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Isolation and antigenicity of concanavalin A binding outer surface glycoconjugates of Toxocara canis larvae



Isolation and antigenicity of concanavalin A binding outer surface glycoconjugates of Toxocara canis larvae



Japanese Journal of Parasitology 33(5): 483-486



SDS-PAGE revealed that T. canis larvae had glycoconjugates, which consisted of at least 2 glycoprotein components, on their outer surface binding with Con A, one of which (molecular weight 80 000) was antigenic.

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