1921
Volume 22, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

was inoculated into various primates and the following species became infected: splenectomized (Asian); intact C. and (American); and splenectomized and (African). The infections were all light and most of them were transient, but those in C. and lasted up to 78 days. Two chimpanzees one of them splenectomized, resisted infection. also was inoculated into many of the above animals. Infections were produced in intact and in splenectomized and The infections were subpatent and were demonstrated only by subinoculation into mice. Apparently these two parasites are less restricted in their range of possible hosts than was previously believed.

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1973-03-01
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