Catalase in insect trypanosomatids.

@article{Wertlieb1963CatalaseII,
  title={Catalase in insect trypanosomatids.},
  author={D. Wertlieb and H. N. Guttman},
  journal={The Journal of protozoology},
  year={1963},
  volume={10},
  pages={
          109-12
        }
}
SYNOPSIS. Seven monoxenous Trypanosomatidae, Crithidia fasciculata (Anopheles strain), C. fasciculata (Culex pipiens, Wallace), C. fasciculata (Culex pipiens, Noller), C. luciliae, C. sp. from Euryophthalmus, “Strigomonas” oncopelti and Blastocrithidia culicis all are catalase-positive. S. oncopelti is only catalase-positive when grown in hemin-media. When grown at elevated temperature, C. fasciculata (Anopheles), C. luciliae and S. oncopelti have greater and C. fasciculata (Culex pipiens… Expand
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