The role of a novel protozoan C-type lectin in Cryptosporidium-host cell interactions.Ludington, Jacob.
Abstract: Cryptosporidium is an environmentally-resistant apicomplexan parasite that causes significant diarrheal disease worldwide. In spite of the devastating global impact of cryptosporidiosis, there is no vaccine or effective therapy to mitigate disease in vulnerable populations, in part because the molecular mechanisms underlying Cryptosporidium-host cell interactions are poorly understood. G... read more
- Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. Department of Immunology.
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