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The relationship of erythrocyte age and parasitization with Plasmodium gallinaceum in chickens



The relationship of erythrocyte age and parasitization with Plasmodium gallinaceum in chickens



Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 38(4): 391-397



Erythrocyte survival in normal chickens or chickens infected with P. gallinaceum was studied by random and cohort labelling methods. In chickens infected on the day following labelling, destruction of labelled erythrocytes occurred at a rate greater than that attributable to ageing, whereas chickens infected 12, 18 or 21 days after labelling showed only destruction attributable to senescence.

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