Implication of haematophagous arthropod salivary proteins in host-vector interactions

@inproceedings{Fontaine2011ImplicationOH,
  title={Implication of haematophagous arthropod salivary proteins in host-vector interactions},
  author={Albin Fontaine and Ibrahima Ska Ndella Diouf and Nawal Bakkali and Doroth{\'e}e Miss{\'e} and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Pag{\'e}s and Thierry Fusai and Christophe Rogier and Lionel Almeras},
  booktitle={Parasites & Vectors},
  year={2011}
}
The saliva of haematophagous arthropods contains an array of anti-haemostatic, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory molecules that contribute to the success of the blood meal. The saliva of haematophagous arthropods is also involved in the transmission and the establishment of pathogens in the host and in allergic responses. This survey provides a comprehensive overview of the pharmacological activity and immunogenic properties of the main salivary proteins characterised in various… CONTINUE READING
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