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Identification and Characterisation of Heat Shock Protein 70 in Thermal Stressed Blastocystis sp

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Blastocystis sp. forms in control and thermal stressed isolates.

Isolates of subtype 1, 3, and 5 were grown at controlled temperature (37°C) and thermal stressed temperature (41°C). (A) Vacuolar form was highly significant in controlled isolates compared to their respective stressed isolates of all the three subtypes. (B) Granular form was highly significant in the thermal stressed isolates of subtype 3 and 5.

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