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Sami Lakhal

Sami Lakhal
Sami Lakhal
Biologist Researcher
The Veterinary Research Institute of Tunisia
Tunisia

Biography

Sami Lakhal has completed his PhD in Biology at the age of 33 years from University of Science of Tunis and Postdoctoral studies from Pasteur Institute of Tunis. He has published 8 papers in reputed international peer review journals and one international patent. As a resident in Tunisia where both dermotropic and viscerotropic Leishmania species were shown to perpetuate through blood feeding phlebotomine flies and mammals-such as wild rodents, canids and human beings-, over the last twenty years, the Leishmania genus became the single-celled eukaryotic parasite which first triggered my training period as a researcher. More recently, within a team committed to unveil those dominant factors that could concur to the spread of arboviruses otherwise known to perpetuate in zoophilic blood-feeding Culex spp and their non-human vertebrate blood donors, He become curious upon more fundamental studies such as the ones conducted in your team.

Research Interest

 Epidemiology, Virology, Parasitology, Immunology

Publications

Sera of Human Beings Hosting Durably Viscerotropic Leishmania Species Display Histones- Binding Immunoglobulins: A Feature To Consider When Probing Signatures of Auto-Reactivity?

Sami Lakhal and Abdelhak Ben Younes
Commentary: J Clin Cell Immunol 2016, 7: 390
DOI: 10.4172/2155-9899.1000390
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