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1-Jan-2003Helminth vaccines: From mining genomic information for vaccine targets to systems used for protein expressionDalton, JP; Brindley, PJ; Knox, DP; Brady, CP; Hotez, PJ; Donnelly, S; O'Neill, SM; Mulcahy, G; Loukas, A
1-Jun-2003Genomics and its impact on parasitology and the potential for development of new parasite control methodsEllis, JT; Morrison, DA; Reichel, MP
1-Nov-2013A guide to in silico vaccine discovery for eukaryotic pathogensGoodswen, SJ; Kennedy, PJ; Ellis, JT
2-Nov-2013A novel strategy for classifying the output from an in silico vaccine discovery pipeline for eukaryotic pathogens using machine learning algorithmsGoodswen, SJ; Kennedy, PJ; Ellis, JT
8-Feb-2018Antibody recognition of cathepsin L1-derived peptides in Fasciola hepatica-infected and/or vaccinated cattle and identification of protective linear B-cell epitopesGarza-Cuartero, L; Geurden, T; Mahan, SM; Hardham, JM; Dalton, JP; Mulcahy, G
1-Aug-2013Immunomodulatory molecules of Fasciola hepatica: Candidates for both vaccine and immunotherapeutic developmentDalton, JP; Robinson, MW; Mulcahy, G; O'Neill, SM; Donnelly, S
30-Sep-2003Fasciola hepatica cathepsin L-like proteases: Biology, function, and potential in the development of first generation liver fluke vaccinesDalton, JP; Neill, SO; Stack, C; Collins, P; Walshe, A; Sekiya, M; Doyle, S; Mulcahy, G; Hoyle, D; Khaznadji, E; Moiré, N; Brennan, G; Mousley, A; Kreshchenko, N; Maule, AG; Donnelly, SM
1-Jan-2007Cell and gene therapy in AustraliaMartiniello-Wilks, R; Rasko, JEJ
15-Aug-2014Vacceed: A high-throughput in silico vaccine candidate discovery pipeline for eukaryotic pathogens based on reverse vaccinologyGoodswen, SJ; Kennedy, PJ; Ellis, JT
1-Jan-2015Fasciola hepatica vaccine: We may not be there yet but we're on the right roadMolina-Hernández, V; Mulcahy, G; Pérez, J; Martínez-Moreno, Á; Donnelly, S; O'Neill, SM; Dalton, JP; Cwiklinski, K
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