The evolutionary expansion of the trypanosomatid flagellates.

@article{Vickerman1994TheEE,
  title={The evolutionary expansion of the trypanosomatid flagellates.},
  author={Keith Vickerman},
  journal={International journal for parasitology},
  year={1994},
  volume={24 8},
  pages={1317-31}
}
The trypanosomatids combine a relatively uniform morphology with ability to parasitise a very diverse range of hosts including animals, plants and other protists. Along with their sister family, the biflagellate bodonids, they are set apart from other eukaryotes by distinctive organisational features, such as the kinetoplast-mitochondrion and RNA editing, isolation of glycolysis enzymes in the glycosome, use of the flagellar pocket for molecular traffic into and out of the cell, a unique method… CONTINUE READING

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