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The epitope of a protective monoclonal antibody occurs in a region of microheterogeneity in Plasmodium chabaudi


, : The epitope of a protective monoclonal antibody occurs in a region of microheterogeneity in Plasmodium chabaudi. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 42(1): 153-154

The nucleotide sequence of the homologous region of the MSA1 (major merozoite surface antigen precursor) genes from P. chabaudi adami DK and P. chabaudi chabaudi CB is reported and compared with that in P. chabaudi adami DS. The alignment of the predicted protein sequence of this segment is given.

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DOI: 10.1016/0166-6851(90)90123-4

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