The Glycolytic Enzyme Triosephosphate Isomerase of Trichomonas vaginalis Is a Surface-Associated Protein Induced by Glucose That Functions as a Laminin- and Fibronectin-Binding Protein. Miranda-Ozuna, J. F., Hernandez-Garcia, M. S., Brieba, L. G., Benitez-Cardoza, C. G., Ortega-Lopez, J., Gonzalez-Robles, A., & Arroyo, R. Infect. Immun., 84(10):2878–2894, Oct, 2016.
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@Article{pmid27481251,
   Author="Miranda-Ozuna, J. F.  and Hernandez-Garcia, M. S.  and Brieba, L. G.  and Benitez-Cardoza, C. G.  and Ortega-Lopez, J.  and Gonzalez-Robles, A.  and Arroyo, R. ",
   Title="{{T}he {G}lycolytic {E}nzyme {T}riosephosphate {I}somerase of {T}richomonas vaginalis {I}s a {S}urface-{A}ssociated {P}rotein {I}nduced by {G}lucose {T}hat {F}unctions as a {L}aminin- and {F}ibronectin-{B}inding {P}rotein}",
   Journal="Infect. Immun.",
   Year="2016",
   Volume="84",
   Number="10",
   Pages="2878--2894",
   Month="Oct"
}

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