Leishmaniasis

Leishmaniasis is a parasitic infection caused by Leishmania species and transmitted though the bite of phlebotomine sand flies. It is considered to be a neglected tropical disease. Leishmaniasis is often categorized as cutaneous (presenting with skin sores, mucocutaneous (presenting with skin and mucosal lesions), and visceral (affecting multiple organs). Find the latest research on leishmaniasis here.

July 30, 2020

Visceral Leishmaniasis and Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis in an Adult Patient

Mikrobiyoloji bülteni
Şükriye Miray Kılınçer BozgülDevrim Bozkurt
July 29, 2020
Open Access

A Cytoskeletal Protein Complex is Essential for Division of Intracellular Amastigotes of Leishmania mexicana

The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Felice D KellyScott M Landfear
August 3, 2020

Mechanisms of PI(4,5)P2 enrichment in HIV-1 viral membranes

Journal of Molecular Biology
Yi WenRobert A Dick
July 30, 2020
Review

Protein glycosylation in Leishmania spp

Molecular Omics
Simon Ngao MuleGiuseppe Palmisano
August 1, 2020

Status of IL-4 and IL-10 driven markers in experimental models of Visceral Leishmaniasis

Parasite Immunology
Srija MoulikMitali Chatterjee
August 1, 2020

Mode of action of a formulation containing hydrazones and saponins against leishmania spp. Role in mitochondria, proteases and reinfection process

International Journal for Parasitology. Drugs and Drug Resistance
Yulieth A Upegui ZapataSara M Robledo
July 28, 2020
Review

Sand Fly Studies Predict Transmission Potential of Drug-resistant Leishmania

Trends in Parasitology
Lieselotte Van BockstalGuy Caljon
August 1, 2020
Open Access

Prevalidation of an ELISA for Detection of a New Clinical Entity: Leishmania donovani -Induced Cutaneous Leishmaniasis

International Journal of Analytical Chemistry
Bhagya DeepachandiYamuna Siriwardana
August 2, 2020

Apoptotic blebs from Leishmania major-infected macrophages as a new approach for cutaneous leishmaniasis vaccination

Microbial Pathogenesis
Roghiyeh FaridniaStela Virgilio

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