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1 Benavides, M.V., Sacco, A.M. (2007)Differential Bos taurus cattle response to Babesia bovis infection, Vet Parasitol. , 150(1-2), 54-64.
2 Berens, S.J., Brayton, K.A., McElwain, T.F. (2007)Coinfection with antigenically and genetically distinct virulent strains of Babesia bovis is maintained through all phases of the parasite life cycle, Infect Immun. , 75(12), 5769-76.
3 Bork, S., Yokoyama, N., Hashiba, S., Nakamura, K., Takabatake, N., Okamura, M., Ikehara, Y., Igarashi, I. (2007)Asexual growth of Babesia bovis is inhibited by specific sulfated glycoconjugates, J Parasitol. , 93(6), 1501-4.
4 Florin-Christensen, M., Schnittger, L., Dominguez, M., Mesplet, M., Rodríguez, A., Ferreri, L., Asenzo, G., Wilkowsky, S., Farber, M., Echaide, I., Suarez,C.(2007)Search for Babesia bovis vaccine candidates, Parassitologia. , 49 Suppl 1, 9-12.
5 Howell, J.M., Ueti, M.W., Palmer, G.H., Scoles, G.A., Knowles, D.P. (2007)Persistently infected calves as reservoirs for acquisition and transovarial transmission of Babesia bovis by Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus, J Clin Microbiol. , 45(10), 3155-9.
6 Howell, J.M., Ueti, M.W., Palmer, G.H., Scoles, G.A., Knowles, D.P. (2007)Transovarial transmission efficiency of Babesia bovis tick stages acquired by Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus during acute infection, J Clin Microbiol. , 45(2), 426-31.
7 Hutchings, C.L., Li, A., Fernandez, K.M., Fletcher, T., Jackson, L.A., Molloy, J.B., Jorgensen, W.K., Lim, C.T., Cooke, B.M. (2007)New insights into the altered adhesive and mechanical properties of red blood cells parasitized by Babesia bovis, Mol Microbiol. , 65(4), 1092-105.
8 Küttel, C., Nascimento, E., Demierre, N., Silva, T., Braschler, T., Renaud, P., Oliva, A.G. (2007)Label-free detection of Babesia bovis infected red blood cells using impedance spectroscopy on a microfabricated flow cytometer, Acta Trop. , 102(1), 63-8.
9 Lau, A.O., Tibbals, D.L., McElwain, T.F. (2007)Babesia bovis: the development of an expression oligonucleotide microarray, Exp Parasitol. , 117(1), 93-8.
10 Nakamura, K., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2007)Cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors block erythrocyte invasion and intraerythrocytic development of Babesia bovis in vitro, Parasitology. , 134(Pt 10), 1347-53.
11 Nascimento, E., Silva, T., Oliva, A. (2007)Identification, characterization and manipulation of Babesia-bovis-infected red blood cells using microfluidics technology, Parassitologia. , 49 Suppl 1, 45-52.
12 Okamura, M., Yokoyama, N., Takabatake, N., Okubo, K., Ikehara, Y., Igarashi, I. (2007)Babesia bovis: subcellular localization of host erythrocyte membrane components during their asexual growth, Exp Parasitol. , 116(1), 91-4.
13 Okubo, K., Yokoyama, N., Govind, Y., Alhassan, A., Igarashi, I. (2007)Babesia bovis: effects of cysteine protease inhibitors on in vitro growth, Exp Parasitol. , 117(2), 214-7.
14 Okubo, K., Yokoyama, N., Takabatake, N., Okamura, M., Igarashi, I. (2007)Amount of cholesterol in host membrane affects erythrocyte invasion and replication by Babesia bovis, Parasitology. , 134(Pt 5), 625-30.
15 Santangelo, M.P., McIntosh, D., Bigi, F., Armôa, G.R., Campos, A.S., Ruybal, P., Dellagostin, O.A., McFadden, J., Mendum, T., Gicquel, B., Winter, N., Farber, M., Cataldi, A. (2007)Mycobacterium bovis BCG as a delivery system for the RAP-1 antigen from Babesia bovis, Vaccine. , 25(6), 1104-13.
16 Suarez, C.E., Lacy, P., Laughery, J., Gonzalez, M.G., McElwain, T. (2007)Optimization of Babesia bovis transfection methods, Parassitologia. , 49 Suppl 1, 67-70.
17 Takabatake, N., Okamura, M., Yokoyama, N., Okubo, K., Ikehara, Y., Igarashi, I. (2007)Involvement of a host erythrocyte sialic acid content in Babesia bovis infection, J Vet Med Sci. , 69(10), 999-1004.
18 Wilkowsky, S., Farber, M., Echaide, I., Mosqueda, J., Alcaraz, E., Suarez, C., Florin-Christensen, M. (2007)Taking advantage of the polymorphism of the MSA-2 family for Babesia bovis strain characterization, Parassitologia. , 49 Suppl 1, 63-6.