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A series of studies on cerebrospinal filariasis of horses and goats were carried out in China, from 1962-1985. The causative agent was found to be Setaria digitata, which normally inhabits the peritoneal cavities of cattle. The intermediate hosts were found to be mosquitoes, mainly Anopheles...

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Han, G. C.; Huang, G. Q.; Zhu, Q. W.; Zhang, H. C.
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Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1990, 16, 5, pp 7-9
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Blood meals of females of Culex fatigans [C. quinquefasciatus] (1084 collected from human dwellings, 79 from cowsheds and 109 from pigpens), the local vector of Wuchereria bancrofti, from De Jiang county in north-east Guizhou, and of Anopheles sinensis and A. lesteri (71 and 215 from human...

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Wang, S. H.; Zheng, H. J.
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Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1989, 20, 2, pp 175-177
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In an area of Hubei province, central China, where B. malayi is transmitted by A. sinensis, 3 villages were followed for 4 years (in studies conducted in 1983-89) without any control measures. Diethylcarbamazine (DEC) had been used in a control programme, reducing the parasite rate in Shuiwa from...

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Zhang, S. Q.; Zhang, Q. J.; Cheng, F.; Wang, L.; Pen, G. P.
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Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1991, 94, 4, pp 245-250
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This paper records 10 years of observations (1971-80) on the bionomics of Anopheles sinensis in Henan Province, a large area of China (167 000 km2) north-west of Shanghai, where the climate varies from subtropical to temperate. An. sinensis, the malaria and filariasis vector, is widely distributed...

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Su, S. Z.; Zhang, Y. H.; Qu, M. Q.; Shi, D. Y.; You, X. C.; Song, J. D.
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Chinese Medical Journal, 1983, 96, 9, pp 701-708

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