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  1. Toll-like receptor 2 (TLR2) plays a role in controlling cutaneous leishmaniasis in vivo, but does not require activation by parasite lipophosphoglycan

    Halliday, A., Bates, P. A., Chance, M. L. & Taylor, M. J., 6/10/2016, In : Parasites and Vectors. 9, 1, 14 p., 532.

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  2. Courtship behaviour of Phlebotomus papatasi the sand fly vector of cutaneous leishmaniasis

    Chelbi, I., Bray, D. P. & Hamilton, J. G. C., 3/09/2012, In : Parasites and Vectors. 5, 1, 9 p., 179.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  3. Detection of Leishmania lipophosphoglycan binding proteins in the gut of the sandfly vector

    Dillon, R. J. & Lane, R. P., 01/1999, In : Parasitology. 118, 1, p. 27-32 6 p.

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  4. Diversity in repeat-containing surface proteins of Leishmania major.

    McKean, P. G., Trenholme, K. R., Rangarajan, D., Keen, J. K. & Smith, D. F., 06/1997, In : Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology. 86, 2, p. 225-235 11 p.

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  5. Characterisation of a second protein encoded by the differentially regulated LmcDNA16 gene family of Leishmania major.

    McKean, P. G., Delahay, R., Pimenta, P. F. & Smith, D. F., 04/1997, In : Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology. 85, 2, p. 221-231 11 p.

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