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In vitro culture of echinococcus granulosus protoscoleces in the cystic direction i. effect of ph



In vitro culture of echinococcus granulosus protoscoleces in the cystic direction i. effect of ph



Revista Iberica de Parasitologia 48(1): 17-24



The effect of pH in the development "in vitro" of Echinococcus granulosus protoscoleces in a cystic direction has been studied. At low pH (6; 6,5) or a high (8,5; 9,0) induced the vesiculization but these pHs was not suitable for the survival of protoscoleces. At a pH of 7,0; 7,5 or 8,0 the protoscoleces developed in a vesicular direction and secreted a laminated layer. Highest percentage of vesiculated protoscoleces and miniature cysts was obtained at pH 8,0.

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