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 Combinatorial interactions between viral proteins expand the potential functional landscape of the tomato yellow leaf curl virus proteome

October 18, 2022

Combinatorial interactions between viral proteins expand the potential functional landscape of the tomato yellow leaf curl virus proteome

A new research article from Liping Wang, Huang Tan, and colleagues. 

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09/22/2022

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Human monkeypox: A review of the literature

In this Pearls article, El Eid et al. summarize the available evidence on monkeypox, focusing on its changing evolution in humans with emergent cases, and describing its clinical characteristics, along with the risk factors for acquiring the disease, required infection control and prevention measures when dealing with patients, and the possible treatment options.

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Human monkeypox: A review of the literature

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Advances in understanding red blood cell modifications by Babesia

In this Review, Hakimi et al. cover what is known about exported Babesia proteins; discuss their functions in the context of immune evasion, cytoadhesion, and nutrient uptake; and highlight possible future topics for research and application in this field.

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Advances in understanding red blood cell modifications by Babesia

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