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Brugia malayi in Indian leaf monkey (Presbytis entellus) - response to repeated exposures of infective larvae


Brugia malayi in Indian leaf monkey (Presbytis entellus) - response to repeated exposures of infective larvae



Current Science 70(2): 164-167



ISSN/ISBN: 0011-3891

Five Indian leaf monkeys (Presbytis entellus) were inoculated sc with Brugia malayi L3 obtained from the insect vector (Aedes aegypti). Two monkeys were exposed to a total of 1000 L3 (500 on day 1 and day 330, or 4 doses of 125 fortnightly, and 500 on day 330); two monkeys were exposed to a total of 900 L3 (500 on day 1, and 4 doses of 100 between days 240 and 315); one monkey was exposed to a total of 700 L3 (4 doses of 125 fortnightly, and 100 on days 330 and 390).

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