Young adults of three strains of the mosquito, Aedes aegypti, were compared serologically by means of the double-immunodiffusion technique. 1. 1. Strains and sexes were serologically distinguishable. 2. 2. Differences in antigenic composition were evident among the strains and sexes. 3. 3. Degree of intraspecific serological relationship varied with sex. © 1978.
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