1997
DOI: 10.1590/s0037-86821997000400001
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Abstract: Biomphalaria glabrata de Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brasil, criada no laboratório, apresenta 90% de taxa de infecção com 20 miracídios da cepa LE, autóctone. O período pré-patente normal varia de 5 a 7 semanas enquanto 5 a 10% dos moluscos expostos não eliminam cercárias. Os descendentes de exemplares negativos foram novamente submetidos à infecção individual com 20 miracídios. A média de infecção da F14 a F20 foi de 43,6%. Cortes histológicos de moluscos da F12, F14 e F15 mostraram reações teciduais nos ex… Show more

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“…In susceptible B. glabrata specimens the infection rate was approximately 90.0% using light exposure technique to detect S. mansoni. However, in partially resistant B. glabrata, small sporocysts in ectopic regions 12 were observed as well as a delay on S. mansoni development, with late elimination of the cercariae until seven months after miracidia exposition 4 , similar to B. tenagophila and B. straminea snails.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…In susceptible B. glabrata specimens the infection rate was approximately 90.0% using light exposure technique to detect S. mansoni. However, in partially resistant B. glabrata, small sporocysts in ectopic regions 12 were observed as well as a delay on S. mansoni development, with late elimination of the cercariae until seven months after miracidia exposition 4 , similar to B. tenagophila and B. straminea snails.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 96%