Comparative susceptibility to anthelmintics of Brugia pahangi in jirds infected by different methods.

Abstract

It is possible to infect jirds with Brugia pahangi by three methods. Infective larvae (L3) can be injected either intraperitoneally (ip), when adults develop in the peritoneal cavity, or sub-cutaneously (sc), when they develop in the lymphatics or the heart and blood vessels associated with the lungs. Alternatively adult worms which have been grown in the… (More)

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