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  • noun biology Any cell (or unicellular organism) that does not have any flagella or cilia

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  • However, using a combination of isopycnic density (equilibrium) centrifugation and florescent particle sorting, the researchers, led by Dr Toni Aebischer of the Institute of Immunology and Infection Research at the University of Edinburgh, managed to purify the amastigote form of

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  • Many infectious pathogens, like those that cause malaria, toxoplasmosis or leishmaniasis have a complex life cycle that leads them to alternate between free-living promastigote creatures and cell-enclosed amastigote parasites.

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  • McMahon-Pratt D (2005) CD4 (+) T cells play a dominant role in protection against new world leishmaniasis induced by vaccination with the p-4 amastigote antigen.

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  • While it is relatively simple to isolate and analyse the extracellular promastigotes it is notoriously difficult to separate the amastigote parasites from the host cells, making detailed proteomic analysis of the intracellular form of the parasites all but impossible.

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  • While it is relatively simple to isolate and analyse the extracellular promastigotes it is notoriously difficult to separate the amastigote parasites from the host cells, making detailed proteomic analysis of the intracellular form of the parasites all but impossible.

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  • Many infectious pathogens, like those that cause malaria, toxoplasmosis or leishmaniasis have a complex life cycle that leads them to alternate between free-living promastigote creatures and cell-enclosed amastigote parasites.

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  • While it is relatively simple to isolate and analyse the extracellular promastigotes it is notoriously difficult to separate the amastigote parasites from the host cells, making detailed proteomic analysis of the intracellular form of the parasites all but impossible.

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  • While it is relatively simple to isolate and analyse the extracellular promastigotes it is notoriously difficult to separate the amastigote parasites from the host cells, making detailed proteomic analysis of the intracellular form of the parasites all but impossible.

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  • Many infectious pathogens, like those that cause malaria, toxoplasmosis or leishmaniasis have a complex life cycle that leads them to alternate between free-living promastigote creatures and cell-enclosed amastigote parasites.

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  • However, using a combination of isopycnic density (equilibrium) centrifugation and florescent particle sorting, the researchers, led by Dr Toni Aebischer of the Institute of Immunology and Infection Research at the University of Edinburgh, managed to purify the amastigote form of

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