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Professor Paul Bates

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  1. Published

    Analysis of ESTs from Lutzomyia longipalpis sand flies and their contribution toward understanding the insect-parasite relationship

    Dillon, R. J., Ivens, A. C., Churcher, C., Holroyd, N., Quail, M. A., Rogers, M. E., Soares, M. B., Bonaldo, M. F., Casavant, T. L., Lehane, M. J. & Bates, P. A., 12/2006, In: Genomics. 88, 6, p. 831-840 10 p.

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  2. Published

    A unique, terminally glucosylated oligosaccharide is a common feature on Leishmania cell surfaces

    Funk, V. A., Thomas-Oates, J. E., Kielland, S. L., Bates, P. A. & Olafson, R. W., 01/1997, In: Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology. 84, 1, p. 33-48 16 p.

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  3. Published

    A unique, highly conserved secretory invertase is differentially expressed by promastigote developmental forms of all species of the human pathogen, Leishmania

    Lyda, T. A., Joshi, M. B., Andersen, J. F., Kelada, A. Y., Owings, J. P., Bates, P. A. & Dwyer, D. M., 06/2015, In: Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. 404, 1-2, p. 53-77 25 p.

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  4. Published

    A simple method for isolating viable mature parasites of Plasmodium falciparum from cultures

    Dluzewski, A. R., Ling, I. T., Rangachari, K., Bates, P. A. & Wilson, R. J., 1984, In: Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 78, 5, p. 622-624 3 p.

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  5. Published

    A real-time PCR assay to estimate Leishmania chagasi load in its natural sand fly vector Lutzomyia longipalpis

    Ranasinghe, S., Rogers, M. E., Hamilton, J. G. C., Bates, P. A. & Maingon, R. D. C., 09/2008, In: Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 102, 9, p. 875-882 8 p.

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  6. Published

    A glycine- and glutamate-rich protein is female salivary gland-specific and abundant in the malaria vector Anopheles dirus B (Diptera Culicidae)

    Jariyapan, N., Choochote, W., Jitpakdi, A., Harnnoi, T., Siriyasatein, P., Wilkinson, M. C. & Bates, P. A., 09/2006, In: Journal of Medical Entomology. 43, 5, p. 867-874 8 p.

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