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Experimental observations on the biological features and pathogenicity of Thelazia callipaeda parasitizing rabbits



Experimental observations on the biological features and pathogenicity of Thelazia callipaeda parasitizing rabbits



Journal of Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases 3(2): 128-130



Adult T. callipaeda collected from naturally infected dogs and transplanted into the conjunctival sac of laboratory rabbits survived for 23 months after transplantation. Those worms maintained in physiological saline solution at 20 degrees C survived for 58 h, but lost the capacity to infect experimental animals after 48 h preservation. T. callipaeda caused inflammatory reaction within 3 to 48 h after transplantation in the eyes of rabbits.

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