Physiochemical 'Fingerprint' of Parasitic 'American Murderer' Uncovered

News   Dec 08, 2017 | Original Story from the University of Nottingham.

 
Physiochemical 'Fingerprint' of Parasitic 'American Murderer' Uncovered

Researchers interrogate the worm surface and its sheath in unprecedented detail using Atomic Force Microscopy and Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry. Credit: The University of Nottingham.

 
 
 

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