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Author: David Barry,Richard McCulloch,Jeremy Mottram,Alvaro Acosta-Serrano
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Publisher: Taylor & Francis; 1 edition (February 23, 2007)
Pages: 250

Trypanosomes: After the Genome by David Barry,Richard McCulloch,Jeremy Mottram,Alvaro Acosta-Serrano



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Trypanosomes: After the Genome. David Barry, Richard McCulloch, Jeremy Mottram, Alvaro Acosta-Serrano. Taylor & Francis Published December 21, 2006 Reference - 250 Pages - 33 B/W Illustrations ISBN 9781904933274 - CAT RU3270Z. The publication of the genome sequences of two key trypanosomes, Trypanosoma brucei and Trypanosoma cruzi, in 2005 has provided an exciting new resource to improve our understanding of the molecular and cellular biology of these important parasites and aid the development of new drugs and vaccines. The genome sequences, allied with useful genetic tools and easy molecular manipulation, will consolidate T. brucei as a eukaryotic model organism. As a model, it has the added advantage that studies in this area are directly applicable to understanding and prevention of disease. Download PDF of entire book. Trypanosomes cause medically and economically severe diseases such as Sleeping Sickness and Chagas' Disease in humans and Nagana in cattle.

Taylor & Francis. 250 pages 33 B/W Illus. As a model, it has the added advantage that studies in this area are directly applicable to understanding and prevention of disease

Trypanosomes, After the Genome (ed. D. Barry, R. McCulloch, J. Mottram and A. Acosta-Serrano), pp. 423. Horizon Bioscience, Wymondham, Norfolk, UK. ISBN 13:978-1-904933-27-4.

The ~160 Mb genome was found to be significantly larger than first described, presenting new challenges to the standard genome sequencing pipeline, as well as to continued funding. Here we present an overview of the project, including both a historical synopsis of how the project was conceived and carried out, as well as a summary of the fascinating biology revealed by analysis of the genome. To illustrate the utility of the complete genome sequence, specific areas of the parasite's biology - including membrane trafficking and mode of reproduction - are expanded and brought up-to-date

by David Barry, Richard McCulloch, Jeremy Mottram, Alvaro Acosta-Serrano. Trypanosomes cause medically and economically severe diseases such as Sleeping Sickness and Chagas’ Disease in humans and Nagana in cattle. They are also inherently interesting scientifically, being single-cell eukaryotes under. The African Trypanosomes (World Class Parasites). by Samuel J. Black, J. Richard Seed. African trypanosomes are tsetse-transmitted protozoa that inhabit the extracellular compartment of host blood

Trypanosomes After the Genome. Great Britain: Horizon Bioscience. Trypanosomes live extracellularly in both the tsetse fly and the mammal. Trypanosome surface proteins can directly interact with the host environment, allowing parasites to effectively establish and maintain infections. inositol (GPI) anchoring is a common posttranslational modification associated with eukaryotic surface proteins. In T. brucei, three GPI-anchored major surface proteins have been identified: variant surface glycoproteins (VSGs), procyclic acidic repetitive protein (PARP or procyclins), and brucei alanine rich proteins (BARP).

African trypanosomes, such as Trypanosoma brucei, are protozoan parasites of mammals that were first described over 100 hundred years ago. They have long been the subjects of biological. McCulloch . Vassella . Burton . Boshart . Barry . 2004) Transformation of Monomorphic and Pleomorphic Trypanosoma brucei. eds) Genetic Recombination. Methods in Molecular Biology™, vol 262.

Trypanosomes cause medically and economically severe diseases such as Sleeping Sickness and Chagas’ Disease in humans and Nagana in cattle. They are also inherently interesting scientifically, being single-cell eukaryotes under constant, strong diversifying selection. The publication of the genome sequences of two key trypanosomes, Trypanosoma brucei and Trypanosoma cruzi, in 2005 has provided an exciting new resource to improve our understanding of the molecular and cellular biology of these important parasites and aid the development of new drugs and vaccines. The genome sequences, allied with useful genetic tools and easy molecular manipulation, will consolidate T. brucei as a eukaryotic model organism. As a model, it has the added advantage that studies in this area are directly applicable to understanding and prevention of disease. Research in this area has never been more exciting.

In this book international experts review the contribution of trypanosome research to our understanding of eukaryote biology. Chapters are written from a molecular and genomic perspective and contain speculative models upon which to base future research efforts. Topics include: The genome of T. brucei, reverse and forward genetics, genetic exchange between trypanosomes, chromosome structure and dynamics, DNA replication, recombination and repair, transcription, post-transcriptional control of gene expression, cell structure, cell division and cell cycle, intracellular transport systems, cell surface architecture, antigenic variation, and comparative genomics of metabolism. The book provides an important resource summarising our current knowledge of trypanosome molecular and cellular biology.