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Quantitative criteria in experimental Dipetalonema viteae infection of Mongolian jirds and development of a laboratory model for screening filaricidal preparations



Quantitative criteria in experimental Dipetalonema viteae infection of Mongolian jirds and development of a laboratory model for screening filaricidal preparations



Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel' mintologii im KI Skryabina (42): 9-13



The life-cycle of D. viteae was studied in experimentally infected Meriones unguiculatus, used as a model for screening for filaricides. The optimal infection dose was 50 larvae/animal. The mean prepatent period was 58 days. The proportion of nematodes having become established in the jirds 70 and 150 days pi was 40.5 and 19.6% respectively. The peak of filaraemia was 85-94 days pi.

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