Genomic prediction of a B cell epitopes (HBPs) conserved among Histamine Binding proteins from Rhipicephalus microplus, study of HBPs - host interactions and anti-HBPs antibodys’ effects on adult ticks in vitro.

Rodriguez Valle, M.,, Moolhuijzen P.M.,, Jarrett, S.J. and Lew-Tabor A.E. (2010). Genomic prediction of a B cell epitopes (HBPs) conserved among Histamine Binding proteins from Rhipicephalus microplus, study of HBPs - host interactions and anti-HBPs antibodys’ effects on adult ticks in vitro.. In: XIIth International Congress of Parasitology (ICOPA),, Melbourne, Australia., (). 15-20th August 2010.

Author Rodriguez Valle, M.,
Moolhuijzen P.M.,
Jarrett, S.J.
Lew-Tabor A.E.
Title of paper Genomic prediction of a B cell epitopes (HBPs) conserved among Histamine Binding proteins from Rhipicephalus microplus, study of HBPs - host interactions and anti-HBPs antibodys’ effects on adult ticks in vitro.
Conference name XIIth International Congress of Parasitology (ICOPA),
Conference location Melbourne, Australia.
Conference dates 15-20th August 2010
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Oral presentation
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation
 
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