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Studies on the Susceptibility of Shanghai Mosquitoes to experimental Infection with Microfilaria malayi Brug. VII. Culex fuscanus Wiedemann



Studies on the Susceptibility of Shanghai Mosquitoes to experimental Infection with Microfilaria malayi Brug. VII. Culex fuscanus Wiedemann



Chin. med. J, Washington, D.C. 62(3): 255-259



Records are given of experiments, similar to others already noticed, carried out in 1939 and 1940 on the susceptibility of Culex fuscanus, Wied., to infection with Filaria (Microfilaria) malayi. Females reared from larvae collected near Shanghai were fed there on two infected persons from Chekiang Province. Of 64 fed on a case showing high micro-filarial counts, two were later found to contain one mature filarial larva each, 14 contained dead encapsulated immature larvae, and 49 were negative.

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