Increased levels of thiols protect antimony unresponsive Leishmania donovani field isolates against reactive oxygen species generated by trivalent antimony

G. Mandal, S. Wyllie, N. Singh, S. Sundar, A. H. Fairlamb, M. Chatterjee (Lead / Corresponding author)

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