Writing in the journal Microbiology Today
(Society for General Microbiology, UK), Simon L. Croft of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK, reviews a new book on Leishmania
published by Caister Academic Press
"The volume is up-to-date; the genome was published in 2005 and the most recent references in the book were published in 2007. There is a richness of information - chapters on gene regulation and the metabolome are particularly engaging ... Let us enjoy a volume that provides a valuable overview of the molecular biology and biochemistry of these fascinating parasites, their metabolic pathways, differentiation process, and their surface molecules"
For full details please visit Leishmania: After The Genome
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