WS247: Parasite Papers II

For the upcoming WS247 release, a set of new papers have been added to the WormBase database. Some papers of interest to the parasite community are shown below.

Khor BY, Tye GJ, Lim TS, Noordin R, Choong YS. The structure and dynamics of BmR1 protein from Brugia malayi: in silico approaches. Int J Mol Sci. 2014 Jun 19;15(6):11082-99.

genes referred to: Bm10631 (other name: BmR1)

Anderson RC, Newton CL, Millar RP, Katz AA. The Brugia malayi neuropeptide receptor-4 is activated by FMRFamide-like peptides and signals via Gai. Mol Biochem Parasitol. 2014 Jun;195(1):54-8.

genes referred to: flp-18 , npr-4 , Bma-npr-4

Casper SK, Schoeller SJ, Zgoba DM, Phillips AJ, Morien TJ, Chaffee GR, Sackett PC, Peterson FC, Crossgrove K, Veldkamp CT. The solution structure of the forkhead box-O DNA binding domain of Brugia malayi DAF-16a. Proteins. 2014 Dec;82(12):3490-6.

genes referred to: daf-16 , Bma-daf-16

Kalani K, Kushwaha V, Sharma P, Verma R, Srivastava M, Khan F, Murthy PK, Srivastava SK. In vitro, in silico and in vivo studies of ursolic acid as an anti-filarial agent. PLoS One. 2014 Nov 6;9(11):e111244.

genes referred to: Bma-gst-1

Yadav M, Singh A, Rathaur S, Liebau E. Structural modeling and simulation studies of Brugia malayi glutathione-S-transferase with compounds exhibiting antifilarial activity: implications in drug targeting and designing. J Mol Graph Model. 2010 Jan;28(5):435-45.

genes referred to: Bma-gst-1

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