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Stem cell?derived enteroid cultures as a tool for dissecting host?parasite interactions in the small intestinal epithelium. (2020)
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HARES, M.F., TIFFNEY, E.A., JOHNSTON, L.J., LUU, L., STEWART, C.J., FLYNN, R.J. and COOMBES, J.L. 2021. Stem cell-derived enteroid cultures as a tool for dissecting host-parasite interactions in the small intestinal epithelium. Parasite immunology [online], 43(2): parasites and tissue micro-environment, article e12765. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/pim.12765

Toxoplasma gondii and Cryptosporidium spp. can cause devastating pathological effects in humans and livestock, and in particular to young or immunocompromised individuals. The current treatment plans for these enteric parasites are limited due to lon... Read More about Stem cell?derived enteroid cultures as a tool for dissecting host?parasite interactions in the small intestinal epithelium..