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General Reading
Brener, Z. Biology of Trypanosoma cruzi . Annu. Rev. Microbiol 27:347-383, 1973.

Antoine JC, Prina E, Lang T, Courret N. The biogenesis and properties of the parasitophorous vacuoles that harbour Leishmania in murine macrophages. Trends Microbiol. 6: 392-401, 1998.

Sacks D, Kamhawi S. Molecular aspects of parasite-vector and vector-host interactions in leishmaniasis. Annu Rev Microbiol. 55: 453-483, 2001.

Andrade, L. O. and Andrews, N. W. The Trypanosoma cruzi -host cell interplay: Location, invasion, retention. Nature Reviews Microbiology 3: 819-823, 2005.

Andrews, N. W. Lysosomes and the plasma membrane: trypanosomes reveal a secret relationship. J. Cell Biol. 158: 389-394, 2002.

Additional Reading
Tardieux, I., Webster, P., Ravesloot, J., Boron, W., Lunn, J. A., Heuser, J. and Andrews, N. W. Lysosome recruitment and fusion are early events required for trypanosome invasion of mammalian cells. Cell 71: 1117-1130, 1992.

Martinez, I., Chakrabarti, S., Hellevik, T., Morehead, J., Fowler, K. & Andrews, N. W. Synaptotagmin VII regulates Ca2+-dependent exocytosis of lysosomes in fibroblasts. J. Cell Biol. 148: 1141-1149, 2000.

Burleigh BA, Woolsey AM. Cell signalling and Trypanosoma cruzi invasion. Cell Microbiol. 4: 701-711, 2002.

Huynh, C, Sacks, D.L. and Andrews, N.W. A Leishmania amazonensis ZIP family iron transporter is essential for parasite replication within macrophage phagolysosomes. J. Exp. Med. 203: 2363-2375, 2006.