Daniel is a PhD student working on casein kinase 1 protein of the parasite Leishmania donovani. His PhD aims at studying CK1 localization and function for the parasite and discovering CK1 mechanisms of export and the resulting effect on the host cell. He followed the Microbiology course of the Institut Pasteur during his Master degree in 2014 and joined our lab in December 2014 for 6 month internship. He started his PhD in October 2015 funded by a LabEx IBEID fellowship.
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ANR TranSig – Trans-signalling: A novel mechanism of Leishmania host cell immune evasion through the release of parasite signalling proteins
Najma Rachidi (PI)
Intracellular parasitism is a major hallmark of the most successful and deadly human pathogens. This microbial survival strategy is especially devastating if immune cells are exploited as hosts. Here we propose to use the […]