A core set of venom proteins is released by entomopathogenic nematodes in the genus Steinernema

@inproceedings{Chang2019ACS,
  title={A core set of venom proteins is released by entomopathogenic nematodes in the genus Steinernema},
  author={Dennis Chang and Lorrayne Serra and Dihong Lu and Ali Mortazavi and Adler R Dillman},
  booktitle={PLoS pathogens},
  year={2019}
}
Parasitic helminths release molecular effectors into their hosts and these effectors can directly damage host tissue and modulate host immunity. Excreted/secreted proteins (ESPs) are one category of parasite molecular effectors that are critical to their success within the host. However, most studies of nematode ESPs rely on in vitro stimulation or culture conditions to collect the ESPs, operating under the assumption that in vitro conditions mimic actual in vivo infection. This assumption is… CONTINUE READING
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