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Long-term conservation ofMuellerius capillaris (Nematoda, Protostrongylidae) first-stage larvae: cryopreservation versus storage at −20°C

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Cabaret, J. Long-term conservation ofMuellerius capillaris (Nematoda, Protostrongylidae) first-stage larvae: cryopreservation versus storage at −20°C. Parasitol Res 78, 451–452 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00931704

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