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Prolyl oligopeptidase of Trypanosoma brucei hydrolyzes native collagen, peptide hormones and is active in the plasma of infected mice.
Proteases play important roles in many biological processes of parasites, including their host interactions. In sleeping sickness, Trypanosoma brucei proteases released into the host bloodstreamExpand
Molecular, functional and structural properties of the prolyl oligopeptidase of Trypanosoma cruzi (POP Tc80), which is required for parasite entry into mammalian cells.
We have demonstrated that the 80 kDa POP Tc80 (prolyl oligopeptidase of Trypanosoma cruzi) is involved in the process of cell invasion, since specific inhibitors block parasite entry intoExpand
Essential oils: in vitro activity against Leishmania amazonensis, cytotoxicity and chemical composition
BackgroundThe current chemotherapy for cutaneous leishmaniosis (CL) has a series of drug limitations such as toxic side effects, long duration, high costs and drug resistance, which requires theExpand
The Repetitive Cytoskeletal Protein H49 of Trypanosoma cruzi Is a Calpain-Like Protein Located at the Flagellum Attachment Zone
Background Trypanosoma cruzi has a single flagellum attached to the cell body by a network of specialized cytoskeletal and membranous connections called the flagellum attachment zone. Previously, weExpand
Emerging Chagas Disease
Dendritic Cells: A Double-Edged Sword in Immune Responses during Chagas Disease
Dendritic cells (DCs) are the most important member of the antigen presenting cells group due to their ability to recognize antigen at the infection site and their high specialized antigenExpand
Specific human antibodies do not inhibit Trypanosoma cruzi oligopeptidase B and cathepsin B, and immunoglobulin G enhances the activity of trypomastigote-secreted oligopeptidase B.
Trypanosoma cruzi expresses oligopeptidase B and cathepsin B that have important functions in the interaction with mammalian host cells. In this study, we demonstrated that sera from both chagasicExpand
A Deep Insight into the Sialome of Rhodnius neglectus, a Vector of Chagas Disease
Background Triatomines are hematophagous insects that act as vectors of Chagas disease. Rhodnius neglectus is one of these kissing bugs found, contributing to the transmission of this AmericanExpand
Cell surface proteome analysis of human-hosted Trypanosoma cruzi life stages.
Chagas' disease is a neglected infectious illness, caused by the protozoan Trypanosoma cruzi. It remains a challenging health issue in Latin America, where it is endemic, and so far there is noExpand
Larvicidal and pupicidal activities of eco-friendly phenolic lipid products from Anacardium occidentale nutshell against arbovirus vectors
Aedes aegypti and Culex quinquefasciatus are vectors of diseases that constitute public health problems. The discovery of products capable of inhibiting their development which are less harmful toExpand
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