Tamara L Barron

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Abundant surface Leishmania phosphoglycans (PGs) containing [Gal(beta1,4)Man(alpha1-PO(4))]-derived repeating units are important at several points in the infectious cycle of this protozoan parasite.(More)
Lipophosphoglycan (LPG) is a dominant surface molecule of Leishmania promastigotes which has been shown to be critical for parasite-sand fly vector interactions. To provide additional evidence for(More)
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