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Experimental host transfer of Sarcoptes scabiei



Experimental host transfer of Sarcoptes scabiei



Journal of Veterinary Parasitology 1(1 & 2): 47-52



Experimental transmission of dog-adapted S. scabiei to dogs was successful and produced persistent mange of a severe nature. It was both clinically and histopathologically similar to that of natural infestation. Experimental transmission of dog-adapted S. scabiei to goats and cattle (calves) resulted in only temporary infestation, which disappeared within 17-40 days, depending upon the host species involved.

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