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Experimental cutaneous leishmaniasis by Leishmania amazonensis: course of fast-growth infection in the mouse ear



Experimental cutaneous leishmaniasis by Leishmania amazonensis: course of fast-growth infection in the mouse ear



Parasitology Research 76(8): 729-730



Infective promastigotes of Leishmania amazonensis were injected into a footpad, or the base of the tail, or an ear pinna of individual BALB/cJTor mice. Lesions in the ear took a shorter time to develop than those at the other 2 sites (for example, 8 days in the ear with an inoculum of 105 promastigotes compared with 28 and 32 days for lesions in the footpad and tail base, respectively).

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