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Experimental Infection of Laboratory Animals and Sheep with Gongylonema pulchrum in Japan
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science
Japanese White rabbits, Wistar rats, ddY mice, Suffolk sheep, and a domestic cat were each orally inoculated with 20-140 third-stage larvae (L3) of Gongylonema pulchrum, isolated from naturally infected dung beetles captured in Aomori Prefecture. Worm recovery rates were 40.0-72.0% in rabbits at 7, 14, and 19 weeks post-infection (PI) and 3.3-25.0% in rats at 19 weeks PI. Those in 2 sheep at 7 weeks PI showed 53.6% and 29.3%. No worms were recovered from the mice and the cat. In the susceptibledoi:10.1292/jvms.65.921 pmid:12951427 fatcat:wg27uk5uujenfcvtmfvuj6bdoy