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Host reactions in uni- and bisexual Angiostrongylus cantonensis infections by surgical transfer



Host reactions in uni- and bisexual Angiostrongylus cantonensis infections by surgical transfer



Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research 29(1/2): 40



Surgical transfer of A. cantonensis into the jugular vein of rats indicated that the pathogenicity of female worms was more severe than that of males, and that egg deposition is an important factor in the host reaction.

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