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  1. Review

    Evolution of energy metabolism and its compartmentation in Kinetoplastida

    Kinetoplastida are protozoan organisms that probably diverged early in evolution from other eukaryotes. They are characterized by a number of unique features with respect to their energy and carbohydrate metab...

    Véronique Hannaert, Frédéric Bringaud, Fred R Opperdoes and Paul AM Michels

    Kinetoplastid Biology and Disease 2003 2:11

    Published on: 28 October 2003

  2. Original research

    Chagas disease and HIV co-infection: genetic analyses of two Trypanosoma cruzistrains under experimental immunosuppression

    Recently new aspects of the immunopathology of Chagas disease have been described in patients infected with HIV and unusual clinical manifestations such as cutaneous lesions, involvement of central nervous sys...

    Célia M Marques de Brito, Marize Q Pires and Raquel S Pacheco

    Kinetoplastid Biology and Disease 2003 2:17

    Published on: 28 October 2003

  3. Original research

    Evaluation of a polymerase chain reaction assay for the diagnosis of bovine trypanosomiasis and epidemiological surveillance in Bolivia

    Sporadic outbreaks of bovine trypanosomiasis have been reported in Bolivia since 1996 when T. vivax and T. evansi were identified for the first time by parasitological means. However, comprehensive epidemiologica...

    Jose Luis Gonzales, Tudor W Jones, Kim Picozzi and Hugo Ribera Cuellar

    Kinetoplastid Biology and Disease 2003 2:8

    Published on: 28 October 2003

  4. Editorial

    Maintainence of parasitaemia – is it to die for?

    One of the major differences between protozoan differentiation and metazoan differentiation is that protozoan cells normally retain potency during differentiation, which need not, therefore, be considered altr...

    Kevin M Tyler

    Kinetoplastid Biology and Disease 2003 2:2

    Published on: 24 June 2003

  5. Review

    Molecular determinants and regulation of Leishmania virulence

    A Leishmania model to explain microbial virulence in chronic infectious diseases is proposed. All these diseases progress from infection to symptomatic phase to host death or recovery. The outcome of each phase i...

    Kwang-Poo Chang and Bradford S McGwire

    Kinetoplastid Biology and Disease 2002 1:1

    Published on: 20 May 2002

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