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Metabolic end products of helminths: their degradation and excretion by the host. Biochemical approach to the diagnosis of ascaridiasis and other helminthiases.

@article{Soprunov1981MetabolicEP,
  title={Metabolic end products of helminths: their degradation and excretion by the host. Biochemical approach to the diagnosis of ascaridiasis and other helminthiases.},
  author={F. F. Soprunov and A. A. Lurje and Laynis YaYa and Soprunova NYa and H. H. Alieva},
  journal={Acta tropica},
  year={1981},
  volume={38 4},
  pages={
          449-60
        }
}
Accumulation, degradation and excretion by the host of helminth metabolic end products, such as branched-chain volatile fatty acids are poorly studied although they play an appreciable role in host-parasite interactions and, being detectable in excreta, provide a reliable diagnostic test for at least some helminthiases. The amount and the structure of the end products of intestinal Nematoda metabolism depend on pH, rH, pCO2, and composition of the media. In the human intestine Ascaris excretes… Expand
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