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Bioenergetics in a parasitic nematode,Steinernema carpocapsae, monitored in vivo by flow NMR spectroscopy

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Thompson, S.N., Platzer, E.G. & Lee, R.W.-. Bioenergetics in a parasitic nematode,Steinernema carpocapsae, monitored in vivo by flow NMR spectroscopy. Parasitol Res 77, 86–90 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00934392

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  • Parasitic Nematode