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    1. Sacks, DL
      Leishmania-sand fly interactions controlling species-specific vector competence

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Blum, JJ; Lehman, JA; Horn, JM; Gomez-Cambronero, J
      Phospholipase D (PLD) is present in Leishmania donovani and its activity increases in response to acute osmotic stress

      JOURNAL OF EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Sacks, D; Kamhawi, S
      Molecular aspects of parasite-vector and vector-host interactions in Leishmaniasis

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Ilg, T; Demar, M; Harbecke, D
      Phosphoglycan repeat-deficient Leishmania mexicana parasites remain infectious to macrophages and mice

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. 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
    6. Bhattacharya, A; Arya, R; Clark, CG; Ackers, JP
      Absence of lipophosphoglycan-like glycoconjugates in Entamoeba dispar

      PARASITOLOGY
    7. Sacks, DL; Modi, G; Rowton, E; Spath, G; Epstein, L; Turco, SJ; Beverley, SM
      The role of phosphoglycans in Leishmania-sand fly interactions

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    8. Miller, MA; McGowan, SE; Gantt, KR; Champion, M; Novick, SL; Andersen, KA; Bacchi, CJ; Yarlett, N; Britigan, BE; Wilson, ME
      Inducible resistance to oxidant stress in the protozoan Leishmania chagasi

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Routier, FH; Higson, AP; Ivanova, IA; Ross, AJ; Tsvetkov, YE; Yashunsky, DV; Bates, PA; Nikolaev, AV; Ferguson, MAJ
      Characterization of the elongating alpha-D-mannosyl phosphate transferase from three species of Leishmania using synthetic acceptor substrate analogues

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    10. Descoteaux, A; Turco, SJ
      Glycoconjugates in Leishmania infectivity

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR BASIS OF DISEASE
    11. Ilg, T; Handman, E; Stierhof, YD
      Proteophosphoglycans from Leishmania promastigotes and amastigotes

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    12. Stierhof, YD; Bates, PA; Jacobson, RL; Rogers, ME; Schlein, Y; Handman, E; Ilg, T
      Filamentous proteophosphoglycan secreted by Leishmania promastigotes formsgel-like three-dimensional networks that obstruct the digestive tract of infected sandfly vectors

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    13. Mazareb, S; Fu, ZY; Zilberstein, D
      Developmental regulation of proline transport in Leishmania donovani

      EXPERIMENTAL PARASITOLOGY
    14. Mahoney, AB; Sacks, DL; Saraiva, E; Modi, G; Turco, SJ
      Intra-species and stage-specific polymorphisms in lipophosphoglycan structure control Leishmania donovani-sand fly interactions

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Sadlova, J; Svobodova, M; Volf, P
      Leishmania major: effect of repeated passages through sandfly vectors or murine hosts

      ANNALS OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND PARASITOLOGY
    16. DESJARDINS M; DESCOTEAUX A
      SURVIVAL STRATEGIES OF LEISHMANIA-DONOVANI IN MAMMALIAN HOST MACROPHAGES

      Research in immunology (Paris)
    17. DESCOTEAUX A; MENGELING BJ; STEPHEN M; TURCO SJ
      LEISHMANIA-DONOVANI HAS DISTINCT MANNOSYLPHOSPHORYLTRANSFERASES FOR THE INITIATION AND ELONGATION PHASES OF LIPOPHOSPHOGLYCAN REPEATING UNIT BIOSYNTHESIS

      Molecular and biochemical parasitology
    18. ILG T; CRAIK D; CURRIE G; MULTHAUP G; BACIC A
      STAGE-SPECIFIC PROTEOPHOSPHOGLYCAN FROM LEISHMANIA-MEXICANA AMASTIGOTES - STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL MONOPHOSPHORYLATED, DIPHOSPHORYLATED, AND TRIPHOSPHORYLATED PHOSPHODIESTER-LINKED OLIGOSACCHARIDES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    19. HANAFI HA; ELSAWAF BM; FRYAUFF DJ; BEAVERS GM; TETREAULT GE
      SUSCEPTIBILITY TO LEISHMANIA-MAJOR OF DIFFERENT POPULATIONS OF PHLEBOTOMUS-PAPATASI (DIPTERA, PSYCHODIDAE) FROM ENDEMIC AND NONENDEMIC REGIONS OF EGYPT

      Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology
    20. MENGELING BJ; BEVERLEY SM; TURCO SJ
      DESIGNING GLYCOCONJUGATE BIOSYNTHESIS FOR AN INSIDIOUS INTENT - PHOSPHOGLYCAN ASSEMBLY IN LEISHMANIA PARASITES

      Glycobiology
    21. MENGELING BJ; ZILBERSTEIN D; TURCO SJ
      BIOSYNTHESIS OF LEISHMANIA LIPOPHOSPHOGLYCAN - SOLUBILIZATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE INITIATING MANNOSYLPHOSPHORYLTRANSFERASE

      Glycobiology
    22. BRITTINGHAM A; MOSSER DM
      EXPLOITATION OF THE COMPLEMENT-SYSTEM BY LEISHMANIA PROMASTIGOTES

      Parasitology today
    23. 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
    24. ISAKOV N; TAMIR A; ELON J
      SUPPRESSION OF ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC T-CELL RESPONSES BY LEISHMANIA-MAJOR EXCRETED FACTOR - INHIBITION OF ACTIVATION SIGNALS LINKED TO THE T-CELL ANTIGEN RECEPTOR AND INTERLEUKIN-2 RECEPTOR

      Israel journal of medical sciences
    25. ILG T; HARBECKE D; WIESE M; OVERATH P
      MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES DIRECTED AGAINST LEISHMANIA SECRETED ACID-PHOSPHATASE AND LIPOPHOSPHOGLYCAN - PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PRIVATE ANDPUBLIC EPITOPES

      European journal of biochemistry


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