Journal article

A novel ex vivo immunoproteomic approach characterising Fasciola hepatica tegumental antigens identified using immune antibody from resistant sheep

Timothy C Cameron, Ira Cooke, Pierre Faou, Hayley Toet, David Piedrafita, Neil Young, Vignesh Rathinasamy, Travis Beddoe, Glenn Anderson, Robert Dempster, Terry W Spithill

International Journal for Parasitology | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2017

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by Linkage Project "Development of a novel vaccine targeting parasite tegument proteins for liver fluke disease in livestock" - Australian Research Council


Awarded by Linkage Project "Optimisation of a novel hybrid vaccine for liver fluke disease in cattle" - Australian Research Council


Funding Acknowledgements

This work in the T.W.S. laboratory was supported by funds from Linkage Project LP130100943 "Development of a novel vaccine targeting parasite tegument proteins for liver fluke disease in livestock" and Linkage Project LP160100442 "Optimisation of a novel hybrid vaccine for liver fluke disease in cattle" funded by the Australian Research Council, in collaboration with Virbac (Australia) Pty. Ltd., as well as support from La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. T.C. has been supported by a PhD scholarship from La Trobe University and a La Trobe University School of Life Sciences Postgraduate Publication Award. V.R. was supported by a Victorian-India Doctoral Scholarship from the Australia India Institute, a PhD scholarship from La Trobe University and a La Trobe University School of Life Sciences Postgraduate Publication Award. T.B. was supported by Pfizer Australia Research Fellowship. Funding from the National Health Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia is gratefully acknowledged (N.D.Y.).