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  1. Antibody response to sand fly saliva is a marker of transmission intensity but not disease progression in dogs naturally infected with Leishmania infantum

    Quinnell, R. J., Soremekun, S., Bates, P. A., Rogers, M. E., Garcez, L. M. & Courtenay, O., 4/01/2018, In : Parasites and Vectors. 11, 1, 12 p., 7.

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  2. Leishmania infantum proteophosphoglycans regurgitated by the bite of its natural sand fly vector, Lutzomyia longipalpis, promote parasite establishment in mouse skin and skin-distant tissues

    Rogers, M. E., Corware, K., Müller, I. & Bates, P. A., 10/2010, In : Microbes and Infection. 12, 11, p. 875-879 5 p.

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  3. Stage-specific adhesion of Leishmania promastigotes to sand fly midguts assessed using an improved comparative binding assay

    Wilson, R., Bates, M. D., Dostalova, A., Jecna, L., Dillon, R. J., Volf, P. & Bates, P. A., 09/2010, In : PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases. 4, 9, e816.

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  4. Detailed analysis of an experimental challenge model for Leishmania infantum (JPC strain) in dogs

    Poot, J., Rogers, M. E., Bates, P. A. & Vermeulen, A., 06/2005, In : Veterinary Parasitology. 130, 1-2, p. 41-53 13 p.

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  5. Polymorphic microsatellite repeats are not conserved between Leishmania donovani and Leishmania major

    Jamjoom, M., Ashford, R. W., Bates, P., Kemp, S. J. & Noyes, H. A., 06/2002, In : Molecular Ecology Notes. 2, 2, p. 104-106 3 p.

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  6. Enhanced sandfly attraction to Leishmania-infected hosts

    O'Shea, B., Rebollar-Tellez, E., Ward, R. D., Hamilton, J. G. C., El Naiem, D. & Polwart, A., 1/01/2002, In : Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 96, 2, p. 117-118 2 p.

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