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Experimental studies on the pattern of development of Boophilus microplus larval ticks on cattle immunized with homologous tick tissue antigen



Experimental studies on the pattern of development of Boophilus microplus larval ticks on cattle immunized with homologous tick tissue antigen



Rivista di Parassitologia 1989; 4 (48)(2): 201-206



Preliminary studies on the pattern of development of B. microplus larvae on immunized cattle revealed that following injections of whole-tick-tissue extract (antigen) a series of inflammatory reactions occurred at the site of inoculation (swelling, redness, painful sensation and significant increase in the thickness of the skin).

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