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Recombinant expression and evaluation of a- and b- tubulin from Trypanosoma congolense as vaccine candidates for African trypanosomiasis.
African trypanosomiasis is caused by protozoan parasites known as trypanosomes, which are transmitted by the tsetse fly, affecting both humans and animals. Trypanosoma congolense is one of the main trypanosome species ...
Studying trypanosomal peptidase antigen targets for the diagnosis of animal African trypanosomiasis.
The lack of a vaccine candidate due to antigenic variation by trypanosomal parasites, the causative agents of human and animal African trypanosomiasis, requires the disease to be controlled by surveillance, diagnosis and ...
Structural studies aimed at improving the antigenicity of congopain.
African animal trypanosomosis or nagana is a tsetse fly-transmitted disease, caused by Trypanosoma congolense, T. vivax and to a lesser extent T. brucei brucei. The disease causes major losses in revenue in many ...
Functional expression of Trypanosoma congolense pyroglutamyl peptidase type 1 and development of reverse genetics tools.
Trypanosoma congolense is a protozoan parasite transmitted by tsetse flies. It causes bovine trypanosomosis, the major disease for livestock in sub-Saharan Africa. Control methods include trypanocidal drugs and vector ...