The YIP1 protein of Leishmania major and its role in terbinafine resistance (2007)
- USP affiliated authors: TOSI, LUIZ RICARDO ORSINI - FMRP
- USP Schools: FMRP
- Subjects: LEISHMANIA (GENÉTICA)
- Language: Inglês
- Título do periódico: Abstracts
- Conference titles: Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology-SBBq
ABNTPINTO, M. R.; TOSI, Luiz Ricardo Orsini. The YIP1 protein of Leishmania major and its role in terbinafine resistance. Anais.. São Paulo: [s.n.], 2007.
APAPinto, M. R., & Tosi, L. R. O. (2007). The YIP1 protein of Leishmania major and its role in terbinafine resistance. In Abstracts. São Paulo.
NLMPinto MR, Tosi LRO. The YIP1 protein of Leishmania major and its role in terbinafine resistance. Abstracts. 2007 ;
VancouverPinto MR, Tosi LRO. The YIP1 protein of Leishmania major and its role in terbinafine resistance. Abstracts. 2007 ;
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- Investigation of a possible angiostatic activity in Leishmania major's tryptophanyl tRNA Synthetase
- Proteomic analysis of L. braziliensis and L. major selected cell lines resistant to antimonials
- Characterization of Leishmania major genes of unknown function amplified in drug resistant cell lines
- The use transposon technology for systematic gene disruption in Leishmania
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- Leishmania major nuclear protein LMHUS1 protects DNA from damage
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