2005
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-69842005000400020
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Reappraisal of experimental infections with cercariae and schistosomula of a brazilian strain of Schistosoma mansoni in mice

Abstract: The present investigation involves a reevaluation of previous results obtained after experimental infection of Swiss Webster mice with cercariae and schistosomula of the Schistosoma mansoni LE strain maintained under laboratory conditions. Three experimental groups of mice were considered: the animals of the first group were percutaneously (ring method) infected with cercariae, those of the second were subcutaneously inoculated with cercariae and the mice of the third were inoculated by the same route with sch… Show more

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“…Each group contained 5 animals and each animal was infected with 100 3-day-old schistosomula (Groups 1-3). The quantity of schistosomula and cercariae per animal was determined according to the study by Vilar and collaborators 30 . The infection of the groups was subcutaneous, however, in groups 1 and 2, represented by SmHP1 and dsmCherry, respectively, the schistosomula were previously incubated in culture for 3 days with dsRNA.…”
Section: In Vivo Studiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Each group contained 5 animals and each animal was infected with 100 3-day-old schistosomula (Groups 1-3). The quantity of schistosomula and cercariae per animal was determined according to the study by Vilar and collaborators 30 . The infection of the groups was subcutaneous, however, in groups 1 and 2, represented by SmHP1 and dsmCherry, respectively, the schistosomula were previously incubated in culture for 3 days with dsRNA.…”
Section: In Vivo Studiesmentioning
confidence: 99%