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Pancreatic chymotrypsin as the essential enzyme for excystation of Eimeria tenella


Pancreatic chymotrypsin as the essential enzyme for excystation of Eimeria tenella



Journal of Parasitology 61(5): 923-927



ISSN/ISBN: 0022-3395

PMID: 1185437

DOI: 10.2307/3279238

Eimeria tenella sporocysts were pre-incubated in sodium taurocholate at 40 deg C for 20 min and sporozoites were released by treatment with various preparations of pancreatic enzymes. Purified trypsin was much less active than crude trypsin. Purified lipase, unlike crude lipase, had no activity.

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