trypanosomatid

try·pan·o·so·mat·id

(trī-pan'ō-sō-mat'id),
Common name for a member of the family Trypanosomatidae.
Synonym(s): trypanid
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However, despite its transmission of trypanosomatid parasites to the plants, it is not clear if the insect is able to reproduce on them or not.
Docampo and Moreno [17] report that some bisphosphonate compounds inhibit the growth of trypanosomatid parasites including Leishmania donovani both in vitro and in vivo.
Several natural products have showed to be as selective trypanothione reductase inhibitors in previous studies involving parasites of trypanosomatid class (Gallo et al.
Trypanosomatid aquaporins: roles in physiology and drug response.
The New Medicine for Trypanosomatid Infections (NMTrypI) consortium uses a highly interdisciplinary approach to optimize pteridine, benzothiazole and miltefosine derivatives, as well as natural products against Trypanosomatids.
Trypanosomatid protozoan parasites comprise genus of Trypanosoma and Leishmania that cause neglected tropical diseases.
Expression of human tissue plasminogen activator in the trypanosomatid protozoan Leishmania tarentolae.
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On the other hand, picolinic acid is a structural analogue of nicotinic acid (3-pyridinecarboxylic acid) and nicotinamide which are supplied in chemically defined medium for trypanosomatid growth (MELO et al.
Gannavaram S, Vedvyas C, Debrabant A, Conservation ofthe pro-apoptotic nuclease activity of endonuclease G in unicellular trypanosomatid parasites.