Two trypanosome research publications

Oct 10, 2022

Immunoinformatic Design of a Putative Multi-Epitope Vaccine Candidate Against Trypanosoma brucei gambiense.

Danazumi AU, Gital SI, Idris S, Dibba LBS, Balogun EO, Górna MW.

Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal (2022)

β-Sitosterol could serve as a dual inhibitor of Trypanosoma congolense sialidase and phospholipase A2: in vitro kinetic analyses and molecular dynamic simulations.

Aminu S, Danazumi AU, Alhafiz ZA, Gorna MW, Ibrahim MA

Molecular Diversity (2022)

Ammar joined us in February 2021 for his Master's thesis funded by NAWA Łukasiewicz programme, which he defended in June 2022. Ammar is interested in neglected tropical diseases, particularly in the prevention and treatment of Human African Trypanosomiasis. During his time with us, Ammar co-authored two publications in this field in collaboration with colleagues from Nigeria. Congratulations to Ammar and co-authors!

BELOW: the immunoinformatic design of a multi-epitope vaccine against HAT