High-throughput-analyse van Taenia-excretie/secretieproducten voor een verbeterd inzicht in gastheer-parasietinteracties en optimalisatie van immunodiagnostische testen in taenia solium-cysticercose

  • Dorny, Pierre (Promotor)
  • Gabriël, Sarah (Copromotor)
  • Goddeeris, Bruno (Copromotor)
  • Debois, Danielle (Administrator)

Project Details


Taenia solium cysticercosis is the mot important cause of acquired epilepsy in developing countries. T. solium produces excretory/secretory products (ESP) at the interface between parasite and host. The biological functions of ESP are poorly understood. We propose a mass spectrometic analysis of ESP to better understand their role in host-parasite interactions and to refine existing immunodiagnostic techniques.

Effective start/end date1/01/1031/12/15


  • Research Fund - Flanders: €145,000.00


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