K. A. Watson

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BACKGROUND Snake bite is a major neglected public health issue within poor communities living in the rural areas of several countries throughout the world. An estimated 2.5 million people are bitten by snakes each year and the cost and lack of efficacy of current anti-venom therapy, together with the lack of detailed knowledge about toxic components of(More)
Chlamydophila represents a distinct genus of gram negative bacteria associated with a spectrum of both human and animal disease and, as such, is an important health and economic concern. Central to the pathogenicity of Chlamydophila are antigenic proteins among which the Major Outer Membrane Proteins (MOMP) have received significant attention. MOMP from(More)
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