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Blood sucking activities of hookworms. Routes and quantities of blood loss in Ancylostoma caninum, A duodenale and A ceylanicum infections



Blood sucking activities of hookworms. Routes and quantities of blood loss in Ancylostoma caninum, A duodenale and A ceylanicum infections



Chinese Medical Journal 96(4): 281-286



The blood loss from A. caninum, continuously observed on an exposed intestinal loop from an anaesthetized dog for 30-90 min or longer, was 43.1( plus or minus 39.6) and 12.9 mu l/24h for female and male worms respectively. Simultaneously, similar volumes were lost from the lacerations produced by the worm (46.1 plus or minus 39.1 and 15.8 mu l/24h/laceration for female and male worms).

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