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Table 2.

Lectin binding patterns of spores in the muscles of olive flounder infected by Kudoa septempunctata.

Lectin Olive flounder
Kudoa septempunctata
Epidermis Endomysium Sarcoplasma (non-infected/infected) Spore Plasmodial membrane
N-acetylglucosamine
 s-WGA + −/− +++ ±
 WGA +++ ++ −/+ ++ ++
 BSL−II −/− +++ ++
 DSL +++ + +/+ ++ +
 LEL +++ ++ −/− ++ ++
 STL +++ + −/− ++ +
Mannose
 ConA +++ + +/++ + +
 LCA ++ ++ −/−
 PSA +++ ++ −/−
Galactose/N-acetylgalactosamine
 RCA120 ++ −/− +++
 BSL-I + −/− +++
 VVA +++ −/− +++ +
 DBA −/− +
 SBA + −/− +++ ++
 SJA −/− ++
 Jacalin +++ + +/+ +++ ++
 PNA +++ −/−
 ECL + +/+ +++ +
 PHA-E +++ ++ +/+ +++ +
 PHA-L +++ −/−
Fucose
 UEA-I +++ −/− ± (weak) ±

Note. −; negative, ±; occasionally weak positive, +; some, but not all, positive, ++; moderately positive, +++; very strong positive.

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