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Host-parasite relationship in trichiniasis. 2. Infectivity of various strains of Trichinella spiralis in mice, guinea pigs and two strains of rats



Host-parasite relationship in trichiniasis. 2. Infectivity of various strains of Trichinella spiralis in mice, guinea pigs and two strains of rats



Pakistan Journal of Zoology 8(2): 191-197



A study of the relative infectivity of Old, Indian, Kenyan, Alaskan, Senegal and NWT strains of Trichinella spiralis in mice and guinea-pigs showed that the Indian strain did not differ from the Old strain. Kenyan, Alaskan, Senegal and NWT strains were more infective to mice than rats and more so to the guinea-pigs.

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