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Experimental investigations on the action of rickettsia pathogenic to invertebrates on vertebrates: study on the nasal and buccal infection of the mouse with Rickettsiella grylli



Experimental investigations on the action of rickettsia pathogenic to invertebrates on vertebrates: study on the nasal and buccal infection of the mouse with Rickettsiella grylli



Entomophaga 29(4): 399-407



Neither long-term nor short-term pathological effects resulted when mice were infected per os with Rickettsiella grylli, which is pathogenic for certain Orthoptera. When the mice were infected through the nose, the rickttsiae remained in the lungs. At heavy dosages, the lungs became hepatized and chronic bronchopneumopathy eventually developed in about 50% of the mice.

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