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Host Epithelia Response to Invasion
Norwich, United Kingdom
The Tyler Laboratory is committed to exploiting novel aspects of the T. cruzi host interaction to provide novel therapeutic and prophylactic rationales.
Splenic architecture disruption and parasite-induced splenocyte activation and anergy in Plasmodium falciparum-infected Saimiri sciureus monkeys.
Alves FA, Pelajo-Machado M, Totino PR, Souza MT, Gonçalves EC, Schneider MP, Muniz JA, Krieger MA, Andrade MC, Daniel-Ribeiro CT, Carvalho LJ
Phylogenetic and syntenic data support a single horizontal transference to a Trypanosoma ancestor of a prokaryotic proline racemase implicated in parasite evasion from host defences.
Caballero ZC, Costa-Martins AG, Ferreira RC, Pereira Alves JM, Serrano MG, Camargo EP, Buck GA, Minoprio P, Geraldes Teixeira MM
Usefulness of real time PCR to quantify parasite load in serum samples from chronic Chagas disease patients.
Melo MF, Moreira OC, Tenório P, Lorena V, Lorena-Rezende I, Júnior WO, Gomes Y, Britto C
Genotype diversity of Trypanosoma cruzi in small rodents and Triatoma sanguisuga from a rural area in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Herrera CP, Licon MH, Nation CS, Jameson SB, Wesson DM