Published in Proteomics Weekly, September 3rd, 2007
"The posterior gills showed always a high number of immunopositive cells (IPC), staining with fluorescent antibody against Na+-K+-ATPase, covering at 5 parts per thousand the entire lamellae. At 25 parts per thousand, they showed fewer IPC which occurred only at the bases of the lamellae. Enzyme activity was consistently higher in posterior...
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