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Studies on Trichinella spiralis. I. Concerning the time and site of insemination of females of Trichinella spiralis. II. Time of initial recovery of larvae of Trichinella spiralis from blood of experimental animals. III. Effect on the intestinal phase of trichinosis of feeding massive numbers of irradiated trichina larvae. IV. Effect of feeding irradiated Trichinella larvae on production of immunity to re-infection. V. Tests for a strain of trichina larvae resistant to radiation



Studies on Trichinella spiralis. I. Concerning the time and site of insemination of females of Trichinella spiralis. II. Time of initial recovery of larvae of Trichinella spiralis from blood of experimental animals. III. Effect on the intestinal phase of trichinosis of feeding massive numbers of irradiated trichina larvae. IV. Effect of feeding irradiated Trichinella larvae on production of immunity to re-infection. V. Tests for a strain of trichina larvae resistant to radiation



American Journal of Pathology 31(5): 933-963



Part I. Insemination of Trichinella spiralis occurred in the mucosa of the villi in rats; it was first noted 30 hours after feeding "excysted" larvae. Part II. Larvae first appeared in venous or cardiac blood as follows: in the rat and rabbit, 114 hours after feeding; in the dog and monkey, after 120 hours. Part III.

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