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    • The genome and transcriptome of Haemonchus contortus, a key model parasite for drug and vaccine discovery 

      Laing, Roz; Kikuchi, Taisei; Martinelli, Axel; Tsai, Isheng J; Beech, Robin N; Redman, Elizabeth; Holroyd, Nancy; Bartley, David J; Beasley, Helen; Britton, Collette; Curran, David; Devaney, Eileen; Gilabert, Aude; Hunt, Martin; Jackson, Frank; Johnston, Stephanie L; Kryukov, Ivan; Li, Keyu; Morrison, Alison A; Reid, Adam J; Sargison, Neil; Saunders, Gary I; Wasmuth, James D; Wolstenholme, Adrian; Berriman, Matthew; Gilleard, John S; Cotton, James A (2013-08-28)
      Abstract Background The small ruminant parasite Haemonchus contortus is the most widely used parasitic nematode in drug discovery, vaccine development and anthelmintic resistance research. Its remarkable propensity to ...