Amisha Singh

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Malaria is one of the most infectious diseases in the world. Plasmodium vivax, the pathogen causing endemic malaria in humans worldwide, is responsible for extensive disease morbidity. Due to the emergence of resistance to common anti-malarial drugs, there is a continuous need to develop a new class of drugs for this pathogen. P. vivax cysteine protease,(More)
Aquaporins (AQPs) are membrane channel proteins which facilitate the rapid transport of water across cellular membrane and are of fundamental importance to the control of cell volume and transcellular water traffic. In the present study using bioinformatic tools an in silico modeling and analysis of aquaporin protein sequences of catfish Heteropneustes(More)
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