Patricia García-Reyna

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Caveolins are integral membrane proteins implicated in cholesterol homeostasis and transport, endocytosis mechanisms and regulation of signal transduction in differentiated cells. In this work a caveolin-1 gene from the nematode Trichinella spiralis (Ts-cav-1) was cloned and identified as an adult-specific antigen. For this, a cDNA library of T. spiralis(More)
The aim of the study was to isolate genes coding for stage-specific antigens of T. spiralis. Such antigens may then be associated with local and systemic immune responses against adult T. spiralis. Recombinant clones were obtained with an adult stage specific probe from a cDNA library of three-day old adult T. spiralis. Several cDNA clones encoding the same(More)
Mexico serves as a global model for advances in rabies prevention and control in dogs. The Mexican Ministry of Health (MMH) annual application of approximately 16 million doses of parenteral rabies vaccine has resulted in significant reductions in canine rabies during the past 20 years. One collateral parameter of rabies programs is dog population(More)
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE H. longipes S.F. Blake (Asteraceae) is a Mexican plant, whose roots are traditionally used as a condiment, as a mouth anesthetic, and as an antiparasitic. Affinin is the alkamide present in higher amounts in the roots of H. longipes. AIM OF THE STUDY To date, there are no published studies regarding the relation between the(More)
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