Proteomic identification of endothelial cell surface proteins isolated from the hepatic portal vein of mice infected with Schistosoma bovis.


Schistosomes are blood parasites adapted to their intravascular habitat that have evolved mechanisms to evade the immune and hemostatic responses of their hosts. It has been observed that the schistosome can regulate the endothelium function along the infection, which contributes to modulation of host defensive responses and parasite survival. The purpose… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jprot.2012.07.015


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