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Effect of larval trematode infection on imp catabolism in the freshwater pulmonate snail lymnaea luteola



Effect of larval trematode infection on imp catabolism in the freshwater pulmonate snail lymnaea luteola



Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 56(1): 25-30



Enzymes involed in purine nucleotide catabolism are studied in the major tissues of the uninfected and infected snails. All the catalytic enzymes lead to the formation of hypoxanthine and xanthine, but not uric acid. Their activity ratios reveal that inosine conservation takes place in digestive gland on infection. This contrasting behavior of digestive gland probably suggests the need for this nucleoside felt by the developing parasites.

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