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Host-parasite relationships: an approach by studying the electrophoretic behaviour of proteins of the tissues of host and parasite



Host-parasite relationships: an approach by studying the electrophoretic behaviour of proteins of the tissues of host and parasite



Indian Journal of Parasitology 3: 48



Proteins were examined in host and parasite in Ophicephalus infected with clinostomatid metacercariae.

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