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The rhoptry proteome of Eimeria tenella sporozoites

Abstract:

Proteins derived from the rhoptry secretory organelles are crucial for the invasion and survival of apicomplexan parasites within host cells. The rhoptries are club-shaped organelles that contain two distinct subpopulations of proteins that localise to separate compartments of the organelle. Proteins from the neck region (rhoptry neck proteins, RON) are secreted early in invasion and a subset of these is critical for the formation and function of the moving junction between parasite and host ...

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Journal:
International Journal for Parasitology
Volume:
43
Issue:
2
Pages:
181-188
Publication date:
2013-02-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1879-0135
ISSN:
0020-7519
URN:
uuid:7e7f3f7a-9471-4777-97c1-e10fa02cf9ed
Source identifiers:
384960
Local pid:
pubs:384960
Language:
English
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