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    1. Kamhawi, S; Modi, GB; Pimenta, PFP; Rowton, E; Sacks, DL
      The vectorial competence of Phlebotomus sergenti is specific for Leishmania tropica and is controlled by species-specific, lipophosphoglycan-mediatedmidgut attachment

      PARASITOLOGY
    2. Modi, GB; Rowton, ED
      Laboratory maintenance of phlebotomine sand flies

      MAINTENANCE OF HUMAN. ANIMAL, AND PLANT PATHOGEN VECTORS
    3. PIMENTA PFP; MODI GB; PEREIRA ST; SHAHABUDDIN M; SACKS DL
      NOVEL ROLE FOR THE PERITROPHIC MATRIX IN PROTECTING LEISHMANIA FROM THE HYDROLYTIC ACTIVITIES OF THE SAND FLY MIDGUT

      Parasitology
    4. HANAFI HA; ELSAWAF BM; FRYAUFF DJ; MODI GB; PRESLEY SM
      EXPERIMENTAL-INFECTION AND TRANSMISSION OF LEISHMANIA-MAJOR BY LABORATORY-REARED PHLEBOTOMUS-BERGEROTI PARROT

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    5. SARAIVA EMB; PIMENTA PFP; BRODIN TN; ROWTON E; MODI GB; SACKS DL
      CHANGES IN LIPOPHOSPHOGLYCAN AND GENE-EXPRESSION ASSOCIATED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEISHMANIA-MAJOR IN PHLEBOTOMUS-PAPATASI

      Parasitology
    6. PIMENTA PFP; SARAIVA EMB; ROWTON E; MODI GB; GARRAWAY LA; BEVERLEY SM; TURCO SJ; SACKS DL
      EVIDENCE THAT THE VECTORIAL COMPETENCE OF PHLEBOTOMINE SAND FLIES FORDIFFERENT SPECIES OF LEISHMANIA IS CONTROLLED BY STRUCTURAL POLYMORPHISMS IN THE SURFACE LIPOPHOSPHOGLYCAN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    7. FRYAUFF DJ; MODI GB; MANSOUR NS; KREUTZER RD; SOLIMAN S; YOUSSEF FG
      EPIDEMIOLOGY OF CUTANEOUS LEISHMANIASIS AT A FOCUS MONITORED BY THE MULTINATIONAL FORCE AND OBSERVERS IN THE NORTHEASTERN SINAI DESERT OF EGYPT

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene


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