2002 - Fellow, The World Academy of Sciences
His scientific interests lie mostly in Trypanosoma cruzi, Biochemistry, Glycoprotein, Molecular biology and Sialic acid. His Trypanosoma cruzi research incorporates elements of Cell, Antigen, Microbiology and Cell biology. Walter Colli interconnects Epitope and Protozoa in the investigation of issues within Biochemistry.
The concepts of his Glycoprotein study are interwoven with issues in Trypanosomatina, Antiserum, Galactose and Metabolic pathway. His research in Molecular biology intersects with topics in Oxidative stress, Cell growth, Laminin, Concanavalin A and Affinity chromatography. The various areas that Walter Colli examines in his Sialic acid study include Vero cell, Interaction with host, Order Kinetoplastida and Virology.
His primary areas of study are Trypanosoma cruzi, Biochemistry, Glycoprotein, Molecular biology and Microbiology. His Trypanosoma cruzi research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Chagas disease, Virology, Antigen, Cell biology and Antibody. Walter Colli works mostly in the field of Cell biology, limiting it down to topics relating to Receptor and, in certain cases, Binding site.
His work is connected to Enzyme, Glycolipid, Galactose, Fatty acid and Palmitic acid, as a part of Biochemistry. His study explores the link between Glycoprotein and topics such as Laminin that cross with problems in Ligand. As part of the same scientific family, Walter Colli usually focuses on Molecular biology, concentrating on Ribosomal RNA and intersecting with 5.8S ribosomal RNA.
His primary scientific interests are in Trypanosoma cruzi, Cell biology, Biochemistry, Glycoprotein and Chagas disease. His studies deal with areas such as Virology, Microbiology, Signal transduction and Antibody, Phage display as well as Trypanosoma cruzi. His research in Cell biology tackles topics such as Virulence which are related to areas like Cellular metabolism.
His Glycoprotein study combines topics in areas such as Receptor, Mucin and Conserved sequence. His work in Chagas disease tackles topics such as Trypanosomiasis which are related to areas like Kinetoplastida and FOXP3. His work focuses on many connections between Fibronectin and other disciplines, such as Laminin, that overlap with his field of interest in Molecular biology.
Walter Colli mostly deals with Trypanosoma cruzi, Cell biology, Microbiology, Chagas disease and Glycoprotein. The Trypanosoma cruzi study combines topics in areas such as Molecular biology, Glycosome and Intracellular. His work investigates the relationship between Cell biology and topics such as Virulence that intersect with problems in Plasma protein binding, Virology, Sialidase and Phage display.
His research integrates issues of Immune system, Immunology and Vesicle in his study of Microbiology. Walter Colli has researched Chagas disease in several fields, including Trypanosomiasis, Proteomics and N-linked glycosylation, Glycan. His Glycoprotein research includes elements of Heparan sulfate, Cell, Receptor, Cell adhesion molecule and Extracellular matrix.
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Galactofuranose-containing glycoconjugates in trypanosomatids
R M de Lederkremer;W Colli.
Adhesion and interiorization of Trypanosoma cruzi in mammalian cells.
Norma W. Andrews;Walter Colli.
Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology (1982)
In vitro selection of RNA aptamers that bind to cell adhesion receptors of Trypanosoma cruzi and inhibit cell invasion.
Henning Ulrich;Margaret H. Magdesian;Maria Júlia M. Alves;Walter Colli.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2002)
Trans-sialidase: a unique enzyme activity discovered in the protozoan Trypanosoma cruzi.
The FASEB Journal (1993)
Trypanosoma cruzi: parasite shed vesicles increase heart parasitism and generate an intense inflammatory response.
Ana Claudia Trocoli Torrecilhas;Renata Rosito Tonelli;Wander Rogério Pavanelli;João Santana da Silva.
Microbes and Infection (2009)
Trypanosoma cruzi: Shedding of surface antigens as membrane vesicles
Marinei F. Gonçalves;Eufrosina S. Umezawa;Alejandro M. Katzin;Wanderley de Souza.
Experimental Parasitology (1991)
Partial inhibition of trypomastigote entry into cultured mammalian cells by monoclonal antibodies against a surface glycoprotein of Trypanosoma cruzi.
Maria Julia Manso Alves;Grace Abuin;Vera Y. Kuwajima;Walter Colli.
Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology (1986)
Infection by Trypanosoma cruzi. Identification of a parasite ligand and its host cell receptor.
Margaret H. Magdesian;Ricardo Giordano;Henning Ulrich;Maria Aparecida Juliano.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2001)
Cloning of a surface membrane glycoprotein specific for the infective form of Trypanosoma cruzi having adhesive properties to laminin.
Ricardo Giordano;David L. Fouts;Devansu Tewari;Walter Colli.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1999)
Trypanosoma cruzi: characterization of an intracellular epimastigote-like form.
M. Almeida-de-Faria;E. Freymüller;W. Colli;M.J.M. Alves.
Experimental Parasitology (1999)
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