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  • Hanssen, Eric; Baum, Jake; Riglar, David; Rogers, Kelly; Cowman, Alan; Bullen, Hayley; Charnaud, Sarah; Przyborski, Jude; Gilson, Paul; Crabb, Brendan; Turnbull, Lynne; Whitchurch, Cynthia (Nature Publishing Group, 2013)
    Export of proteins into the infected erythrocyte is critical for malaria parasite survival. The majority of effector proteins are thought to export via a proteinaceous translocon, resident in the parasitophorous vacuole ...
  • Rogers, Kelly; Hanssen, Eric; Turnbull, Lynne; Bullen, Hayley; Charnaud, Sarah; Przyborski, Jude; Gilson, Paul; Whitchurch, Cynthia; Crabb, Brendan; Baum, Jake; Cowman, Alan; Riglar, David (Nature Publishing Group, 2013)
    Export of proteins into the infected erythrocyte is critical for malaria parasite survival. The majority of effector proteins are thought to export via a proteinaceous translocon, resident in the parasitophorous vacuole ...
  • Richard, Dave; Boyle, Michelle; Wilson, Danny; Angrisano, Fiona; Turnbull, Lynne; Whitchurch, Cynthia; Cowman, Alan; Beeson, James; Ralph, Stuart; Baum, Jake; Riglar, David (BioMed Central, 2010)
    A critical step in establishing malaria parasite infection is the ability of the blood stage merozoite to invade erythrocytes. However, much of our understanding about the cell biology of this process has remained unchanged ...
  • Richard, Dave; Wilson, Danny; Martin, Boyle; Dekiwadia, Chaitali; Turnbull, Lynne; Angrisano, Fiona; Marapana, Danushka; Rogers, Kelly; Whitchurch, Cynthia; Beeson, James; Cowman, Alan; Ralph, Stuart; Baum, Jake; Riglar, David (Cell Press, 2011)
    Erythrocyte invasion by the merozoite is an obligatory stage in Plasmodium parasite infection and essential to malaria disease progression. Attempts to study this process have been hindered by the poor invasion synchrony ...