A major change in surface antigens during the maturation of newborn larvae of Trichinella spiralis.


Newborn larvae of Trichinella spiralis were collected for 30 min from female worms in culture, incubated in vitro for various times up to 18 h, and surface-labelled with iodine. The detergent-solubilised products were examined by SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. At time periods up to 6 h these larvae expressed only one Mr 64 000 iodine-labelled… (More)


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