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Presence of a phosphorylase in A. lumbricoides


, : Presence of a phosphorylase in A. lumbricoides. C. R. Acad. Sci, Paris., 237: 99-101

The presence of a phosphorylase was demonstrable in the organs of A. lumbricoides var. suis.

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