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The role of the formation of urea and the activity of urease ferment in nematodes of various classes of vertebrates in the process of adaptation to the host

, : The role of the formation of urea and the activity of urease ferment in nematodes of various classes of vertebrates in the process of adaptation to the host. Trudy gel'mint Lab, 24: 250-255

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