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Susceptibility and reactivity of sheep to Trichinella spiralis infection



Susceptibility and reactivity of sheep to Trichinella spiralis infection



Veterinarni Medicina 41(8): 233-240



Five 4-month-old lambs (atypical hosts) were given 7000 T. spiralis larvae orally; 20 mice given 150 larvae served as controls. The sheep produced Trichinella antibodies as early as day 11 (titre 1:200) with a maximum (1:800) on day 35 after infection. During the 247-day observation period the highest larval counts were in the masseter muscle, diaphragm and tongue of the sheep.

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