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Identification and characterisation of the gene encoding an amastine-like surface protein (ALSP) in the Leishmania donovani genome: a putative anti-leishmanial drug target
The host-parasite interaction is a complex molecular cross-talk between the host and its parasites, where the parasite employs a repertoire of surface and secretory effector molecules for host cell manipulation and successful parasitism. Identification and functional analysis of such parasite specific effectors is an efficient approach to understand the molecular basis of host-parasite interaction which provides us a potential drug target against the parasitic diseases. The current studydoi:10.1101/2020.07.23.218107 fatcat:yolorxisijddrggyofjrmdejcq