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Cadaverine and its possible role in host-parasite relationships in ascaridiasis



Cadaverine and its possible role in host-parasite relationships in ascaridiasis



Parazitologiya 18(4): 291-295



The activity of lysine decarboxylase in Ascardia galli and in the liver and intestine of chickens was studied with the aim of assessing the formation of cadaverine. In homogenates of nematodes from naturally infected chickens, the activity of lysine decarboxylase was 60 +or- 23 nM/mg protein, peaking at pH 4.4 and 5.6.

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