Queen's University Belfast
43 papers found
Can CRISPR help in the fight against parasitic worms?
In silico analyses of protein glycosylating genes in the helminth Fasciola hepatica (liver fluke) predict protein-linked glycan simplicity and reveal temporally-dynamic expression profiles
Reasons to Be Nervous about Flukicide Discovery
Profiling G protein-coupled receptors of Fasciola hepatica identifies orphan rhodopsins unique to phylum Platyhelminthes
Stimulating Neoblast-Like Cell Proliferation in Juvenile Fasciola hepatica Supports Growth and Progression towards the Adult Phenotype In Vitro
Exploring and Expanding the Fatty-Acid-Binding Protein Superfamily in Fasciola Species
Calmodulin disruption impacts growth and motility in juvenile liver fluke
RNAi Dynamics in Juvenile Fasciola spp. Liver Flukes Reveals the Persistence of Gene Silencing In Vitro
New Insights into the FLPergic Complements of Parasitic Nematodes: informing deorphanisation approaches
A single-component multidrug transporter of the major facilitator superfamily is part of a network that protectsEscherichia colifrom bile salt stress
Time-dependent tegumental surface changes in juvenile Fasciola gigantica in response to triclabendazole treatment in goat
RNAi transcript and protein dynamics in juvenile Fasciola hepatica
Development and validation of RNA interference methods in juvenile Fasciola hepatica.
Parasite neuropeptide biology: Seeding rational drug target selection?
Fasciola hepatica virulence-associated cysteine peptidases: a systems biology perspective
Considering RNAi experimental design in parasitic helminths
Proteomics and in Silico Approaches To Extend Understanding of the Glutathione Transferase Superfamily of the Tropical Liver Fluke Fasciola gigantica
A reverse genetics approach to control target discovery in liver fluke.
An eye on RNAi in nematode parasites
RNAi Effector Diversity in Nematodes
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