Variabilidad en la actividad general de esterasas de la garrapata Boophilus microplus y su relación con la resistencia a organofosforados

@article{Cspedes2005VariabilidadEL,
  title={Variabilidad en la actividad general de esterasas de la garrapata Boophilus microplus y su relaci{\'o}n con la resistencia a organofosforados},
  author={No{\'e} Soberanes C{\'e}spedes and Rodrigo Rosario Cruz and Minerva Santamar{\'i}a Vargas and Zeferino Sotero Garc{\'i}a V{\'a}zquez},
  journal={Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Pecuarias},
  year={2005},
  volume={43},
  pages={239-246}
}
importante senal bioquimica de resistencia a pesticidas. En Boophilus microplus las esterasas han sido asociadas con resistencia a compuestos organofosforados y piretroides. El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar la resistencia a ixodicidas en cinco cepas de B. microplus con diferentes niveles de susceptibilidad, medida por la cuantificacion de la actividad de esterasas y su correlacion con los Indices de resistencia (IR) de las mismas cepas. El analisis toxicologico se llevo a cabo mediante… 
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