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Theileria

 
 
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Disease relevance of Theileria

 

High impact information on Theileria

 

Chemical compound and disease context of Theileria

 

Biological context of Theileria

  • When T cells become infected by the parasite Theileria parva, they acquire a transformed phenotype and no longer require antigen-specific stimulation or exogenous growth factors [9].
  • Genome analysis of Theileria parva [16].
  • Linear peptide specificity of bovine antibody responses to p67 of Theileria parva and sequence diversity of sporozoite-neutralizing epitopes: implications for a vaccine [2].
  • TaCRK3 encodes a novel Theileria annulata protein kinase with motifs characteristic of the family of eukaryotic cyclin dependent kinases: a comparative analysis of its expression with TaCRK2 during the parasite life cycle [17].
  • The cDNA encoding a 23-kDa piroplasm membrane protein (p23) of Theileria sergenti Chitose (C)-type was isolated and its nucleotide sequence was determined [18].
 

Anatomical context of Theileria

 

Associations of Theileria with chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Theileria

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Theileria

References

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  21. Parasite strain specificity of precursor cytotoxic T cells in individual animals correlates with cross-protection in cattle challenged with Theileria parva. Taracha, E.L., Goddeeris, B.M., Morzaria, S.P., Morrison, W.I. Infect. Immun. (1995) [Pubmed]
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