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Studies on sporozoite-induced infections of rodent malaria. II. Anopheles stephensi as an experimental vector of Plasmodium berghei



Studies on sporozoite-induced infections of rodent malaria. II. Anopheles stephensi as an experimental vector of Plasmodium berghei



American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 14(6): 927-930



In the first paper, the results are given of observations on the prepatent stage of Plasmodium berghei in laboratory animals infected by the biting of Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say or A. stephensi List. Inoculation of sporozoites from experimentally infected mosquitos showed A. stephensi to be the more suitable vector. A laboratory investigation of the merits of A. stephensi as an experimental vector of P. berghei is described in the second paper.

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