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Comprehensive analysis of the secreted proteins of the parasite Haemonchus contortus reveals extensive sequence variation and differential immune recognition

The Journal of Biological Chemistry

Feb 11, 2003

A P YatsudaE De Vries

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Haemonchus contortus is a nematode that infects small ruminants. It releases a variety of molecules, designated excretory/secretory products (ESP), into the host. Although the composition of ESP is largely unknown, it is a source of potential vaccine components because ESP are able to i...read more

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Infectious Process
Immune Evasion
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Aspartic Acid Endopeptidases
Caenorhabditis elegans
Ov39 antigen
Ruminants
Vaccines
Cyclophilins
Antigenic Specificity
57
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Comprehensive analysis of the secreted proteins of the parasite Haemonchus contortus reveals extensive sequence variation and differential immune recognition

The Journal of Biological Chemistry

Feb 11, 2003

A P YatsudaE De Vries

PMID: 12576473

DOI: 10.1074/jbc.m212453200

Abstract

Haemonchus contortus is a nematode that infects small ruminants. It releases a variety of molecules, designated excretory/secretory products (ESP), into the host. Although the composition of ESP is largely unknown, it is a source of potential vaccine components because ESP are able to i...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Infectious Process
Immune Evasion
Heteropogon contortus
Aspartic Acid Endopeptidases
Caenorhabditis elegans
Ov39 antigen
Ruminants
Vaccines
Cyclophilins
Antigenic Specificity
57

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