Apr 30, 1976

Biochemical and histochemical studies on non-specific phosphomonoesterases of swine kidney worm Stephanurus dentatus (Diesing, 1839)

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R K SharmaP K Sharma

Abstract

Biochemical and histochemical studies have been made on non-specific acid and alkaline phosphomonoesterases of S. dentatus. The two forms of acid phosphomonoesterases have been found active at pH 4.0 and 6.0. The pH optima for the two forms of aklaline phosphomonoesterases lie at 8.0 and 10.0. Studies on the distribution of acid and alkaline phosphomonoesterases in various tissues have revealed an abundance of acid phosphomonoesterase in various parts of the alimentary canal and various organs of the reproductive system. The excretory ducts show alkaline phosphomonoesterase activity only.

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Acid Phosphatase
Phosphoric Monoester Hydrolases
Lucifuga dentata
Alkaline Phosphatase
Organ
Genital System
Strombus dentatus
Alkaline Phosphatase Activity
Stephanurus dentatus
Reproductive System

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