Table 1.

Total parasite proteins identified in LieEVs using in-gel digestion approach for mass spectrometry.

Parasite proteins in LieEVs (In Gel approach)
Identified proteinsAccession number
40S ribosomal protein S18, putativeLdBPK_360990.1.1
ATP-dependent RNA helicase, putativeLdBPK_354080.1.1
Calpain-like cysteine peptidase, putativeE9BET4_LEIDB
DNA repair and recombination protein RAD54, putativeLdBPK_240770.1.1
DNA-directed RNA polymerase II subunit 2, putativeLdBPK_310170.1.1
Dynein heavy chain (pseudogene), putativeLdBPK_272460.1.1
Dynein heavy chain, putativeLdBPK_343990.1.1
Hypothetical protein, conservedLdBPK_060690.1.1
Hypothetical protein, conservedLdBPK_171000.1.1
Hypothetical protein, conservedLdBPK_343350.1.1
Hypothetical protein, conservedLdBPK_341580.1.1
Hypothetical protein, conservedLdBPK_364360.1.1
Hypothetical protein, conservedLdBPK_041100.1.1
Hypothetical protein, unknown functionLdBPK_161290.1.1
Hypothetical protein, unknown functionLdBPK_333050.1.1
Inner arm dynein 5-1LdBPK_261000.1.1
Kinesin, putativeLdBPK_190700.1.1
Nucleoside transporter 1, putativeE9BTR3_LEIDB
Plasma membrane ATPaseE9BDY2_LEIDB
Proteasome regulatory non-ATPase subunit, putativeLdBPK_321260.1.1
Protein kinase, putativeLdBPK_200970.1.1
Protein kinase, putativeLdBPK_190590.1.1
Ubiquitin ligase, putativeLdBPK_090790.1.1
  • TritrypDB ID and protein name are shown. Proteins with a minimum protein identification probability of 95% and two minimum peptides are shown. P-values were calculated using the Fisher exact test and spectral counts for four biological replicates (LieEV n = 4), where a minimum P-value was 0.05.