The surface–mosaic model in host–parasite

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The surface–mosaic model in host–parasite
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The adsorption process
Defense and non-defense proteins
The code
The surface–mosaic model
Implications of the surface–mosaic …
Concluding remarks
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Volume 20, Issue 11, November 2004, Pages 508–511
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The surface–mosaic model in host–parasite relationships
J. Santiago Mejiaa,
, Fernando Morenob, Carlos Muskusc, Iván D. Vélezc, Richard G. Titusa
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The dynamics of protein adsorption to a microbial surface could be of significance in host–parasite
relationships because non-defense proteins might interfere with the binding of defense proteins. A surface
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mosaic of defense and non-defense proteins formed on the microbial surface could activate one of the
tissue reactivity programs via a binary code (help or silence) generated by the adsorbed proteins.
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Understanding the mechanisms of the mosaic formation and its evolution might help to identify evasion
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mechanisms used by virulent microorganisms. This also provides a conceptual framework to design new
strategies to control the infectious diseases they cause.
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