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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 6: Comparison of wounds/lesions in BALB/c mice infected with wild strain and transgenic Leishmania major parasites—(a) The lesion(s) were observed within 30 days in the mice infected with the wild-type; (b) No any lesions were seen within 30 days in the BALB/c mice infected with the mutant parasites; (c) One ulcer with a diameter of < 5 mm was developed within 70 days in the mice infected with the mutant parasites; and (d) Many lesions with a diameter > 5 mm were seen within 70 days in the mice infected with the wild-type.

Figure 6: Comparison of wounds/lesions in BALB/c mice infected with wild strain and transgenic <i>Leishmania major</i> parasites—(a) The lesion(s) were observed within 30 days in the mice infected with the wild-type; (b) No any lesions were seen within 30 days in the BALB/c mice infected with the mutant parasites; (c) One ulcer with a diameter of < 5 mm was developed within 70 days in the mice infected with the mutant parasites; and (d) Many lesions with a diameter > 5 mm were seen within 70 days in the mice infected with the wild-type.