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Jan-2005Proteomic analysis of the excretory-secretory proteins of the Trichinella spiralis L1 larva, a nematode parasite of skeletal muscle.Robinson, MW; Connolly, B
Jun-2010Secreted cysteine proteases of the carcinogenic liver fluke, Opisthorchis viverrini: regulation of cathepsin F activation by autocatalysis and trans-processing by cathepsin B.Sripa, J; Laha, T; To, J; Brindley, PJ; Sripa, B; Kaewkes, S; Dalton, JP; Robinson, MW
1-Jan-2010Secreted cysteine proteases of the carcinogenic liver fluke, Opisthorchis viverrini: Regulation of cathepsin F activation by autocatalysis and trans-processing by cathepsin BSripa, J; Laha, T; To, J; Brindley, PJ; Sripa, B; Kaewkes, S; Dalton, JP; Robinson, MW
1-Jan-2013Fasciola hepatica: The therapeutic potential of a worm secretomeRobinson, MW; Dalton, JP; O'Brien, BA; Donnelly, S
1-May-2010Peroxiredoxin: A central player in immune modulationRobinson, MW; Hutchinson, AT; Dalton, JP; Donnelly, S
16-Jun-2009The M17 leucine aminopeptidase of the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum: Importance of active site metal ions in the binding of substrates and inhibitorsMaric, S; Donnelly, SM; Robinson, MW; Skinner-Adams, T; Trenholme, KR; Gardiner, DL; Dalton, JP; Stack, CM; Lowther, J
23-Aug-2012Mechanisms of Immune Modulation by Fasciola hepatica: Importance for Vaccine Development and for Novel ImmunotherapeuticsRobinson, MW; Dalton, JP; O'Neill, SM; Donnelly, SM
1-Dec-2008Helminth pathogen cathepsin proteases: it's a family affairRobinson, MW; Dalton, JP; Donnelly, S
1-Feb-2009The enigmatic asparaginyl endopeptidase of helminth parasitesDalton, JP; Brindley, PJ; Donnelly, S; Robinson, MW
8-Dec-2009An integrated transcriptomics and proteomics analysis of the secretome of the helminth pathogen Fasciola hepatica: Proteins associated with invasion and infection of the mammalian hostRobinson, MW; Menon, R; Donnelly, SM; Dalton, JP; Ranganathan, S
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