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    The Interaction of Classical Complement Component C1 with Parasite and Host Calreticulin Mediates Trypanosoma cruzi Infection of Human Placenta (C1, TcCRT and HuCRT in Infection of Human Placenta)

    Castillo, Christian, Ramírez, Galia, Valck, Carolina, Aguilar, Lorena, Maldonado, Ismael, Rosas, Carlos, Galanti, Norbel, Kemmerling, Ulrike, Ferreira, Arturo
    2013, Vol.7(8), p.e2376 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Does native Trypanosoma cruzi calreticulin mediate growth inhibition of a mammary tumor during infection?

    Abello-Caceres, Paula, Pizarro-Bauerle, Javier, Rosas, Carlos, Maldonado, Ismael, Aguilar-Guzman, Lorena, Gonzalez, Carlos, Ramirez, Galia, Ferreira, Jorge, Ferreira, Arturo, Abello-Caceres, Paula, Pizarro-Bauerle, Javier, Rosas, Carlos, Maldonado, Ismael, Aguilar-Guzman, Lorena, Gonzalez, Carlos, Ramirez, Galia, Ferreira, Jorge, Ferreira, Arturo
    BMC Cancer, 2016, Vol.16 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Antiangiogenic and Antitumor Effects of Trypanosoma cruzi Calreticulin (TcCRT in Angiogenesis and Tumor Growth)

    López, Nandy C, Valck, Carolina, Ramírez, Galia, Rodríguez, Margarita, Ribeiro, Carolina, Orellana, Juana, Maldonado, Ismael, Albini, Adriana, Anacona, Daniel, Lemus, David, Aguilar, Lorena, Schwaeble, Wilhelm, Ferreira, Arturo
    PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 2010, Vol.4(7), p.e730 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Antiangiogenic and Antitumor Effects of Trypanosoma cruzi Calreticulin (TcCRT in Angiogenesis and Tumor Growth)
    Author: López, Nandy C; Valck, Carolina; Ramírez, Galia; Rodríguez, Margarita; Ribeiro, Carolina; Orellana, Juana; Maldonado, Ismael; Albini, Adriana; Anacona, Daniel; Lemus, David; Aguilar, Lorena; Schwaeble, Wilhelm; Ferreira, Arturo
    Contributor: Rodriguez, Ana (Editor)
    Subject: Research Article ; Cell Biology ; Cell Biology -- Cell Adhesion ; Cell Biology -- Cell Growth And Division ; Cell Biology -- Cellular Death And Stress Responses ; Cell Biology -- Microbial Growth And Development ; Cell Biology -- Morphogenesis And Cell Biology ; Immunology ; Immunology -- Cellular Microbiology And Pathogenesis ; Immunology -- Immunity To Infections ; Infectious Diseases -- Neglected Tropical Diseases
    Description: In Latin America, 18 million people are infected with Trypanosoma cruzi , the agent of Chagas' disease, with the greatest economic burden. Vertebrate calreticulins (CRT) are multifunctional, intra- and extracellular proteins. In the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) they bind calcium and act as chaperones. Since human CRT (HuCRT) is antiangiogenic and suppresses tumor growth, the presence of these functions in the parasite orthologue may have consequences in the host/parasite interaction. Previously, we have cloned and expressed T. cruzi calreticulin (TcCRT) and shown that TcCRT, translocated from the ER to the area of trypomastigote flagellum emergence, promotes infectivity, inactivates the complement system and inhibits angiogenesis in the chorioallantoid chicken egg membrane. Most likely, derived from these properties, TcCRT displays in vivo inhibitory effects against an experimental mammary tumor. ; TcCRT (or its N-terminal vasostatin-like domain, N-TcCRT) a) Abrogates capillary growth in the rat aortic ring assay, b) Inhibits capillary morphogenesis in a human umbilical vein endothelial cell (HUVEC) assay, c) Inhibits migration and proliferation of HUVECs and the human endothelial cell line Eahy926. In these assays TcCRT was more effective, in molar terms, than HuCRT: d) In confocal microscopy, live HUVECs and EAhy926 cells, are recognized by FITC-TcCRT, followed by its internalization and accumulation around the host cell nuclei, a phenomenon that is abrogated by Fucoidin, a specific scavenger receptor ligand and, e) Inhibits the growth of the murine mammary TA3 MTXR tumor cell line. ; We describe herein antiangiogenic and antitumor properties of a parasite chaperone molecule, specifically TcCRT. Perhaps, by virtue of its capacity to inhibit angiogenesis (and the complement system), TcCRT is anti-inflammatory, thus impairing the antiparasite immune response. The TcCRT antiangiogenic effect could also explain, at least partially, the antitumor effects reported herein and the reports proposing antitumor properties for infection. ; In Latin America, 18 million people are infected with , a protozoan that causes Chagas' disease. Vertebrate calreticulins (CRTs) are multifunctional, intra- and extracellular calcium binding, chaperone proteins. Since human CRT (HuCRT) inhibits capillary growth (angiogenesis) and suppresses tumor growth, the presence of these functions in CRT (TcCRT) may have interesting consequences in the host/parasite interactions. Previously, we have cloned and expressed TcCRT and shown that, when translocated from the endoplasmic reticulum to the area of trypomastigote flagellum emergence, it promotes infectivity, inactivates the complement system, an innate defense arm and inhibits angiogenesis in the chorioallantoid chicken egg membrane. TcCRT inhibits angiogenesis, since it interferes with endothelial cell multiplication, migration and capillary morphogenesis , as well as angiogenesis in rat aortic rings. The parasite molecule also displays important antitumor effects. In these activities, TcCRT is more effective than the human counterpart. Perhaps, by virtue of its capacity to inhibit angiogenesis, TcCRT is anti-inflammatory, thus impairing the antiparasite immune response. The TcCRT antiangiogenic effect could also explain, at least partially, the antitumor effects reported herein and the reports proposing antitumor properties for infection.
    Is part of: PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 2010, Vol.4(7), p.e730
    Identifier: 1935-2735 (E-ISSN); 10.1371/journal.pntd.0000730 (DOI)

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    Comparative in vivo antiangiogenic effects of calreticulin from Trypanosoma cruzi and Homo sapiens sapiens

    Toledo, Victor, Ramírez, Galia, Valck, Carolina, López, Nandy, Ribeiro, Carolina H, Maldonado, Ismael, Aguilar, Lorena, Lemus, David, Ferreira, Arturo
    Biological Research, January 2010, Vol.43(3), pp.287-289 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Antiangiogenic and Antitumor Effects of Trypanosoma cruzi Calreticulin

    López, Nandy C, Valck, Carolina, Ramírez, Galia, Rodríguez, Margarita, Ribeiro, Carolina, Orellana, Juana, Maldonado, Ismael, Albini, Adriana, Anacona, Daniel, Lemus, David, Aguilar, Lorena, Schwaeble, Wilhelm, Ferreira, Arturo
    PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 2010, Vol.4(7) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Calreticulin: Gene Cloning and Expression of a Main Domain That Interacts with the Host Complement System

    Weinberger, Katherine, Collazo, Norberto, Aguillón, Juan Carlos, Molina, María Carmen, Rosas, Carlos, Peña, Jaime, Pizarro, Javier, Maldonado, Ismael, Cattan, Pedro E, Apt, Werner, Ferreira, Arturo
    The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 08 February 2017, Vol.96(2), pp.295-303 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Calreticulin: Gene Cloning and Expression of a Main Domain That Interacts with the Host Complement System
    Author: Weinberger, Katherine; Collazo, Norberto; Aguillón, Juan Carlos; Molina, María Carmen; Rosas, Carlos; Peña, Jaime; Pizarro, Javier; Maldonado, Ismael; Cattan, Pedro E; Apt, Werner; Ferreira, Arturo
    Subject: Calreticulin -- Genetics ; Complement System Proteins -- Immunology ; Host-Parasite Interactions -- Genetics ; Triatoma -- Genetics
    Description: is an important hematophagous vector of Chagas disease, a neglected chronic illness affecting approximately 6 million people in Latin America. Hematophagous insects possess several molecules in their saliva that counteract host defensive responses. Calreticulin (CRT), a multifunctional protein secreted in saliva, contributes to the feeding process in some insects. Human CRT (HuCRT) and CRT (TcCRT) inhibit the classical pathway of complement activation, mainly by interacting through their central S domain with complement component C1. In previous studies, we have detected CRT in salivary gland extracts from We have called this molecule TiCRT. Given that the S domain is responsible for C1 binding, we have tested its role in the classical pathway of complement activation in vertebrate blood. We have cloned and characterized the complete nucleotide sequence of CRT from , and expressed its S domain. As expected, this S domain binds to human C1 and, as a consequence, it inhibits the classical...
    Is part of: The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 08 February 2017, Vol.96(2), pp.295-303
    Identifier: 1476-1645 (E-ISSN); 27895277 Version (PMID); 10.4269/ajtmh.16-0642 (DOI)

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    Molluskan Hemocyanins Activate the Classical Pathway of the Human Complement System through Natural Antibodies

    Pizarro-Bauerle, Javier, Maldonado, Ismael, Sosoniuk-Roche, Eduardo, Vallejos, Gerardo, López, Mercedes N, Salazar-Onfray, Flavio, Aguilar-Guzmán, Lorena, Valck, Carolina, Ferreira, Arturo, Becker, María Inés
    Frontiers in immunology, 2017, Vol.8, pp.188 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    El índice de reemplazo etnolingüístico entre la población indígena de México

    Ordorica Mellado, Manuel, Rodríguez, Constanza, Velázquez, Bernardo, Maldonado, Ismael
    Desacatos: Revista de Antropología Social, 2009, Issue 29, pp.123-140 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: El índice de reemplazo etnolingüístico entre la población indígena de México
    Author: Ordorica Mellado, Manuel; Rodríguez, Constanza; Velázquez, Bernardo; Maldonado, Ismael
    Subject: Lenguas Indígenas ; Población ; Hogar ; Etnolingüística ; Reemplazo ; Indigenous Languages ; Population ; Home ; Family ; Ethnolinguistics ; Replacement
    Description: This paper studies the transmission of indigenous languages through an analysis of the use of Mother Tongues across generations. It also shows the different conditions of the indigenous languages at the regional, state and municipal levels. It features a comparison of the indexed data for each of the 62 ethnolinguistic groups collected through two major demographic studies: the 2000 General Census and the 2005 Count of Population and Housing, which allow us measure the decline or recovery of indigenous languages in Mexico.
    La transmisión de las lenguas indígenas se presenta a partir del análisis intergeneracional del uso de la lengua materna. El trabajo muestra las diferentes situaciones en que se encuentran los idiomas indígenas en los niveles de análisis regional, estatal y municipal. Otro aspecto importante es la comparación del índice para cada uno de los 62 grupos etnolingüísticos identificados en dos momentos: en el xii Censo del año 2000 y el Conteo de Población de 2005, que permiten observar los procesos de pérdida o recuperación de las lenguas indígenas en México, así como su hipotética manifestación en un escenario deseable.
    Is part of: Desacatos: Revista de Antropología Social, 2009, Issue 29, pp.123-140
    Identifier: 1607-050X (ISSN)

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    El índice de reemplazo etnolingüístico entre la población indígena de México

    Ordorica, Manuel, Rodríguez, Constanza, Velázquez, Bernardo, Maldonado, Ismael
    Desacatos, 01 April 2009, Issue 29, pp.123-140
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    Title: El índice de reemplazo etnolingüístico entre la población indígena de México
    Author: Ordorica, Manuel; Rodríguez, Constanza; Velázquez, Bernardo; Maldonado, Ismael
    Subject: Anthropology ; Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary ; Lenguas Indígenas ; Población ; Hogar ; Etnolingüística ; Reemplazo ; Indigenous Languages ; Population ; Home ; Family ; Ethnolinguistics ; Replacement ; Anthropology ; History & Archaeology ; Women'S Studies
    Description: La transmisión de las lenguas indígenas se presenta a partir del análisis intergeneracional del uso de la lengua materna. El trabajo muestra las diferentes situaciones en que se encuentran los idiomas indígenas en los niveles de análisis regional, estatal y municipal. Otro aspecto importante es la comparación del índice para cada uno de los 62 grupos etnolingüísticos identificados en dos momentos: en el XII Censo del año 2000 y el Conteo de Población de 2005, que permiten observar los procesos de pérdida o recuperación de las lenguas indígenas en México, así como su hipotética manifestación en un escenario deseable.
    Is part of: Desacatos, 01 April 2009, Issue 29, pp.123-140
    Identifier: 2448-5144 (ISSN); 2448-5144 (E-ISSN)

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    Measurement of prompt J/ ψ and beauty hadron production cross sections at mid-rapidity in pp collisions at $ \sqrt{s}=7 $ TeV

    Abelev, Betty, Adam, Jaroslav, Adamova, Dagmar, Adare, Andrew, Aggarwal, Madan, Rinella, Gianluca, Agocs, Andras, Agostinelli, Andrea, Salazar, Saul, Ahammed, Zubayer, Ahmad, Arshad, Ahmad, Nazeer, Ahn, Sul-Ah, Ahn, Sang, Akindinov, Alexander, Aleksandrov, Dmitry, Alessandro, Bruno, Molina, Jose, Alici, Andrea, Alkin, Anton, Avina, Erick, Alme, Johan, Alt, Torsten, Altini, Valerio, Altinpinar, Sedat, Altsybeev, Igor, Andrei, Cristian, Andronic, Anton, Anguelov, Venelin, Anielski, Jonas, Anson, Christopher, Anticic, Tome, Antinori, Federico, Antonioli, Pietro, Aphecetche, Laurent, Appelshauser, Harald, Arbor, Nicolas, Arcelli, Silvia, Arend, Andreas, Armesto, Nestor, Arnaldi, Roberta, Aronsson, Tomas, Arsene, Ionut, Arslandok, Mesut, Asryan, Andzhey, Augustinus, Andre, Averbeck, Ralf, Awes, Terry, Aysto, Juha, Azmi, Mohd, Bach, Matthias, Badala, Angela, Baek, Yong, Bailhache, Raphaelle, Bala, Renu, Ferroli, Rinaldo, Baldisseri, Alberto, Baldit, Alain, Santos Pedrosa, Fernando, Ban, Jaroslav, Baral, Rama, Barbera, Roberto, Barile, Francesco, Barnafoldi, Gergely, Barnby, Lee, Barret, Valerie, Bartke, Jerzy, Basile, Maurizio, Bastid, Nicole, Basu, Sumit, Bathen, Bastian, Batigne, Guillaume, Batyunya, Boris, Baumann, Christoph, Bearden, Ian, Beck, Hans, Behera, Nirbhay, Belikov, Iouri, Bellini, Francesca, Bellwied, Rene, Belmont-Moreno, Ernesto, Bencedi, Gyula, Beole, Stefania, Berceanu, Ionela, Bercuci, Alexandru, Berdnikov, Yaroslav, Berenyi, Daniel, Bergognon, Anais, Berzano, Dario, Betev, Latchezar, Bhasin, Anju, Bhati, Ashok, Bhom, Jihyun, Bianchi, Livio, Bianchi, Nicola, Bianchin, Chiara, Bielcik, Jaroslav, Bielcikova, Jana, Bilandzic, Ante, Bjelogrlic, Sandro, Blanco, F., Blanco, Francesco, Blau, Dmitry, Blume, Christoph, Boccioli, Marco, Bock, Nicolas, Boettger, Stefan, Bogdanov, Alexey, Boggild, Hans, Bogolyubsky, Mikhail, Boldizsar, Laszlo, Bombara, Marek, Book, Julian, Borel, Herve, Borissov, Alexander, Bose, Suvendu, Bossu, Francesco, Botje, Michiel, 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Durga, Maire, Antonin, Malaev, Mikhail, Cervantes, Ivonne, Malinina, Ludmila, Mal’Kevich, Dmitry, Malzacher, Peter, Mamonov, Alexander, Manceau, Loic, Mangotra, Lalit, Manko, Vladislav, Manso, Franck, Manzari, Vito, Mao, Yaxian, Marchisone, Massimiliano, Mares, Jiri, Margagliotti, Giacomo, Margotti, Anselmo, Marin, Ana, Tobon, Cesar, Markert, Christina, Martashvili, Irakli, Martinengo, Paolo, Martinez, Mario, Davalos, Arnulfo, Garcia, Gines, Martynov, Yevgen, Mas,...
    Journal of High Energy Physics, 2012, Vol.2012(11), pp.1-31 [Peer Reviewed Journal]