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Electrophoretic Observations On the Protein Composition of Free-Living and Plant-Parasitic Nematodes, With a Special Reference To Some Components Showing a Digestive Activity

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The soluble protein content of Pallagrellus silusiae, Aphelenchoides fragariae and three rhabditid species was investigated by means of agar electrophoresis. The highly reproduceable patterns of all species were entirely different in number, concentration and mobility of the fractions and seem to be specific. Deviation from the fresh homogenate pattern caused by different ways of preservation of the extract is discussed. Among the fifteen components that were observed in the Panagrellus pherogram, two were characterized as glycoproteins and one as a lipoprotein. While proteases of all species showed different mobilities, amylases were similar; the taxonomic usefulness of proteins with enzymatic activity is discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratorium voor Dierkunde-Systematiek, Rijksuniversiteit Gent, Belgium


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