An insight into the sialome of Hyalomma excavatum.

@article{Ribeiro2017AnII,
  title={An insight into the sialome of Hyalomma excavatum.},
  author={Jos{\'e} M C Ribeiro and Mirko Slov{\'a}k and Ivo M B Francischetti},
  journal={Ticks and tick-borne diseases},
  year={2017},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={
          201-207
        }
}
Tick saliva contains hundreds or thousands of proteins that help blood feeding by impairing their hosts' hemostasis, inflammation and immunity. Salivary gland transcriptomes allow the disclosure of this pharmacologically active potion that consists of several multi-gene families, many of which are tick-specific. We here report the "de novo" assembly of ∼138 million reads deriving from a cDNA library from salivary glands of adult male and female Hyalomma excavatum leading to the public… CONTINUE READING
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