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Fate of adult Dipetalonema viteae transferred intraperitoneally to jirds



Fate of adult Dipetalonema viteae transferred intraperitoneally to jirds



Journal of Parasitology 60(6): 1061-1062



Adult Dipetalonema viteae (either 5 males and 10 females or 10 males and 20 females) were implanted into the peritoneal cavities of recipient jirds within 30 min of their collection from donor jirds. Peritoneal washings and blood samples were collected at regular intervals beginning 10 days after implantation, and on days 80 and 105 respectively, autopsies were performed in both groups of jirds.

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PMID: 4474383

DOI: 10.2307/3278561


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