Why don't you just run an electrophoresis of the whole oocysts or
the oocyst walls after excystation and see what happens to the
migration of the oocysts or the oocyst shells?
mat bernhardt (mbernhar at facstaff.wisc.edu) wrote:
: does anyone know whether the oocyst walls of crypto possess any electrical
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