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Table 1 Overview of analysed A. caninu m larval populations

From: Larval migration in PERL chambers as an in vitro model for percutaneous infection stimulates feeding in the canine hookworm Ancylostoma caninum

Abbreviation Population Treatment
iL3 infective larvae none; collected from coproculture
pmL3 +CO2 in presence of CO2 percutaneously migrated larvae migration within the PERL chamber system; incubation at 37°C in presence of 5% CO2
pmL3 -CO2 percutaneously migrated larvae migration within the PERL chamber system; incubation at 37°C without additional CO2
ssL3 +CO2 serum-stimulated larvae incubation at 37°C in presence of 10% serum and 5% CO2
ssL3 -CO2 serum-stimulated larvae without CO2 incubation at 37°C in presence of 10% serum but without additional CO2
ssL3nc +CO2 negative control for serum-stimulated larvae incubation at 37°C without serum but in presence of 5% CO2
ssL3nc -CO2 negative control incubation at 37°C without serum and without additional CO2