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Experimental models of cutaneous leishmaniasis in laboratory animals

Experimental models of cutaneous leishmaniasis in laboratory animals

Parazitologiia 20(2): 120-125

A survey of literature on modelling cutaneous leishmaniasis of man (common and metastatic) on some lines of mice, guinea pigs, golden hamsters infected with different species of Leishmania is given. Merits and demerits of each described model are pointed out.

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