Geoff Hide, PhD

Human and Natural Sciences Salford University 
parasitology, genetics, protozoology, evolution, epidemiology
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Yang J, Long S, Hide G, et al. (2024) Apicomplexa micropore: history, function, and formation. Trends in Parasitology
Dong H, Yang J, He K, et al. (2024) The monocarboxylate transporters are involved in the metabolism within the apicoplast and are linked to parasite survival. Elife. 12
Zhao S, Hu Y, Yang B, et al. (2024) The transplant rejection response involves neutrophil and macrophage adhesion-mediated trogocytosis and is regulated by NFATc3. Cell Death & Disease. 15: 75
Shen J, Zhao S, Peng M, et al. (2023) Macrophage-mediated trogocytosis contributes to destroying human schistosomes in a non-susceptible rodent host, Microtus fortis. Cell Discovery. 9: 101
Wang QQ, Sun M, Tang T, et al. (2023) Functional screening reveals prenylated proteins required for endocytic trafficking and rhoptry protein sorting. Mbio. e0130923
Djemai S, Mekroud A, Hide G, et al. (2023) Investigation into the potential of using UV-treated sporulated oocysts of as a local solution to immunization of chickens against caecal coccidiosis. Journal of Parasitic Diseases : Official Organ of the Indian Society For Parasitology. 47: 238-245
Wan W, Dong H, Lai DH, et al. (2023) The Toxoplasma micropore mediates endocytosis for selective nutrient salvage from host cell compartments. Nature Communications. 14: 977
Djemai S, Ayadi O, Khelifi D, et al. (2022) Prevalence of Eimeria species, detected by ITS1-PCR, in broiler poultry farms located in seven provinces of northeastern Algeria. Tropical Animal Health and Production. 54: 250
Wang JF, Lin RH, Zhang X, et al. (2022) Novel insertions in the mitochondrial maxicircle of a mouse trypanosome. Parasitology. 1-42
Chen K, Zhang P, Yang TB, et al. (2022) Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) can be experimentally infected with both marine and freshwater fish trypanosomes. Experimental Parasitology. 239: 108288
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