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Brucella melitensis is an important zoonotic pathogen that causes brucellosis, a disease that affects sheep, cattle and occasionally humans. B. melitensis strain M5-90, a live attenuated vaccine cultured from B. melitensis strain M28, has been used as an effective tool in the control of brucellosis in goats and sheep in China. However, the molecular changes(More)
Microneme proteins (MICs) of Eimeria species are critical for motility of the parasite, identification and binding of host cell-surface proteins, invasion of host cells, and intracellular survival. The microneme protein 1 (EtMIC1) and 2 (EtMIC2) from Eimeria tenella have a putative function in parasite adhesion to the host cell to initiate an invasion(More)
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