electronmicroscopy, and the eggs of this species were studied by this technique as well as byExpand
Observations on immunity to superinfection with Schistosoma mansoni and S. haematobium in monkeys.
Abstract 1. 1. One monkey infected with Schistosoma mansoni ceased to pass eggs after several months, and thereafter failed to pass eggs following four re-exposures to cercariae of S. mansoni. AtExpand
Effect of respiratory inhibition on Schistosoma mansoni.
Experimental infection of Bulinus truncatus with Schistosoma haematobium.
establishment of the complete life cycle of the parasite under laboratory conditions. An active breeding colony of the suitable snail host must be established to provide a reliable source of snailsExpand
Studies on the life history and development of Moniliformis dubius Meyer, 1933.
  • D. V. Moore
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 June 1946
Grassi and Calandruccio (1888) reported the occurrence of Echinorhynchus moniliformis (Moniliformis moniliformis) in the small intestine of Mus decumanus and Myoxus quercinus in Sicily. They foundExpand