Published in Anti-Infectives Week, October 31st, 2005
"As the malarial parasite P. falciparum develops inside the erythrocyte, parasite-derived membrane structures, referred to as Maurer clefts, play an important role in parasite development by delivering parasite proteins to the host cell surface, and participating in the assembly of the cytoadherence complex, essential for the pathogenesis of cerebral malaria," wrote T. Blisnick and colleagues, Unite de Biologie...
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