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Survival and distribution of Echinostoma caproni in the small intestine of ICR mice up to 36 hours after the death of the host



Survival and distribution of Echinostoma caproni in the small intestine of ICR mice up to 36 hours after the death of the host



Journal of Parasitology 86(2): 415-416



Adult Echinostoma caproni were obtained at 2-weeks pi of 21 ICR mice each inoculated with 50 metacercarial cysts. Mice were killed with light ether anaesthetization and cervical dislocation and maintained at room temperature (22+or-1 degrees C) until examination at 0 (controls), 2, 4, 6, 12, 24 and 36 h postmortem.

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Accession: 003574580

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PMID: 10780565

DOI: 10.1645/0022-3395(2000)086[0415:sadoec]2.0.co;2


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