Cholinesterases and eserine-resistant esterases in the developing embryo of Triatoma infestans and its role as targets for inhibition in the ovicide action of parathion

@inproceedings{Villar1980CholinesterasesAE,
  title={Cholinesterases and eserine-resistant esterases in the developing embryo of Triatoma infestans and its role as targets for inhibition in the ovicide action of parathion},
  author={M.I.P. de Villar and E. J. Wood and Eduardo Zerba and S. A. de Licastro and Norma Casab{\'e}},
  year={1980}
}
  • M.I.P. de Villar, E. J. Wood, +2 authors Norma Casabé
  • Published 1980
  • Biology
  • Abstract 1. Activity of eserine-resistant esterases was found during all the embryonic development of Triatoma infestans . 2. The ontogenesis of esterases and cholinesterases was established by disc gel electrophoresis. Bands were classified as corresponding to aryl plus acetylesterases, carboxyesterases, acetylcholinesterases and butyrylcholinesterases according to the specificity to substrate and its inhibition by paraoxon. 3. Biochemical measurement of esterases after treatment of eggs with… CONTINUE READING

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