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A malaria parasite-encoded vacuolar H(+)-ATPase is targeted to the host erythrocyte

A malaria parasite-encoded vacuolar H(+)-ATPase is targeted to the host erythrocyte

Journal of Biological Chemistry 280(44): 36841-7

The asexual development of malaria parasites inside the erythrocyte is accompanied by changes in the composition, structure, and function of the host cell membrane and cytoplasm. The parasite exports a membrane network into the host cytoplasm and several proteins that are inserted into the erythrocyte membrane, although none of these proteins has been shown to have enzymatic activity.

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Accession: 004391768

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PMID: 16135514

DOI: 10.1074/jbc.m507727200

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