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Table 1 Examples of recent secretome data for major pathogens

From: Secretome: clues into pathogen infection and clinical applications

Pathogen Principal host Disease Approach used Reference
Bacteria     
   Listeria monocytogenes Human Listeriosis Proteomics and bioinformatics Trost et al. [39]
   Mycobacterium immunogenum Human Hypersensitivity pneumonitis Proteomics and bioinformatics Gupta et al. [30]
   Helicobacter pylori Human Chronic gastric infection Proteomics and bioinformatics Löwer et al. [18]
   Legionella pneumophila Human Legionellosis Proteomics Galka et al. [40]
Helminths     
   Ancylostoma caninum Dog Hookworm disease Proteomics and bioinformatics Mulvenna et al. [41]
   Brugia malayi Human Lymphatic filariasis Proteomics and bioinformatics Hewitson et al. [42]; Moreno et al. [43]
   Ostertagia ostertagi Cattle Ostertagiasis Proteomics and bioinformatics Saverwyns et al. [44]
   Schistosoma mansoni Human Schistosomiasis Proteomics and bioinformatics Knudsen et al. [45]; Cass et al. [19]
   Teladorsagia circumcinta Sheep, goat Ostertagiasis Proteomics Craig et al. [46]
   Trichinella spiralis Mammals Trichinellosis Proteomics and bioinformatics Robinson et al. [47]
   Fasciola hepatica Cattle, sheep Fasciolosis Proteomics and bioinformatics Gourbal et al. [48], Robinson et al. [15]
   Meloidogyne incognita Plant Root-knot disease Proteomics and bioinformatics Bellafiore et al. [49]
Protozoa     
   Plasmodium falciparum Human Malaria Proteomics and bioinformatics van Ooij et al. [17]
   Leishmania donovani Human, rat, canids, hyraxes Leishmaniasis Proteomics and bioinformatics Silverman et al. [11]
Fungi     
   Penicillium citrinum Human Allergic reactions Proteomics Chiu et al. [50]
   Magnaporthe grisea Plant Blast disease Proteomics Kim et al. [51]
Viruses     
   Dengue virus Human Dengue hemorrhagic fever Proteomics and bioinformatics Higa et al. [12]