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Differences in the ability of 2 strains of trichinella spiralis to infect albino mice


, : Differences in the ability of 2 strains of trichinella spiralis to infect albino mice. Revista Iberica de Parasitologia 39(1-4): 299-304

The infectivity to albino male mice of 2 strains of T. spiralis was tested. Strain LASO-59-LH was more infective and produced a more uniform infection that strain POLE-74-LH.

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