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Host-parasite relationships in trichiniasis. 1. Infectivity of various strains of Trichinella spiralis in rats



Host-parasite relationships in trichiniasis. 1. Infectivity of various strains of Trichinella spiralis in rats



Pakistan Journal of Zoology 8(2): 183-189



The relative infectivity of Old, Indian, Kenyan, Senegal, Alaskan and NWT (North West Territory) strains of Trichinella spiralis were studied in rats. With infecting doses of 20 and 40 larvae/g body-weight it was shown that the Indian strain (isolated from a wild cat, Viverricula indica bengalensis in Calcutta) did not differ from the classical Old strain (originally isolated from a naturally infected pig in Canada and maintained in rats for about 11 years).

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