PMID: 3897860Aug 1, 1985Paper

Protein variation in clones of Plasmodium falciparum detected by two dimensional electrophoresis

Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology
B FentonD Walliker


Two dimensional electrophoresis has been used to examine protein variation in clones of two Plasmodium falciparum isolates. Variant forms of 12 proteins were detected. Five genetically distinct parasite types were identified in one isolate, and two in the second isolate. Examination of uncloned parasites using this technique showed that the frequency of each genotype altered during six months of culture.


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