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Scientists discover new set of channels that link deadliest malaria parasite and blood cells

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Researchers at the National Institutes of Health and other institutions have discovered another set of pore-like holes, or channels, traversing the membrane-bound sac that encloses...
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Tomocube holotomography microscopy reveals novel cholesterol membrane transport system in erythrocytes infected with fatal malaria parasite

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The first study to elucidate the dynamics of membrane cholesterol transport in erythrocytes has been successfully concluded using holotomography microscopy. Source link...
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Scientists identify molecules capable of inhibiting DNA methylation, effectively killing malaria parasites

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Parasites in the genus Plasmodium, which cause malaria, are transmitted to humans through bites from infected mosquitoes. Source link...
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Phosphorylation of the VAR2CSA extracellular region is associated with enhanced adhesive properties to the placental receptor CSA

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by Dominique Dorin-Semblat, Marilou Tétard, Aurélie Claës, Jean-Philippe Semblat, Sébastien Dechavanne, Zaineb Fourati, Romain Hamelin, Florence Armand, Graziella Matesic, Sofia Nunes-Silva, Anand Srivastava, Stéphane Gangnard,...
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Phosphodiesterase beta is the master regulator of cAMP signalling during malaria parasite invasion

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by Christian Flueck, Laura G. Drought, Andrew Jones, Avnish Patel, Abigail J. Perrin, Eloise M. Walker, Stephanie D. Nofal, Ambrosius P. Snijders, Michael J. Blackman,...

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