Pathogens and Disease
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This study identifies novel or known immunoreactive proteins of Streptococcus agalactiae, a known pathogen of humans that also causes mass mortality in aquaculture. This report is a very informative, in-depth immunoproteomic analysis of S. agalactiae isolated from cultured tilapia.
Omics and Systems Biology
Analysis that could shed light on the pathogenesis of psychiatric and neurological disorders -- with the exception of ADHD -- and introduces an intriguing hypothesis of a potential viral etiology of these diseases.
This paper deals with the development of an oral vaccine against Enolase 1 (Eno1p) of Candida albicans. The approach taken by using cell surface engineering of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is original and a proper example of how modern oral vaccines can be produced.
The authors, who are leading experts in this field, present a timely, authoritative review on the proteolytic cleavage of the influenza hemagglutinin (HA), an activation mechanism that is essential for the infectivity of influenza viruses, including the recently emerged H7N9.
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