PMID: 7041976Apr 23, 1982Paper

Alterations in membrane permeability of malaria-infected human erythrocytes are related to the growth stage of the parasite

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta
S KutnerZ I Cabantchik

Abstract

During the intraerythrocytic growth of Plasmodium falciparum in culture, marked changes are observed in the permeability properties of the host cell membrane. Anionic substances otherwise impermeant to normal cells, become highly permeant to infected cells. These changes in permeability become apparent as rings mature into trophozoites and remain throughout schizogony. The permeability changes to anionic substances are not manifested as degradation of band 3, the purported erythrocyte anion transporter. They probably reflect alterations of a more general nature.

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