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issn:1757-594
1.  Do apicomplexan parasite-encoded proteins act as both ligands and receptors during host cell invasion? 
Apicomplexan parasites are responsible for a wide range of diseases in animals, including humans, in whom Plasmodium species cause the devastating disease malaria. Several recent discoveries now indicate that these intracellular parasites may use a conserved mechanism to infect their host cells by using parasite-encoded proteins as both parasite ligands and receptors anchored to the host cells.
doi:10.3410/B1-64
PMCID: PMC2832315  PMID: 20209017
2.  Do apicomplexan parasite-encoded proteins act as both ligands and receptors during host cell invasion? 
Apicomplexan parasites are responsible for a wide range of diseases in animals, including humans, in whom Plasmodium species cause the devastating disease malaria. Several recent discoveries now indicate that these intracellular parasites may use a conserved mechanism to infect their host cells by using parasite-encoded proteins as both parasite ligands and receptors anchored to the host cells.
doi:10.3410/B1-64
PMCID: PMC2832315  PMID: 20209017

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