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No. Registro   001429345
Tipo de material   ARTIGO DE PERIODICO - INTERNACIONAL
Cód. publicação   Link10.1007/s00436-004-1188-3 DOI
Entrada Principal   LinkDost, Corinna Karin (*)
Título   LinkSix trypanosoma cruzi strainscharacyerized by specific gene expression patterns.
Imprenta   Heidelberg, 2004.
Descrição   p. 134-140.
Idioma   Inglês
Assunto   LinkPARASITOLOGIA
Autor Secundário   LinkSaraiva, Juliana (*)
  LinkMonesi, Nádia (*)
  LinkZentgraf, U. (*)
  LinkEngels, W (*)
  LinkAlbuquerque, Sérgio de
Fonte   LinkIn: Parasitology Research, Heidelberg, v. 94, p. 134-140, 2004, ISSN: 0932-0113
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Resumo/Outros   The intracellular parasite Trypanosoma cruzi, the causative agent of Chagas disease, is known to comprise heterogeneous populations. One possibility to explain the obviously distinct phenotypes of different T. cruzi strains is differential expression of particular genes. This could result in environmental adaptations of the parasite within host organs, leading to distinct clinical symptoms. With the aim of identifying differentially expressed genes, we examined different T. cruzi strains by suppression subtractive hybridization analysis. The isolated clones were sequenced and Blasted for sequence-homology with known T. cruzi genes. A stage-specific glycoprotein (82gp), an 85-kDa protein with homology to heat-shock proteins, a beta-tubulin gene, a hexose-transporter, a dehydrogenase/ prostaglandin F2 ’alfa’-synthase and a cathepsin B-like protease were identified. The expression of these genes was analyzed by RT-PCR. Diverse expression patterns were detected for different T. cruzi strains, but no specific correlation between the gene expression and the classification of groups could be found. We discuss the presumed importance of these T. cruzi gene expression patterns for future strategies of molecular therapy of Chagas disease. For pathological studies, other parameters such as distinct gene/antigen expression could also be of interest, because they probably likewise correlate with distinct phenotypes
 
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