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Protein p126: a parasitophorous vacuole antigen associated with the release of Plasmodium falciparum merozoites

Biology of the Cell

Jan 1, 1988

Patrick DelplaceBernard Fortier

PMID: 3067800

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The p126 protein is synthesized by P. falciparum between the 32nd and the 36th hour of the erythrocytic cycle, and is localized in the parasitophorous vacuole. It is processed when schizonts rupture and the major fragments (50, 47 and 18 kDa), which are released into culture supernatant...read more

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Leupeptin
Monoclonal antibodies, antineoplastic
Proteolytic Enzyme
Supernatant
Malaria
ST5 wt Allele
Trypsin
Electron Microscopy
Genus Saimiri
Antigens, Protozoan
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Protein p126: a parasitophorous vacuole antigen associated with the release of Plasmodium falciparum merozoites

Biology of the Cell

Jan 1, 1988

Patrick DelplaceBernard Fortier

PMID: 3067800

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The p126 protein is synthesized by P. falciparum between the 32nd and the 36th hour of the erythrocytic cycle, and is localized in the parasitophorous vacuole. It is processed when schizonts rupture and the major fragments (50, 47 and 18 kDa), which are released into culture supernatant...read more

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Leupeptin
Monoclonal antibodies, antineoplastic
Proteolytic Enzyme
Supernatant
Malaria

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