Enzymes on microbial pathogens and Trichomonas vaginalis: molecular mimicry and functional diversity

Cellular Microbiology
John F. AldereteMarlene Benchimol

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Jun 28, 2003·Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta·Jennifer L Mazzola, Michael A Sirover
Mar 18, 2010·Parasitology·Peter W CollingridgeMichael L Ginger
Aug 14, 2002·Cellular Microbiology·Paula Sundstrom
Apr 23, 2005·Infection and Immunity·Ana F GarciaJ F Alderete
May 31, 2013·Sexually Transmitted Infections·Niha PhukanAugusto Simoes-Barbosa
Apr 12, 2005·Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology·De-Maw ChuangVladimir V Senatorov
Mar 8, 2005·BMC Molecular Biology·Ashwini S KucknoorJ F Alderete
Oct 2, 2012·Microbes and Infection·Elisa E Figueroa-AnguloRossana Arroyo
Mar 20, 2009·Tissue & Cell·Marlene Benchimol
Mar 8, 2016·Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine·M K Tolbert, J L Gookin
Oct 27, 2007·Trends in Parasitology·R P HirtP-L Fiori
May 6, 2009·Proteomics·Francisco Javier Fernández-AceroJürgen Schmidt
Oct 28, 2010·Environmental Microbiology·J V F CoumansL Pereg
Feb 6, 2004·International Journal of Medical Microbiology : IJMM·Vijay Pancholi, Gursharan S Chhatwal
Mar 18, 2006·Proteomics·Francisco Javier Fernández-AceroJesús Jorrín
Oct 26, 2011·Essays in Biochemistry·Christopher M RyanPatricia J Johnson

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