1999 journal article

Developmental arrest and pregnancy-induced transmammary transmission of Ancylostoma caninum larvae in the murine model


By: P. Arasu n & D. Kwak*

TL;DR: Significant numbers of larvae were not detected in mammary tissue during the periparturient or postpartum lactational periods although about 8% of a dam's reservoir of tissue larvae was transferred to her nursing pups, which suggests that larvae reaching the mammary glands are rapidly transmitted through the milk sinuses, as was documented by histopathological analyses. (via Semantic Scholar)
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