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Development of Dipetalonema viteae third-stage larvae (Nematoda: Filarioidea) in micropore chambers implanted into jirds, hamsters, normal and immunized mice



Development of Dipetalonema viteae third-stage larvae (Nematoda: Filarioidea) in micropore chambers implanted into jirds, hamsters, normal and immunized mice



Zeitschrift für Parasitenkunde 61(1): 73-82



Third-stage larvae of Dipetalonema viteae developed to the 4th stage and occasionally into adolescent worms within micropore chambers subcutaneously implanted into jirds, hamsters and mice. The development time within the jird was comparable to that of a natural infection. Mice are not natural hosts of D. viteae but larval development did take place although considerably slower than in jirds. In mice immunized with 3rd-stage larvae there was significant inhibition of larval development.

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