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ISOP Jul 15
Sleeping sickness parasites camouflage themselves with sugar African trypanosomes evade immune clearance by O-glycosylation of the VSG surface coat.
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ISOP Jul 10
How the Tiniest of Parasites is Taking Down the Mightiest of Monk Seals Toxoplasmosis is now the number one disease threat to the recovery of this endangered marine mammal
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ISOP 10h
The Actinomyosin Motor Drives Malaria Parasite Red Blood Cell Invasion but Not Egress: Abigail J. Perrin et al.
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ISEP Jul 12
: Phylogenomics Places Orphan Protistan Lineages in a Novel Eukaryotic Super-Group
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ISOP Jul 13
The noisy basis of morphogenesis: Mechanisms and mechanics of cell sheet folding inferred from developmental variability
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ISOP Jul 15
Researchers develop model of toxoplasmosis evolution Human impact on the diversity and virulence of the ubiquitous zoonotic parasite gondii.
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ISOP Jul 8
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ISOP Jul 13
Morphometry of the diatom Fragilariopsis kerguelensis from Southern Ocean sediment: High-throughput measurements show second morphotype occurring during glacials
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morgan vis Jul 15
I have my doubts about the 'harmony' but I am all for
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ISOP 4h
does not secrete the GRA16 and GRA24 effectors beyond the parasitophorous vacuole membrane of tissue cysts
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ISEP 7h
: Clarifying the Relationships between Microsporidia and Cryptomycota
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eleni 8h
Trichomonas vaginalis review by F. Mercer and P. Johnson
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العلوم البيطرية 9h
Retweeted ISOP (): Sleeping sickness parasites camouflage themselves with sugar African trypanosomes evade immune clearance by O-glycosylation of the VSG surface coat.
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ISEP 13h
: New barcoded primers for efficient retrieval of cercozoan sequences in high‐throughput environmental diversity surveys, with emphasis on worldwide biological soil crusts: Anna Maria Fiore‐Donno et al.
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ISOP 14h
Haplosporidium pinnae sp. nov., a haplosporidan parasite associated with mass mortalities of the fan mussel, Pinna nobilis, in the Western Mediterranean Sea
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ISOP 17h
Trypanosoma brucei UMSBP2 is a single-stranded telomeric DNA binding protein essential for chromosome end protection: Olga Klebanov-Akopyan et al.
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ISOP 17h
Behavioral and mechanistic characteristics of the predator-prey interaction between the dinoflagellate Dinophysis acuminata and the ciliate Mesodinium rubrum
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ISOP Jul 15
Complex Endosymbioses I: From Primary to Complex Plastids, Multiple Independent Events
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ISOP Jul 15
Viral discovery and diversity in trypanosomatid protozoa with a focus on relatives of the human parasite Leishmania
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Biochemistry Dept Jul 13
Dr Ross Waller, and collaborators from across the globe, have published a new paper in describing a community-based approach for developing model marine that was created through the 's Initiative:
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