The ultrastructure of the chromatoid bodies in Entamoeba invadens
Entamoeba invadens is a parasite living in the intestine of reptiles. The cyst and the trophozoite contain rod- or bar-shaped inclusions which are up to 10 μ long. They are also found in other Entamoebae and are often called chromatoid bodies.
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