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Pinworms are an insidious and common threat to research utilizing laboratory mice and rats. This pest can adversely affect the reproducibility and reliability of research findings. Moreover, the parasitic load and adverse effects caused by pinworms can be even more pronounced in immunodeficient animals.
Our new white paper identifies the common strains of pinworms and details new methods for helping detect and eliminate these harmful parasites.
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- Adverse effects pinworms can have on study results
- Best practices for screening existing colonies
- Proven treatments for animals with active pinworm infections
- How commercial vendors can help quarantine, screen for pinworms and supply new animals as needed