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Knockdown of phosphoethanolamine transmethylation enzymes decreases viability of Haemonchus contortus.
- W. Witola, Sheritta Cooks-Fagbodun, Adriana Reyes Ordonez, Kwame Matthews, D. Abugri, M. McHugh
- Biology, Medicine
- Veterinary parasitology
- 15 June 2016
The phosphobase methylation pathway, in which phosphoethanolamine N-methyltransferases (PMTs) successively catalyze the methylation of phosphoethanolamine to phosphocholine, is essential in the… Expand
Molecular identification of Trypanosoma cruzi in Anasa tristis (LB268)
Chagas’ disease is a parasitic disease caused by Trypanosoma cruzi (T. cruzi). It is a major health concern for the USA, although, mainly endemic to rural, poverty-stricken areas, of Latin America.… Expand