Infection by the helminth parasite Fasciola hepatica requires rapid regulation of metabolic, virulence, and invasive factors to adjust to its mammalian host

Cwiklinski, K., Jewhurst, H., McVeigh, P., Barbour, T., Maule, A., Tort, J., Robinson, M., O’Neill, S.M., Donnelly, S. & Dalton, J.P. (2018) Mol Cell Proteomics. 17:792-809. doi:10.1074/mcp.RA117.000445 http://www.mcponline.org/content/17/4/792.long Our study published in Molecular Cell Proteomics integrates a range of ‘omics’…

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Higher grazing is safe for now!

A predictive model of fasciolosis indicates differential risk at high and low altitude. The liver fluke has always represented a threat to Irish livestock. The life cycle of the parasite relies on the presence of an intermediate host (mud snail)…

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European Congress of Entomology

In the first week of July 2018, Al Nisbet (Moredun Research Institute) attended the European Congress of Entomology, Naples, where he was invited to speak in the session, "Dermanyssus gallinae: an endless threat to the industry and human health". Al…

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Postcards from the PARAGONE Labs

Mar Siles is Director of the Research Institute in Salamanca and also a partner in www.paragoneh2020.eu Her Biobanking expertise has come in handy in developing helminth vaccine strategies. Cutting-edge science with real practical benefits coming from the Ghent University team in www.paragoneh2020.eu…

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