Strongyloides stercoralis: maintenance of exceedingly chronic infections.


Two hypotheses were tested to identify the mechanism(s) by which chronic Strongyloides stercoralis infections are maintained in experimental dogs as a model to explain delayed onset recrudescence in humans. Investigations tested the hypotheses that chronic infections result from 1) periodic reactivation of third-stage larvae from a reservoir of dormant… (More)


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