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The intestine of Haemonchus contortus is hypersensitive to the effects of the anthelmintic fenbendazole (FBZ). The effects are postulated to stem from disruption of microtubules and interference with apical secretory vesicle transport, followed by release of digestive enzymes into the intestinal cell cytoplasm. Here, FBZ caused marker proteins for both(More)
Pathogens dependent upon vectors for transmission to new hosts undergo environment specific changes in gene transcription dependent on whether they are replicating in the vector or the mammalian host. Differential gene transcription, especially of potential vaccine candidates, is of interest in Anaplasma marginale, the tick-borne causative agent of bovine(More)
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