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Year Title Citation Authors
1. 2010 Foreword. Special Issue Veterinary Parasitology 167, 91
2. 2010 Alternatives to Drug Development in Apicomplexa In: Drug Discovery against Apicomplexan Parasites (Becker, K. Ed.) pp xxx-xxx (accepted)
3. 2010 Systemic inflammatory responses in dogs experimentally infected with Babesia rossi: a haematological study. Veterinary Parasitology (in preparation)
4. 2010 Development of a new score to estimate clinical East Coast Fever in experimentally infected cattle. Veterinary Parasitology 167, 255-259
5. 2009 Comparison of Babesia rossi and Babesia canis isolates with emphasis on effects of vaccination with soluble parasite antigens Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 80, 75-78.
6. 2009 Preliminary evaluation of the BrEMA1 gene as a tool for associating Babesia rossi genotypes and clinical manifestation of canine babesiosis. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 47, 3586-3592
7. 2009 Ticks and Tick-born Pathogens Veterinary Parasitology-Special Issue (2009) 161, xxx-xxx
8. 2009 Recruiting the host defense mechanisms: roles for chemotherapeutics and vaccines In: Drug Discovery in Infectious Diseases: From Molecular Targets to Drug Candidates (Selzer, P. Ed.) pp 159-173
9. 2009 Systemic inflammatory responses in dogs experimentally infected with Babesia canis: a haematological study Veterinary Parasitology 162, 7-15
10. 2008 Veterinary vaccine development from an industrial perspective Veterinary Journal 178, 7-20
11. 2008 The solution structure of the adhesion protein Bd37 from Babesia divergens reveals structural homology with eukaryotic proteins involved in membrane trafficking Journal of Molecular Biology 375, 409-424
12. 2007 Recombinant protein Bd37 protected gerbils against heterologous challenges with isolates of Babesia divergens polymorphic for the bd37 gene . Parasitology 134, 187-196
13. 2007 Immunity against Babesia rossi infection in dogs vaccinated with antigens from culture supernatants. Veterinary Parasitology 144, 10-19
14. 2007 Control of parasitic disease using vaccines: an answer to drug resistance? Revue Scientifique et Technique de Office International des Epizooties [Rev. sci. techn. Off. Int. Epiz.] 26, 105-115
15. 2007 Vaccination against large Babesia species from dogs. Parassitologia 49 (Suppl.1), 13-17
16. 2006 Babesiosis. Veterinary Parasitology-Special Issue (2006) 138, 1-168
17. 2006 Regulations and procedures in parasite vaccine development Parasitology 133, S189-S195
18. 2006 First molecular diagnosis of Babesia canis vogeli in a domestic dog from Turkey. Veterinary Parasitology 139, 224-230
19. 2006 Preface. Special Issue Veterinary Parasitology 138, 1-2
20. 2006 Onset and duration of immunity against B. canis infection in dogs vaccinated with antigens from culture supernatants Special Issue Veterinary Parasitology 138, 140-146
21. 2006 Genetic basis for GPI-anchor merozoite surface antigen polymorphism from Babesia and resulting antigenic diversity. Special Issue Veterinary Parasitology 138, 33-49
22. 2006 Hydrophobic moieties in recombinant proteins are crucial to generate efficient saponin-based vaccine against Apicomplexan Babesia divergens. Vaccine 24, 613-621
23. 2005 Vaccination against canine babesiosis. Trends in Parasitology 21, 179-184
24. 2005 Letter to the editor: 1H, 15N and 13C Backbone resonance assignments of the 37 kDa surface antigen protein Bd37 from Babesia divergens Journal of Biomolecular NMR 31, 67-68
25. 2005 Novel baculovirus-derived p67 subunit vaccines efficacious against East Coast Fever in cattle. Vaccine 23, 2791-2800
26. 2004 Association between sequence polymorphism in an epitope of Babesia divergens Bd37 exoantigen and protection induced by passive transfer. International Journal of Parasitology 34, 585-593
27. 2004 Veterinary parasitic vaccines: pitfalls and future directions. Trends in Parasitology 20, 488-492
28. 2004 Intervet symposium: bovine neosporosis Veterinary Parasitology 125, 137-146
29. 2003 Babesia divergens: cloning of a Ran binding protein 1 homologue. Veterinary Parasitology 115, 205-211
30. 2003 Antibodies raised against Bcvir15, an extrachromosomal double-stranded RNE-encoded protein from Babesia canis, inhibit the in vitro growth of the parasite Infection and Immunity 71 (3) 1056-1067
31. 2002 Ticks ride on the fast lane Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (2), 59
32. 2002 Parasite paralysis Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (2), 58
33. 2002 Immune evasion by Echinococcus multilocularis Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (2), 59
34. 2002 Peptide-based vaccine against tapeworm Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (1), 7
35. 2002 No milk today Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (1), 7
36. 2002 Green light for recombinant Anopheles Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (1), 6
37. 2002 Long-term immunity to canine kala-azar Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (12), 527
38. 2002 No escape for Neospora? Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (12), 527
39. 2002 Antigenic variation in humans Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (12), 526
40. 2002 All in the family Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (12), 526
41. 2002 A major vaccine candidate? Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (12), 526
42. 2002 Placental malaria: sticky problems Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (12), 526
43. 2002 Parasites’ Cosa Nostra Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (11), 480
44. 2002 That’s parasitism! Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (11), 480
45. 2002 Natural malaria immunity Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (10), 438
46. 2002 The good news about MTV Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (10), 438
47. 2002 Taenia solium: turning back the tape Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (9), 384
48. 2002 Cysteine protease discovered in Babesia Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (8), 345
49. 2002 Tapeworm vaccines: next please Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (8), 345
50. 2002 A second chance for Spf66? Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (8), 345
51. 2002 Potency of transgenic mosquitoes Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (8), 344
52. 2002 Travelling with pets Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (7), 292
53. 2002 Microbial pathogens: back to basics Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (7), 292
54. 2002 Autochtonous EPM in Europe? Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (6), 245
55. 2002 The Merial award 2001 Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (5), 203
56. 2002 Parasites at the crossroads Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (5), 203
57. 2002 DNA and protein vaccination against Cowdria ruminantium Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (4), 152
58. 2002 DNA vaccine against Schistosoma japonicum Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (4), 151
59. 2002 Corticosteroids help Leishmania donovani infections Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (4), 151
60. 2002 Apoptosis: live and let die Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (4), 151
61. 2002 WAAVP awards Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (4), 151
62. 2002 Flukes require T-cell help Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (3), 107
63. 2002 Pathogen-specific responsiveness of dendritic cells Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (2), 60
64. 2002 Recombinant cytokine adjuvants Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (2), 59
65. 2002 Leishmania major; protection to the max Trends in Parasitology (2002) 18 (2), 58
66. 2002 Chromosome number, genome size and polymorphism of European and South-African isolates of large Babesia parasites that infect dogs. Parasitology 125, 313-321
67. 2002 Babesia divergens: Cloning and biochemical characterisation of Bd37 Parasitology 125, 305-212
68. 2001 Trypanosoma brucei’s heel? Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (7), 311
69. 2001 Van Hellemond receives Merial Award Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (4), 166
70. 2001 Vaccination and immunity against parasites Veterinary Parasitology-Special Issue (2001) 100, 1-116
71. 2001 Tick research platform molts to adult stage. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (5), 216
72. 2001 Strawberry fields forever. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (5), 216
73. 2001 Making a difference. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (6), 264
74. 2001 Paying the toll to Metchnikoff. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (6), 264
75. 2001 Life beyond death? Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (6), 265
76. 2001 Preference for a reference. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (7), 311
77. 2001 The smell of a Toxoplasma vaccine. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (7), 311
78. 2001 Living apart or together? Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (10), 468
79. 2001 Dogs, neosporosis and puzzles. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (10), 468
80. 2001 Antigenic variation in Anaplasma marginale. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (10), 468
81. 2001 A 3-d view on malaria. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (10), 468
82. 2001 Cancers caused by the human fluke? Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (10), 468
83. 2001 Cytokine fields in parasitology Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (11), 515
84. 2001 IL-12: for better and for worse Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (12), 571
85. 2001 Setting the stage for Leishmania. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (3), 120
86. 2001 Research or re-search? Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (4), 166
87. 2001 Keep focused on Toxocara. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (4), 166
88. 2001 Control of coccidiosis by vaccination. Veterinary Parasitology 100, 13-20
89. 2001 Vaccination of dogs against heterologous Babesia canis infection using antigens from in vitro culture supernatants. Veterinary Parasitology 100, 75-86.
90. 2001 Parasites on the move. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (7), 312
91. 2001 Dr. Ton Lensen: in memoriam. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (7), 312
92. 2001 Towards a Psoroptes ovis vaccine. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (8), 360
93. 2001 Malaria diagnostic for back-packers. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (8), 360
94. 2001 Leishmania major: a compassionate parasite? Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (8), 361
95. 2001 Disturbing helminths. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (8), 361
96. 2001 Malaria and Toxoplasma: rings and enigmas. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (9), 410
97. 2001 The sting of Theileria annulata. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (9), 411
98. 2001 Bednets and teachers controlling malaria. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (9), 412
99. 2001 Vampires only. Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (10), 467
100. 2001 Why are the French different from the British? Trends in Parasitology (2001) 17 (10), 467
101. 2000 Vaccination of dogs against heterologous Babesia canis infection. Acta Parasitologica 45, 202
102. 2000 More on Babesia, NO and malaria (Reply). Parasitology Today 16, 264-265
103. 2000 Why do malaria parasites sequester? Parasitology Today 16, 132
104. 1999 Nobilis® COX ATM, A new vaccination concept against coccidiosis in poultry. World Poultry , Special Supplement Coccidiosis 3, 26-27
105. 1999 Babesia canis canis, Babesia canis vogeli, Babesia canis rossi: Differentiation of the three subspecies by a restriction fragment length polymorphism on amplified small subunit ribosomal RNA genes. J. Eukaryotic Microbiology 46, 298-303
106. 1999 Characterization and molecular cloning of an adenosine kinase from Babesia canis rossi. Eur. J. Biochemistry 265, 1015-1021
107. 1999 Molecular cloning and sequencing of the cDNA for dog interleukin-4 Immunogenetics 49, 142-143
108. 1999 Can Babesia infections be used as a model for cerebral malaria? Parasitology Today 15, 492-497
109. 1999 Vaccination against Eimeria tenella infection using a fraction of E. tenella sporozoites selected by the capacity to activate T cells International Journal for Parasitology 29, 1231-1240
110. 1998 Parasite localisation and dissemination in the Babesia-infected host. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 92, 513-519
111. 1998 les Babesioses Humaines Medicine Maladies Infectieuses 28, 363-366.
112. 1998 Human Babesiosis. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 92, 489-501
113. 1997 Vaccination of dogs against Babesia canis. Veterinary Parasi­tology 73, 35-41
114. 1997 Characterization of phenotype related responsiveness of peripheral blood lymphocytes from Eimeria tenella infected chickens. Parasite Immunology 19, 563-569
115. 1997 Pe­rip­h­eral blood lymphocytes from Eimeria tenella infected chickens produce gamma-interferon after stimulation in vitro Parasite Immunology 19, 127-135
116. 1997 Different Babesia canis isolates, different diseases. Parasitology 115,485-493
117. 1996 Vaccines against protozoal diseases of veterinary importance. FEMS Immunology and Medical Microbiology 15, 61-72
118. 1996 Vaccination of dogs with soluble babesia canis antigens derived from in vitro culture is strain specific. In: New Dimensions in Parasitology: keynote papers from the VIII International Congres of Parasitology; Acta Parasitologica Turcica 1996: Sup. 1, 543-550
119. 1996 Sequestration or proliferation? Parasitology Today 12 (2), 84
120. 1996 Not peripheral parasitaemia but the level of soluble parasite antigen in plasma corre­lates with vaccine efficacy against Babesia canis Parasite Immunology 18, 1-6
121. 1996 Vaccinontwikkeling vanuit een commercieel oogpunt. Dier en Arts 7, 263-271
122. 1995 Vaccines against babesiosis using soluble pa­ra­site antigens. Parasitology Today, 11 (12) 456-462
123. 1995 Vaccine development from a commercial point of view Veterinary Parasitology, 57: 267-275
124. 1995 Strain variation limits pr­o­tec­tive act­iv­ity of va­c­cines based on soluble Babesia canis antigens Parasite Immu­nology 17: 215-218
125. 1994 Vaccination of dogs against Babesia canis infection using antigen from culture supernatant with an emphasis on clinical babesiosis Veterinary Parasitology, 52: 219-233
126. 1992 Vaccination of dogs against Babesia canis infection using parasite antigens derived from in vitro culture. Parasite Immunology 14: 295-305
127. 1990 Is er een toekomst voor vaccins tegen maag-darm wormen? Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 115, 23, 1102-1111
128. 1989 Immunological aspects of cerebral lesions in murine malaria Clinical Experimental Immunology 75, 136-140
129. 1989 Protective and pathological activity in serum of mice developing resistance to Plasmodium berghei infection Parasite Immunology 11, 413-423
130. 1989 A protective activity of physiological erythrophilic antibody in murine malaria infection and immunity Scandinavian Journal of Immunology 30, 655-659
131. 1989 Cerebral lesions in Plasmodium berghei infected mice are the result of an immunopathological reaction Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 83 (supple­ment): 103-104
132. 1989 Impaired immunoresponsiveness in Plasmodium berghei immune mice Parasite Immunology 11, 519-528
133. 1989 Host diet in experimental rodent malaria: a variable which can compromise experimental design and interpretation Parasitology 98, 175-177
134. 1988 Plasmodium berghei in de muis: een parasiet-gastheer model Biovisie 68, 58-59
135. 1988 Stage-specific proteins of Plasmodium berghei-infected red blood cells detected by antibodies of immune mouse serum Parasitology Research 75, 69-72
136. 1988 Selective depletion of immunoglobulin isotypes after decomplementation of mouse sera by heat treatment Journal of Immunological Methods 109, 193-197
137. 1986 Plasmodium berghei: Reduction of the mouse's lymphoproliferative response in relation to corticosterone and pregnancy Experimental Parasitology 62, 71-78
138. 1986 Plasmodium berghei: Relative immunogenicity of infected reticulocytes and infected oxyphilic red blood cells Experimental Parasitology 62, 322-328
139. 1986 Immune responses to erythrocytic malaria Clinics in Immunology and Allergy 6, 227-249
140. 1985 ACTH-dependent modulation of malaria immunity in mice Parasite Immunology 1, 107,-117
141. 1985 Interactions of Plasmodium berghei infected erythrocytes with complement Journal of Protozoology 32, 321-325
142. 1985 Glucocorticoiden als regulatoren van de immunologische communicatie tussen parasiet en gastheer Vakblad voor Biologen 17, 349-374
143. 1983 Schetters, Th.P.M., Van Run-Van Breda, J.H.J. & Eling, W.M.C. Cell Biology International Reports 7, 402
144. 1980 The BcVir dsRNA genetic element, a putative satellite dsRNA from Babesia canis, use a +1 frameshift mechanism to express proteins with RNA binding properties Molecular Microbiologie (in preparation) NA
145. 1980 In vitro anti-tumour activity of tumour necrosis serum, role of natural antibodies and complement In: Cancer Immunology and Parasite Immunology (Eds Israël L, Lagrange P & Salomon JC) INSERM 97, 223-230
146. 1980 In vitro anti-tumour ac­tiv­ity of tumour necrosis serum Int J Immunopharmacol 2, 95-100
147. 1980 Vaccination of calves with a recombinant Bd37C antigen reduces parasitaemia after a Babesia divergens challenge infection NA


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