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Title: Inferring Plasmodium vivax protein biology by using omics data
Authors: Moreno Pérez, Darwin Andrés
Patarroyo, Manuel A.
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: Moreno-Pérez, D. A., & Patarroyo, M. A. (2020). Inferring plasmodium vivax protein biology by using omics data. Journal of Proteomics, 218 doi:10.1016/j.jprot.2020.103719
Series/Report no.: Journal of Proteomics;Vol.218 , Apr 30, 2020 Article number 103719 páginas 1-5
Abstract: Deciphering Plasmodium vivax biology has long been a challenge for groups working on this parasite, mainly due to the complications involved in propagating it in vitro. However, adapting P. vivax strains in non-human primates and the arrival of high-performance analysis methods has led to increased knowledge regarding parasite protein composition and the ability of some molecules to trigger an immune response or participate in protein-protein interactions. This review describes the state of the art concerning proteomics-, immunomics- and interatomics-related P. vivax omic studies, discussing their potential use in developing disease control methods.
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