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Cell biological characterization of the malaria vaccine candidate trophozoite exported protein 1

PloS One

Oct 8, 2012

Caroline KulangaraIngrid Felger

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In a genome-wide screen for alpha-helical coiled coil motifs aiming at structurally defined vaccine candidates we identified PFF0165c. This protein is exported in the trophozoite stage and was named accordingly Trophozoite exported protein 1 (Tex1). In an extensive preclinical evaluatio...read more

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Soluble
Monoclonal antibodies, antineoplastic
Trafficking
Giemsa Stain Method
Gene Expression
Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction
Trizol
Phosphoglycerate Dehydrogenase Activity
Signal Peptides
Immunization Domain
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Cell biological characterization of the malaria vaccine candidate trophozoite exported protein 1

PloS One

Oct 8, 2012

Caroline KulangaraIngrid Felger

PMID: 23056243

DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0046112

Abstract

In a genome-wide screen for alpha-helical coiled coil motifs aiming at structurally defined vaccine candidates we identified PFF0165c. This protein is exported in the trophozoite stage and was named accordingly Trophozoite exported protein 1 (Tex1). In an extensive preclinical evaluatio...read more

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Soluble
Monoclonal antibodies, antineoplastic
Trafficking
Giemsa Stain Method
Gene Expression
1
1
28

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