Paper chromatographic studies of amino acids in Cestode parasites

Gholap AB Wankhede HJ      

Abstract

An experiment conducted at Department of Zoology PVP, College, Pravaranagar Biochemistry or biological chemistry is a study of chemical processes occurring into body of living organisms. One of the characteristics of Cestode physiology is a high rate of protein synthesis. The ability of cestodes to synthesize large amountsof protein is manifested by their high rate of egg production, which begins with maturation, and by the formation of proglottides, which is more or less continuous throughout the life of apolytic species. Although the ability to synthesize large amounts of protein has been known for quite some time, it is only recently that there have been investigations of the intermediary protein metabolism of these animals. The paper chromatographic intensity of ninhydrin positive spots along with the results Rf value of Amino acids, out of 20 can detect 8 different type of amino acid are found in Cestode parasites they are Arginine, Glycine, Proline, Tyrosine, Valine, Histidine, Isoleucine, Serine, which are use for biochemical Studies.


MS Received Date:   2017-01-12  MS Accepted Date:  2017-03-10  MS Published Date:  2017-03-18
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Gholap AB, Wankhede HJ. "Paper chromatographic studies of amino acids in Cestode parasites" Journal of Zoology Studies 4.1 (2017): 17-20.
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