Molecular characterisation of the Ancylostoma-secreted protein family from the adult stage of Ancylostoma caninum.

@article{Zhan2003MolecularCO,
  title={Molecular characterisation of the Ancylostoma-secreted protein family from the adult stage of Ancylostoma caninum.},
  author={Bin Zhan and Yueyuan Liu and Mahnaz Badamchian and Angela L. Williamson and Jianjun Feng and Alex Loukas and John M. Hawdon and Peter J Hotez},
  journal={International journal for parasitology},
  year={2003},
  volume={33 9},
  pages={897-907}
}
The Ancylostoma-secreted proteins are a family of nematode-specific cysteine-rich secreted proteins belonging to the pathogenesis-related protein superfamily. Previously we reported that third stage infective larvae of Ancylostoma caninum produce two different Ancylostoma-secreted proteins, a single and double-domain Ancylostoma-secreted protein, designated as Ancylostoma-secreted protein-1 and Ancylostoma-secreted protein-2, respectively. Here we report that adult A. caninum hookworms produce… CONTINUE READING
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