Dennis O Gor

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Proteases appear to be required for critical events in the erythrocytic life cycle of malaria parasites, including the rupture of erythrocytes by mature schizonts and the subsequent invasion of erythrocytes by daughter merozoites [1,2]. This conclusion is supported by studies showing that parasite rupture and invasion of erythrocytes are inhibited by serine(More)
BACKGROUND B lymphocyte stimulator (BLyS) is a member of the tumor necrosis factor superfamily of ligands that mediates its action through three known receptors. BLyS has been shown to enhance the production of antibodies against heterologous antigens when present at elevated concentrations, supporting an immunostimulatory role for BLyS in vivo. METHODS(More)
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