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Malaria Parasite Survival Depends on Conserved Binding Peptides' Critical Biological Functions

Current Issues in Molecular Biology

Sep 1, 2015

Manuel E PatarroyoManuel A Patarroyo

PMID: 26317369

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Biochemical, structural and single amino acid level analysis of 49 Plasmodium falciparum protein regions (13 sporozoite and 36 merozoite proteins) has highlighted the functional role of each conserved high activity binding peptide (cHABP) in cell host-microbe interaction, involving biol...read more

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Host-Parasite Interactions
Malaria Vaccines
Motility
Interaction With Host
Malaria
Malaria, Falciparum
Antimalarials
Parasites
Plasmodium falciparum
Protozoan Proteins
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Malaria Parasite Survival Depends on Conserved Binding Peptides' Critical Biological Functions

Current Issues in Molecular Biology

Sep 1, 2015

Manuel E PatarroyoManuel A Patarroyo

PMID: 26317369

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Abstract

Biochemical, structural and single amino acid level analysis of 49 Plasmodium falciparum protein regions (13 sporozoite and 36 merozoite proteins) has highlighted the functional role of each conserved high activity binding peptide (cHABP) in cell host-microbe interaction, involving biol...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Host-Parasite Interactions
Malaria Vaccines
Motility
Interaction With Host
Malaria
Malaria, Falciparum
Antimalarials
Parasites
Plasmodium falciparum
Protozoan Proteins
1
28

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