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Experimental Infection of Culex fatigans Wiedmann ( from Foochow, Fukien Province with Wuchereria bancrofti Cobbold



Experimental Infection of Culex fatigans Wiedmann ( from Foochow, Fukien Province with Wuchereria bancrofti Cobbold



Lingnan Science Journal 14(1): 87-92



Females reared in Shanghai from larvae and pupae of Culex fatigans, Wied., collected during March 1934 at Foochow, where filariasis occurs, were allowed to feed for an hour at 9 p.m. on a patient with numerous microfilariae of Filaria (Wuchereria) bancrofti in his blood. The engorged individuals were subsequently isolated in screened lamp chimneys with pads of moist cellu-cotton and soaked raisins and kept for a period long enough to allow infective forms of the parasite to mature.

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