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Experimental Brugia pahangi and B. malayi infections of callitrichid primates



Experimental Brugia pahangi and B. malayi infections of callitrichid primates



Journal of Helminthology 63(2): 84-86



The callitrichid primates, Callithrix jacchus jacchus (the marmoset) and Saguinus labiatus (the tamarin) were inoculated with infective larvae of Brugia malayi and B. pahangi. Microfilaraemia at low levels developed in 3 out of 4 C. j. jacchus infected with B. malayi and living or dead adult worms found in all 4. Only one of 4 C. j. jacchus became microfilaraemic (mf+ve) when given B. pahangi and adults were found in two.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0022149x00008816



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