Glycoconjugates in Host-Helminth Interactions

@inproceedings{Prasanphanich2013GlycoconjugatesIH,
  title={Glycoconjugates in Host-Helminth Interactions},
  author={Nina Salinger Prasanphanich and Megan L. Mickum and Jamie Heimburg-Molinaro and Richard D. Cummings},
  booktitle={Front. Immunol.},
  year={2013}
}
Helminths are multicellular parasitic worms that comprise a major class of human pathogens and cause an immense amount of suffering worldwide. Helminths possess an abundance of complex and unique glycoconjugates that interact with both the innate and adaptive arms of immunity in definitive and intermediate hosts. These glycoconjugates represent a major untapped reservoir of immunomodulatory compounds, which have the potential to treat autoimmune and inflammatory disorders, and antigenic glycans… CONTINUE READING
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