Ultrastructure of the nucleus of the Iodamoeba butschlii cyst
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
The ultrastructure of the Iodamoeba butschlii cyst from human feces was studied. The glycogen mass appears as a compact dense body in the cytoplasm without any surrounding membrane. The cytoplasm has no mitochondrion. The nucleus shows a distinct nucleolus filled with electron-dense particles. On one side of the nucleolus are electron-dense cytoplasmic masses measuring 200-400 nm. The nuclear membrane is two-layered and shows pores.
Publication ( Name of Journal)
(1998). Ultrastructure of the nucleus of the Iodamoeba butschlii cyst. Parasitology Research, 84(5), 421-424.
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