Dna Encoding A Cell Membrane Glycoprotein Of A Tick Gut

Abstract

The invention relates to antigens derived from ticks and to their purification. It also relates to genes encoding such antigens and to their cloning and expression from recombinant DNA molecules. Further, the invention describes the use of purified antigens and recombinant expression products having similar biological activity to those purified antigens to provide vaccines to protect cattle against tick infestation.


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  • Publication: Dec 24, 1996
  • Application: Oct 19, 1994
    US US 32507194 A
  • Priority: Oct 19, 1994
    US US 32507194 A
  • Priority: May 17, 1993
    US US 6210993 A
  • Priority: Aug 7, 1992
    US US 92636892 A
  • Priority: Jul 6, 1988
    US US 24219688 A
  • Priority: Nov 27, 1987
    AU AU 2001/087004 W
  • Priority: Oct 16, 1987
    AU AU PI491287 A
  • Priority: Jun 19, 1987
    AU AU PI257087 A
  • Priority: Nov 27, 1986
    AU AU PH919686 A

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