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Experimental infection of the leaf-monkey, Presbytis cristata, with subperiodic Brugia malayi



Experimental infection of the leaf-monkey, Presbytis cristata, with subperiodic Brugia malayi



Parasitology Research 76(8): 689-691



Presbytis cristata monkeys infected through the inoculation of between 200 and 400 subperiodic Brugia malayi infective larvae (L3) in the right thigh, in both thighs or in the dorsum of the right foot were followed up for varying periods of up to about 8 months after infection. All 148 inoculated animals became patent, with mean prepatent periods being between 66 and 76 days.

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