Deep insights into Dictyocaulus viviparus transcriptomes provides unique prospects for new drug targets and disease intervention.

@article{Cantacessi2011DeepII,
  title={Deep insights into Dictyocaulus viviparus transcriptomes provides unique prospects for new drug targets and disease intervention.},
  author={Cinzia Cantacessi and Robin B. Gasser and Christina Strube and Thomas Schnieder and Aaron R. Jex and Ross Stephen Hall and Bronwyn Evelyn Campbell and Neil David Young and Shoba Ranganathan and Paul W. Sternberg and Makedonka Dautova Mitreva},
  journal={Biotechnology advances},
  year={2011},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={
          261-71
        }
}
The lungworm, Dictyocaulus viviparus, causes parasitic bronchitis in cattle, and is responsible for substantial economic losses in temperate regions of the world. Here, we undertake the first large-scale exploration of available transcriptomic data for this lungworm, examine differences in transcription between different stages/both genders and identify and prioritize essential molecules linked to fundamental metabolic pathways, which could represent novel drug targets. Approximately 3 million… CONTINUE READING
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