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Identification of two alleles in the GRA4 locus of Toxoplasma gondii determining a differential epitope which allows discrimination of type I versus type II and III strains


Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 81(2): 259-263
Identification of two alleles in the GRA4 locus of Toxoplasma gondii determining a differential epitope which allows discrimination of type I versus type II and III strains


Accession: 002863958

PMID: 8898342



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