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The transferrin receptor of Trypanosoma brucei is constructed with N-terminal domains of the variant surface glycoprotein and the ligand binding site corresponds to the most exposed surface loops of the VSG which exhibit the trypanosome variant epitopes



The transferrin receptor of Trypanosoma brucei is constructed with N-terminal domains of the variant surface glycoprotein and the ligand binding site corresponds to the most exposed surface loops of the VSG which exhibit the trypanosome variant epitopes



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