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July 2019

Volume 18Issue 7p1271-1478
Open Access
On the Cover: Leishmania parasite infections are the 9th largest infectious disease burden. The lifecycle requires precise adaptation to survive shifts between sandfly and mammalian hosts. Constitutive transcription in these parasites means gene regulation is reliant on Leishmania trans-regulators. We present a comprehensive analysis of mRNA binding proteins (mRBPs) and whole cell proteomes from the three main Leishmania lifecycle stages. For details, see the article by De Pablos et al., pages 1271–1284....
On the Cover: Leishmania parasite infections are the 9th largest infectious disease burden. The lifecycle requires precise adaptation to survive shifts between sandfly and mammalian hosts. Constitutive transcription in these parasites means gene regulation is reliant on Leishmania trans-regulators. We present a comprehensive analysis of mRNA binding proteins (mRBPs) and whole cell proteomes from the three main Leishmania lifecycle stages. For details, see the article by De Pablos et al., pages 1271–1284.

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