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Biological Series. II. The Therapeutic Action of N-Phenylglycineamide-p-Arsonic Acid in Experimental Trypanosomiasis of Mice, Rats, and Guinea Pigs


Biological Series. II. The Therapeutic Action of N-Phenylglycineamide-p-Arsonic Acid in Experimental Trypanosomiasis of Mice, Rats, and Guinea Pigs



Jl. Exper. Med 30(5): 437-453



In their work upon the action of the drug upon trypanosome infections the authors used strains of T. brucei, gambiense, equinum, equiperdum, and evansi. As is well known, trypanosomiasis as it occurs in mice and rats is chiefly characterized by the constant and progressively increasing number of trypanosomes in the peripheral blood stream, usually by the lack of any clinical manifestations, and by the relatively early death of the infected animal.

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