Full-Text Search:
Home|Journal Papers|About CNKI|User Service|FAQ|Contact Us|中文
《》 1984-03
Add to Favorite Get Latest Update

The migration and distribution of duodenale hookworm in the tissues of cricetulus

Yin Qingyuan Department of Parasitology, Henan medical College  
30 hamsters (18 females, 12 males) over 6 months were infected bythe 5.5~to 22 days infective hookworm larvae. Each hamster was inocula-ted with 400 infective larvae in the area of the right inguinalis subcutaneus.The hamsters were killed and examined 24 hours to 134 days after infection. The results are as follows: 1. The infective larvae migrated to the lungs 24 hours after infection.A large number of larvae were noticed in the lungs within 1~9 days. After-wards, the larvae in the lung decreased gradually. However, the larvaewere still seen 60 days later.Larvae started to migrate to the small intes-tines 7 days after infection. Larvae could be detected at the inoculatedside, especially in the inoculated area, 1 to 134 days after infection. 2. 30 hamsters were inoculated. In 14 hamsters(47%), the infectivelarvae migrated to the opposite side which was not inoculated. 252 larvaewere detected in 14 hamsters, 229 larvae (90.9%) at the inoculated side,and 23 larvae (9.1%) at the opposite. In other 16 hamsters, 175larvae were detected at the inoculated side, but no larvae were detected atthe opposite side.
Download(CAJ format) Download(PDF format)
CAJViewer7.0 supports all the CNKI file formats; AdobeReader only supports the PDF format.
©2006 Tsinghua Tongfang Knowledge Network Technology Co., Ltd.(Beijing)(TTKN) All rights reserved