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Experimental study on cellulose acetate diffusion method for the identification of mosquito blood meals



Experimental study on cellulose acetate diffusion method for the identification of mosquito blood meals



Journal of Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases 2(4): 257-259



In studies in China, the cellulose acetate test was found to be superior to the precipitin test for the identification of anopheline mosquito blood-meals.

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