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Susceptibility of Mansonia mosquitoes to subperiodic Brugia malayi and Brugia pahangi


Susceptibility of Mansonia mosquitoes to subperiodic Brugia malayi and Brugia pahangi



Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 17(1): 144-145



ISSN/ISBN: 0125-1562

PMID: 2874613

Three-day-old M. uniformis, Chiang Mai (CHM) and Chumphon (CHP), M. indiana CHM and CHP, and M. annulifera CHP were allowed to feed on cats infected with subperiodic B. malayi or B. pahangi (mf density 5.05-8.85/msuperscript 3). The mosquitoes were dissected 14 days later and examined. B. malayi infective larvae were found in 12 of 14 M. uniformis CHM, 15 of 19 M. uniformis CHP, and none of 17 M. indiana CHM or 18 M. indiana CHP.

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