Double knock out of the mic1 and mic3 genes in Toxoplasma gondii dramatically decreases virulence in mice and is correlated to the loss of lectin like domain mediated binding property of the MIC3 protein - INRAE - Institut national de recherche pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement Access content directly
Conference Papers Year : 2004

Double knock out of the mic1 and mic3 genes in Toxoplasma gondii dramatically decreases virulence in mice and is correlated to the loss of lectin like domain mediated binding property of the MIC3 protein

O Cerede
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Jf Dubremetz
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H Vial
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M Lebrun
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hal-02828427 , version 1 (07-06-2020)

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O Cerede, Jf Dubremetz, H Vial, Daniel Bout, M Lebrun. Double knock out of the mic1 and mic3 genes in Toxoplasma gondii dramatically decreases virulence in mice and is correlated to the loss of lectin like domain mediated binding property of the MIC3 protein. COST Meeting, Apicomplexa Biology in the post-genomic era, 2004, Lisbon, Portugal. pp.Inconnu. ⟨hal-02828427⟩
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